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  • Jill Clark

    A fort using a hula hoop! - so cute for a little kids room (maybe a reading corner?)

  • Sarah Bruce

    Beautiful Reading Canopy by sewliberated: Made by sewing silk onto a circular hand quilting hoop which was suspended with hemp twine to a sling ring and then hung from a ceiling hook with fishing wire. Another square of white silk was draped over the top. sub a hulahoop for quilting loop.

  • Stargazer Jackson-Corlis

    DIY Reading Nook or Hideout Using a Hand Quilting Hoop. How-to at Sew Liberated here. *I’ve also seen tutorials that use hula hoops.

  • Gaganpreet Thind

    Cool kids room reading area! - Beautiful Reading Canopy by sewliberated: Made by sewing silk onto a circular hand quilting hoop which was suspended with hemp twine to a sling ring and then hung from a ceiling hook with fishing wire. Another square of white silk was draped over the top. #Reading_Canopy #Play_Tent #sewliberated

  • B. G.

    A fort using a hula hoop! Here's what she says about instructions: The Reading Canopy: handmade by sewing a 108" x 54" silk to a circular hand-quilting hoop (like an embroidery hoop, only huge!), adding lengths of hemp twine to the hoop, then attaching them to a sling ring. Another (square) piece of white silk was draped over this contraption, and we used fishing wire to hang it from a hook in the ceiling.

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