These embroidery hoop storage ideas are sure to help you conveniently organize and access them. If you’re anything like me, you have a pretty vast collection of hoops and supplies. It can get a little messy just throwing all of your hoops in a drawer (guilty!) so here are a few smart storage solutions.
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Peg boards are a such a great storage set up for not only embroidery hoops, but pretty much any supplies including floss, markers, and scissors! This particular pegboard is a bit nicer than your typical pegboard and comes with nice wooden hooks to store embroidery hoops on.
On The Go Storage
If you travel a lot with your embroidery hoops and other embroidery supplies, this embroidery project storage bag is just what you need! The bag comes with an adjustable strap and a handle. There are protective pads inside and a double compartment as well as an extra pocket for supplies. The bag measures 12 x 3.5 x 12 inches and comes in a few different colors.
This cute bag has a large center pocket and extra pockets along the side that are great for miscellaneous supplies. It’s clear so you’ll be able to see where everything is. It even comes with a removable strap making it super easy to transport!
If you’re looking for something a bit more modern and stylish, these bins are a great choice! You can store your embroidery hoops and separate them by size with these bins that come in multiple different sizes.
Plastic storage bins are always an easy way to organize and store any craft supplies. It can be nice to be able to see into the box to see how much stock you have and what particular sizes you have. This particular art bin has removable dividers and measures 15.25 x 14 x 6. 25 inches
Amanda is a hand embroidery artist and teacher. With over 15 years of experience in the craft industry and embroidery, she owns and runs Crewel Ghoul, sharing tutorials and patterns to help inspire fellow crafters to get inspired and creative. In addition to running this website, she teaches on Skillshare and Youtube.