Embroidery hoop or (earlier) Tambour frame consists of a pair of concentric circular rings. The larger ring has a tightening device, usually in the form of a metal screw. You re positioning the hoop as needed when working over a large piece of fabric. Embroidery hoops come in various sizes and are generally small enough to control with one hand and rest in the lap. Hoops were originally made of wood, bone and ivory modern hoops are made of wood or plastic.
We sell in a wide selection of sizes which have been machine made. With an inner and outer ring to hold your work while working or displaying. Sold from 3 to 10 inch width.
Ideal for patchwork, quilting, sewing and embroidery projects. Much deeper than a standard embroidery hoop, these are designed to withstand lots of layers of fabric. Hold fabric taut for cross stitch and embroidery projects.
Round wooden embroidery hoops, available in 3″, 4″, 5″, 6″ and 7″ sizes with brass fittings. Perfect to maintain tension during stitching projects or frame them for the wall.
A hint about keeping your work clean when not working on it is to place a shower cap over the work.
The hoop adjustable a metal screw. which can be tighten by a small screwdriver, but don’t over tighten it. 8-9 mm thickness.