Published at Monday, November 12th 2018. by Emma Trevino in Ceiling Light.
They come in many different sizes and you can get them at craft stores and fabric stores and they're really inexpensive. Mine is 14 inches and they were only about $ 2. Each one thing to keep in mind when you're picking the size of your hoops is to make sure that you have enough room for the air to circulate in the heat to dissipate. You really don't want to create a fire hazard, so it's important to keep that in mind now.
The next thing we need to do is figure out how much material we're going to need to go around our hoops and to do that, you can use a string or the wallpaper to trace out what you need, or you can just calculate the circumference, which Is PI 3.14 times the diameter which in my case is 14 inches, so I need at least 44 inches in material, but because we're gonna have a joint there's going to be overlap. You need to add at least another two inches to account for that. It's just best to have more material to work with and less now here's the wallpaper that I'm gonna be using for the shade. I've already cut it to the length that I need, and it's really up to you, how high you want to make your shade.
I made my 9 inches high, so it would make a big statement in the room. Now my wallpaper isn't thick enough or rigid enough to be structurally sound for the shade. So I'm going to add some poster board here, as my lightning and it's just gonna add, give it that extra rigidity and also on the inside the whites with intersect. The light nicely, unfortunately, my poster boy doesn't come in lengths longer than 28 inches, so I'm gonna be cutting two strips of this, and just gluing them together gets poster board that has a grid already embedded in it. It makes cutting a straight line really healing.
I'm using an all-purpose craft glue for this joint and I recommend lining up the two pieces: next, a straight edge like the side of a table just to make sure that everything moves together as straight as possible. So now that we have they're lining done it's time to make the shape. This is the fun part you're gonna need the two inner rings from your embroidery. Hoops you're gonna need some Clips like this, that you get from your office supply, store and you're. Also going to need some glue, I like weld-on glue because it binds just about anything to anything now.
The best way I've found to do this is to put the glue on the edge of your paper, and then you take the hooks like this and you line it up right up to the edge of the lining, lift the lining up along the ring, and then You clip it here at the edge and you want to do that, making sure that it's lined up right along the top of the ring and as you go along, you make sure it's nice and tight along the ring, and you clip it as you go Along and that's going to make sure that it dries right on the ring, because you really want it to be snug, you don't want to have any play whatsoever and you just keep going.
Then, when you get to the joint, it's not where you don't want to glue the entire joint, you want to just glue half of it, because you want to leave the other one unglued so that you can tighten it as much as you want when you're doing The other ring, then you do the same thing on the other side and you wait for about half an hour and to make sure everything dries properly and after that, we're going to be ready to put our ball paper on
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