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Sticky Hoops Revealed

Sticky Hoops make odd-shaped and tricky-to-hoop items like slippers, ribbons, and plush animals easy to do!

Sticky Hoops are currently available in 5"x7" and 6"x10" sizes for Brother and Babylock machines. 

The crosshairs design that Eileen offered is available here.

And more detail on how to use it is in her blog: How to Apply Rulers on Snap Hoop Monster.

New Sticky Hoop sizes!
Eileen shows the following hoops: Viking/Pfaff 120x120, Bernina 145x25, Brother 5x7, Brother 4x4, 
Janome 500 &5003

  • Viking/Pfaff 120x120
  • Bernina 145x25
  • Brother 5x7
  • Brother 4x4
  • Janome 500 &5003


 

 

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Cindy S.

Is the machine bed going to get scratched up without foam on the back of the hoop?

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Kirsten S.

Hi hi Cindy, that's a good question. Because you place the sticky stabilizer on the back of your hoop, that's what glides along the machine bed and that protects the machine bed so it doesn't get scratched up.

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Cindy S.

Thanks, but it's just thin paper. It seems it would burnish the screen bed, or get it sticky, or something. I realize the sticky side is not against the machine, but how thick is the paper, does it wear through easily?

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Kirsten S.

It's a slick paper, and does not wear through easily. It will easily last as long as it takes to stitch everything you can on the one sheet of sticky stabilizer. Additionally, Each time you replace the sticky stabilizer in order to stitch more designs, you're advised to just stick the next paper on over the back of the last one, adding another layer. This continues until you feel there's too much on there, and then remove the layers and start over.

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Cindy S.

Ok, thanks Kirsten. :-) Now I can't decide which size to buy. I rarely embroider so I don't know which size I would use most frequently. I've bought several monster hoops already but have tension issues so I've been waiting till I can spend some time in class (after vaccine!) I'm thinking just get the middle size? I hope I didn't miss the free shipping special.

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Kirsten S.

Middle size sounds like a good place to start. Good luck!

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Linda F.

hi from Alberta Canada

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Heather B.

Thanks for saying hi, Linda. Hi back from Embroidery.com in Utah, USA.

~Heather
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