Backside of the Hoop

backside of the hoop

Have you ever wondered what the backside of an embroidery artist’s hoop looks like? Or what their behind the scenes process looks like? Me, too! As an embroidery artist, I’m intrigued by how other artists finish their hoops, what their creative process is, and what their behind the scenes space looks like. I decided to put together this monthly feature to showcase the different embroidery, cross stitch, and other needle artists out there so we could all learn more about the backsides of their hoops!

Listed below are the Needle Artists who I have interviewed so far. Click on their picture to go to their interview.

Would you like to be interviewed for Backside of the Hoop? Fill out the contact information at the bottom of the page!

May 2016, Mollie Johanson of Wild Olive
May 2016, Mollie Johanson of Wild Olive
Bridget row
April 2016, Bridget Prater of Blending by Betty B

Lady Jane RowMarch 2016, Lady Jane Long Stitches

February 2016, Chloe Redfern
Backside of the Hoop with Kari Lockhart by Random Acts of Amy January 2016
January 2016, Kari Lockhart of Oh My Heart
Kayla Dickens of Knotty Dickens, December 2015
December 2015, Kayla Dickens of Knotty Dickens
Mary Corbet on Backside of the Hoop
November 2015, Mary Corbet of Needle ‘n Thread
Claudia Jäggi of Weissfeder
October 2015, Claudia Jäggi of Weissfeder
September 2015, Maria Featon of Suosaari
Amy Byrne of Random Acts of Amy, August 2015
August 2015, Amy Byrne of Random Acts of Amy
Backside of the Hoop with Jill Shivers on Random Acts of Amy July 2015
July 2015, Jill Shivers of Cabin Fever Goods
Linda Sandoval, June 2015
June 2015, Linda Sandoval
May 2015, Kara Good of Stitchingood
April 2015
April 2015, Ashley Lawson of Words & Scribbles
March 2015, Sarah Roberts of In the Quiet Hours
February 2015, Carina Envoldsen-Harris of Polka & Bloom
January 2015, Sonia Lyne of Dandelyne
December 2014, Katy Bromberg of Misericordia
November 2014, Shawne Bennett of Embroider{wee}
October 2014, Kristen Shuler of Hey Paul Studios
September 2014, Shelly Nguyen of Stik a Pin in It
August 2014, Jason Vanfosson

Do you want to be interviewed for Backside of the Hoop? Or do you know someone who would be perfect for it? Fill out the form below for your chance to be featured! I accept all forms of stitch art, such as embroidery (hand and machine), cross stitch, punch needle, needle point, etc.

Let me know what you think!