Thanksgiving Weekend Sale!

I hope all my American friends had a lovely Thanksgiving today! My family usually has our Thanksgiving meal on Saturday to accommodate some of our family members’ schedules, so on Thursday we eat at an Indian food restaurant because they’re open … and Thanksgiving is all about pilgrims and *indians*, right? It cracks me up every year 😀

Mini Scalloped Embroidery Hoop

Anyways, now that I’m selling my 3D printed embroidery hoops, I wanted to have a Black Friday/Small Business Saturday/Cyber Monday sale! The mini hoops in my shop will be 25% off starting Friday morning, through Monday evening or when they’re all gone! They’re regularly $10, so this weekend they’ll be $7.50. Necklace and brooch kits will also be $2.50 off. The prices will be updated in my Etsy shop – no coupon needed! If you’re interested in buying a completed necklace or ornament rather than the DIY version, I’ll also honor the 25% off if you contact me by this Monday. Again, I’ll only have so many off those available. Email me ( or send me an etsy convo of you’re interested in those!

Embroidery Hoop Christmas Ornaments

They’re perfect as Christmas ornaments or necklaces as gifts for friends and family or to keep for yourself. Fill them with embroidery, cross-stitch, or just your favorite fabric! Check out the etsy listing here or pictures of my hoops on instagram at #starsandsunshinehoops.

Plastic Embroidery Hoops

You can read more about the mini hoops and see a video of how to assembly them here. Have a fantastic weekend!

3 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Weekend Sale!

  1. My MIL spent some of her youth in India with the peace corps. She can make a divine Indian feast and we try to convince her to do so for any event. Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, it doesn’t matter. It is so, so good.

  2. If you want to make it a necklace, do you have to glue on the back? Would the necklace be secure without the back? I’d like to be able to switch out my fabric with different outfits.

    1. I know some of my customers have left off the back and just trimmed the fabric close on the backside of the frame. It is still structurally sound, just not quite as finished looking on the back. Hope that helps!

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