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Thread: Looking for in the hoop projects

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    Looking for in the hoop projects

    I love it here! It's my go to place for just about everything. Instead of quilts I've been making coin purses for my gds this year for Christmas and they were all done in the hoop. It was fun. Now I'd like to do more in the hoop projects. Do any of you have suggestions as to where to find fun stuff to do in the hoop? Thanks in advance for your wonderful help...by the way...I'm following Bonnie Hunters new mystery quilt, she'll be posting the clues soon. This one is suppose to be easier than her last one. Enjoy your day!
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    try swakembroidery.com.
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    my favorite one is Moose B Stitchin'
    http://moosebstitchin.net/
    Click on one of the categories on the left of the welcome screen.
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    Someone posted this link a few days ago. Hope it will be helpful.

    http://www.pieceinthehoop.com/shop/

    Here's another link.

    http://pinterest.com/angelady733/in-the-hoop-projects/
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    Oh, and SewForum .com also has ITH designs for free. Check that one out.

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    If you don't mind paying for designs you could have a look at A Stitch A Half, Embroidery Library or Stitch Delight.
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    Embroidery Garden has an adorable set of tea light covers one is a nativity set and then there are some for TG. Just downloaded them the other day and went shopping for some tea lights at the dollar store will make wonderful gifts for the office. Not affiliated in any way, just a happy customer!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ranger View Post
    Someone posted this link a few days ago. Hope it will be helpful.

    http://www.pieceinthehoop.com/shop/

    Here's another link.

    http://pinterest.com/angelady733/in-the-hoop-projects/
    I Think I was mistaken when I said the first link was given here on QB a few days ago.
    I believe that this is the link that was posted.
    http://www.queenofstitching.com/inde...he-hoop-videos
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    There are scissor cases, tissue holders, ornaments, emblibrary has quite a few
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