First, I purchased wooden embroidery hoops at Hobby Lobby. The large hoop was $2.99 and the small hoops were $0.99 a piece. I started out by picking out fabric scraps that would coordinate together. To visualize how my project would look, I laid out fabric and laid the hoops on top first (just to make sure my choices coordinated).
To attach the hoops to the fabric, I simply loosened them using the screw on the hoop and separated the two pieces. Then, I laid the part of the hoop that adjusts flat on the floor. I placed my fabric over the hoop, making sure I centered the fabric so it would display the patterns on the patterns that I wanted when framed.
Next, I slid the outside part of the hoop over top of the fabric and inside hoop. I tightened the screw to make sure my work was tightly secured.
Then, I turned the hoops over and carefully trimmed the edges of the fabric all the way around the edge of the hoops.
Last but not least, I found a place to hang my project! I decided to hang them on either sides of the antique mirror above my couch. They brighten up the room and the circles introduce a new shape into the room. Let me know if you try this at home! I would love to post pictures!