You know I’m all about hoop art projects so I had to make up a new one for Halloween! I’m sharing this fun Web BnB Halloween Embroidery hoop art today – and I have a free pattern for you!
This hoop is sweet and spooky mix of felt and fabric and the embroidery is all really simple. Even if you’ve never done embroidery before you can stitch this fun little spider hoop!
I love these quick hoop art projects – they’re so fun to change out for different seasons.
Here’s what you’ll need to make this fun Halloween Hoop:
Materials: (Contains affiliate links – which just means that I will receive a small amount of anything you purchase from this list – but it doesn’t affect your price at all!)
- 10″ square of white background fabric
- 8″ embroidery hoop
- Wool felt pieces – black, gray, rust and brown
- Coordinating DMC Embroidery floss
- HeatnBond Soft Stretch fusible webbing
- Transfer pen
- Hot Glue
- Web BNB Halloween Hoop Art Pattern
Start by tracing the web and the spiders strand and legs to the white background fabric. I used an iron on transfer pen but you can use whatever method works best for you!
Embroider the web and spider legs and strand with 3 strands of black embroidery floss using a back stitch. Here’s some handy embroidery tutorials if you need them.
Iron the heatnbond to the back side of the felt pieces. Cut out the tree, spider, ground and sign out of felt. If you are not using wool felt, make sure you use a pressing cloth when ironing, or you’ll have a not-so-fancy felt cover on the base of your iron.
Remove the paper backing on the fusible webbing and using the pattern as a guide, iron the felt pieces in place on the background.
Stitch around the felt pieces with coordinating thread using a running stitch. Embroider the lettering on the sign with a back stitch and the little spiders face using French Knots for the eyes and backstitch for the smile.
Trim the fabric around the hoop and finish off the back. Glue a bit of lace trim along the back so it peeks out over the edge of the hoop. Now you have a fun new Halloween hoop to show off!
I’d love to see a photo if you make one up!
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These are so cute! I don’t even decorate for Halloween, but I would hang these for sure. Of course I would have to get on the ball and make them first :)
Thanks for sharing!
The BnB is a cute idea! So many possibilities for other holidays. Pinning. I think I might attempt a Christmas version.
I love these so sweet thanks for sharing love your blog
Shelia Darlene Minor says
These are so cute this is such