Tutorial + How-to embroidery-hoop-spider-web

Published on October 19th, 2012 | by Bonnie Getchell

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Embroidery Hoop Spider Web!

Embroidery Hoop Spider Web

Remember my embroidery hoop pumpkins? Well, they inspired me to make more embroidery hoop decorations for Halloween! Here’s how you can make your own embroidery hoop spider web:

What You Will Need:

1. Embroidery hoop

2. Twine. To make this project even more eco-friendly, consider using hemp twine.

3. Bottle cap

4. Toilet paper roll or other thin cardboard

5. Hot glue/hot glue gun

6. Scissors

7. Black permanent marker

8. Junk mail envelope or other white recycled paper

How To Do It:

1. Wrap your twine around the inside hoop of your embroidery hoop. I made a knot at the beginning and at the end to keep it in place. Then, put the hoops back together. Once you’re finished it should look like this:

Embroidery Hoop Spider Web

Side note: Later on in the project, I decided to color my twine with my black permanent marker because I didn’t like all of the neutrals. I would color your twine before you wrap it, if you decide to do it that way. You could just buy black twine, but this twine is all I had on hand.

2. Color your bottle cap black with your permanent marker. This will become the body of your spider.

3. Cut out your spider’s “legs” from your toilet paper roll or other cardboard. Then, color them black as well.

4. Make a small flap at the top of the cardboard and hot glue the flap to the bottle cap.

Embroidery Hoop Spider Web

5. Hot glue your spider to your twine.

Optional: Add eyes to your spider using a small part of a junk mail envelope. I cut out small circles from the envelope and then added a black dot to the center of each one for the spider’s eyes!

Embroidery Hoop Spider Web

Now you have an adorable (and a little scary) spider web for Halloween! I appreciate the fact that it’s tasteful Halloween decor, too! What do you think? Would you make this for your Halloween decor? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!


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Hello! I'm Bonnie -- a craft nerd, musician, writer, furniture and vintage lover, crafter, and diyer! If you would like to learn more about me, I also have my own blog, Revolutionaries, where I write about more craft projects, furniture redos, and my faith! You can also find me on , Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.



2 Responses to Embroidery Hoop Spider Web!

  1. Laura Conklin says:

    This is a such a cute idea for Halloween. I am always amazed at all the wonderful craft ideas you come up with to reuse and recycle. Thanks for this great blog and keep up the good work!

  2. Candy says:

    Too cute!!

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