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Recycle embroidery hoops and an old scarf to make a new and stylish bag for the summer!
Here's what you need: -Scarf -Embroidery Hoop -Hemp twine -Glue gun and Hot glue sticks -Thread, tape measure, sewing machine, pins, scissors
Separate your hoops so that you have two and tighten the one with the screw as small as it will go. (I'm using 10" (25.5cm) hoops, but you ...
Run a bit of hot glue down the centre of your hoop and start wrapping your hemp cording around it.
In very small sections, add a bit of hot glue to the inside of your hoop, and wrap the hemp cording tightly around. Keep the glue on the ...
Fold your scarf in half and then fold the long edges over about 2.5" and press.
Now, most patterns will tell you to sew your sides first, but if you do that you'll have a very difficult time sewing your circular handles onto your ...
Sew each edge down, keeping your hoops to the left of the sewing machine and far away from your needle.
OK, now you can you sew your sides together. With right sides together, sew your scarf together, leaving approximately 4" at the top separated. If you go too ...
Remember one of your hoops has a little closure on it, so slide it around until it's hidden inside your fabric. Guess what...That's it! You've got yourself a ...
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