Looking for in-the-hoop embroidery designs? You’re in the right place! If you aren’t sure about what they are, in-the-hoop embroidery designs are digital sewing patterns that stitch themselves on the machine. All you have to do is follow the instructions and watch your embroidery machine do the work.
Learn how to use pretty lace zippers with this free in the hoop lace zipper bag project. There are also instructions on how to adapt other in the hoop bag designs to use a lacy zipper. You’ll need a 5×7 hoop, and a 20cm Lace Zip.
Quick and easy, you will love how fast this goes together. I personally have made loads of this ITH small zipper case! It is fully lined and quilted on the front with a wave quilt stitch, It is perfect for carrying coins, cash, earbuds as well as many other small items.
Say Happy Birthday with this fun Gift Card Holder! Comes with easy to follow instructions with pictures and is so easy to make. Fits gift cards and credit cards. Fits 4×4 hoops.
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This cover is perfect for holding a small hand sanitizer bottle. This free ITH in the hoop machine embroidery design can be made in the 4×4 hoop size. This embroidery design is perfect for beginners.
Related: Make your own handmade hand sanitizer!
In-the-hoop sunglasses case design is not only a fabulous and practical gift but a great way to embroider up your scraps.
All you will need is a few pieces of fabric, some batting, stabilizer, and coordinating machine embroidery thread for the needle and bobbin and you are good to go!
Quick and easy, you will love how fast this in the hoop zipper heart pouch goes together. Fully lined and quilted on the front, it’s perfect for carrying coins and cash. It has complete detailed instructions with LOTS of how-to photos included.
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Which in-the-hoop machine embroidery design did you like best?