Winter Snowman Hoop Art

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By Guest Blogger Maria Mercedes

Painted Snowman Hoop Art



Hoop and Curtain

Iron fabric if necessary. Place fabric in the hoop and pull tight.  Cut fabric at least 2 inches wider than hoop.


Take the fabric out of the embroidery hoop to paint.  Place pattern underneath the sheer fabric, tape it down and trace. Paint the snowman white, scarf light blue, nose orange and twigs brown. Let dry. More than one coat of paint may be necessary.

Use the black maker to finish off the eyes, smile and buttons and red pastel stick with a brush to color in the cheeks.

Winter Snowman Hoop Art

After all the painting has dried, place sheer curtain back in the embroidery hoop. Turn to wrong side, Trim fabric to edge of hoop and run a small line of glue around the inside hoop.
 Press fabric into glue, all the way around. Allow it to dry.

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One thought on “Winter Snowman Hoop Art

  1. Nathalie S.

    “A friend of my is using sheer material” like till sheer fabric,to do a light quilt by applique square quilt sew on it; to be decorating
    curtain division long care…
    senior felicity residence.
    Also it reversable, she pin photos to
    the order.Very cool tip with the dryer sheet! any kind work
    is collected after use and make some row
    to help anti slipping sheer during the sewing

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