After finishing the front of your embroidery hoop art, you will need to finish the back. This is a simple project that will only take you about 15 minutes to complete. After you finish the back of your embroidery hoop art, you will be able to hang it on your wall.
Method 1: Gluing the fabric
Use hot-glue to finish the back of your embroidery hoop art. If you have trouble using hot glue, it is useful to have tweezers available to help place the hot glue on the back of your embroidery hoop art.
- Start by applying hot glue to the back of your embroidery hoop art.
- Lightly apply glue to the back of the fabric.
- Stick the fabric to the back of your embroidery hoop art.
- Apply additional glue to the back of your embroidery hoop art to make sure your fabric is secure.
- Let it dry.
You are done!
Method 2: Cinching the fabric
It is easy to make an embroidery hoop art fabric cinching project if you use fabric that has already been stretched around the hoop. If you want to make a fabric cinching project, you can make your own fabric hoop art if you use the following steps:
- Measure the length of the stretched fabric that you want to use.
- Measure the circumference of the embroidery hoop.
- Measure how much fabric you need to make the fabric cinching project.
- Tie a double knot at one end of the six-strand embroidery floss.
- Turn the stretched hoop art over so that you are looking at its back.
- You will be stitching a running stitch around the edge of the overhanging fabric.
- Whenever you have sewed around the overhanging texture and got back to where you previously embedded your needle, pull the string tight to draw the texture as near one another as could be expected, and fasten through the texture a couple of times in a single spot to support your endpoint. Then, at that point, you can cut off your additional floss.
Your work is ready for display.
Finishing the back of your embroidery hoop art is a simple way to add a finishing touch to your embroidery hoop art. You can use a hot glue gun or an elastic band to cinch the fabric. Use a hot glue gun if you are a beginner. Use an elastic band if you prefer a cinch method or if you like the look of wrinkles on the back of your embroidery hoop art.