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    I have seen people do this with wooden frames too..and it looks nice also. I do like the "round" look...it looks like giant polka dots!

    Another thing to look for at garage sales.....

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    Great idea and when you get tired of those fabrics it would be easy to change.

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    With all the gorgeous fabric available
    today this is a fine idea to showcase.

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    what a great idea..however there isn't a wall in the world big enough for all MY favorite fabrics!! LOL

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    awsome idea thanks for sharing

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    THANKS for posting! I have a huge selection of all sizes of hoops! Whooooohooo! Clever!

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    that is just to cool. i really like that. I have one I can use..lol..i will have to remember this when I am yard selling

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    Thank you for sharing such a neat idea!!!! I have some blank wall space in my sewing/family room and that will fit in perfectly!!!

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    Great idea. That is potentially suitable for any room really. I think in a little child's bedroom with a theme in mind would be adorable, or a master bedroom with a particular color scheme could look gorgeous.

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    Fabulous Idea! Ihave many hoops just looking for a use ( left overs from the country craze).

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    OMG! When I did some early spring cleaning of my sewing cabinets, I pulled out the embroidery hoops I no longer use (have an Ellegante, no more hand-embroidery for me) and put them in the huge pile of rummage sale stuff in the garage. Going to pull them back out. I now have an empty wall where the peg board for my templates and rulers went as I now have another room dedicated to ironing and cutting. (Thanks to the ever-supporting DH). This wall will now be dedicated to hoops of smaller blocks I have done. Thanks for the idea and pics! Hugs sent to you!

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    What a great idea! I love it!

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    What a clever idea. Thanks for sharing. Like several of the others said, I, too, have limited wall space, but what about if we only hang one or two and change the fabric from time to time? Say, winter fabric, spring, holiday, just because, etc. etc. That might be fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lori S
    Fabulous Idea! Ihave many hoops just looking for a use ( left overs from the country craze).
    Same here. I was wondering what to do with all my embroidery hoops b/c I don't hand embroidery anymore!

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    How clever I love this.

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    I have material I just CAN"T cut up!!! I'm stealing this idea.
    thank You so much for this idea :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    that's a great idea!

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    What a wonderful idea!!! I think I'll steal it. It might just dress up my kitchen. :)

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    Great Idea!!!

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    Beautiful! What a GREAT idea!!

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    oh wow!! thanks for the tip on that! i love it as well and am going to have to do the same thing!! thanks again!

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    Pretty!

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    That is cool!

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    aha - now I know what I can do with those hoops I unburied the other day. Thanks - looks great!

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    I have old wooden and metal hoops used by mother, grandmother, aunts that I wanted to keep but just put in a drawer. I will get them out and display some vintage or feedsack material in them. Thanks for the idea!

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