- Embroidery hoop
- Fiskars roley fabric cutter thing or scissors
- Cutting mat (if using a roley cutter)
- Tape or hot glue sticks & gun
I just laid out the material and cut out a general rectangle around it. When cutting a lot of fabric up for things like quilts, those roley cutter things are fantastic! Please don't mind my random, weird name for it.
Then, I pulled apart the embroidery hoop and put the fabric in it. Got the screw back in, leaving it fairly loose. Then I pulled the fabric tight and tightened up the screw more. I did that a few times until everything was nice and tight.
After that, I cut off the big corners that were hanging there. For now, I have the fabric folded and taped into the inside of the embroidery hoop. I'm not sure how tight the fabric will stay, but if it all goes well, I plan on just hot gluing everything into place later on.
When it was all done, I just picked a pace on the wall where I wanted it to be. I hammered a nail into the wall and put it up to test the spot out.
Finally, I put on a couple pairs of earrings and that's it. It looks like it's a little crooked, I should fix that.