Little House Wall Hooks

No longer will I hear that familiar phrase “Honey, have you seen my keys?”...!  I designed this set of cute little in the hoop houses to hang on the wall by the door so we have someplace consistent to hang our keys.  The set includes 5 different wall hook designs plus 6 individual houses to embroider onto other things (they would look super cute lined up on a pencil case for example).

The in the hoop wall hooks are each created in a single hooping.  They stitch out easy like a traditional design, and then in the last step the stiff back is stitched on in the hoop; add an eyelet and a hook or two and it is complete with no additional hand or machine sewing.  For hooks I like to use lace hooks (like you find often on lace-up boots – instructions contain online sources to buy your hook of choice) attached with a rivet, but bachelor/jean/dungaree buttons or screw posts also work great.

The three single hook designs measure 2.4”x3.94”, the two double-hook designs measure up to 3.9”x4.7” and the individual houses range from 2.1”x2.2” to 2.8”x3.8”.

Stitch Count = 5,300-18,000

Please note these are machine embroidery in the hoop (ITH) designs, not sewing patterns, and they can only be used with an embroidery machine.