A large pair of wooden rings sized so that one fits inside the other, which is sometimes used instead of a frame to keep the layers of a quilt taut and even during the quilting process. A hoop is more portable than a quilt frame. It is similar to an embroidery hoop, although larger.
Device made from wood, plastic or steel with which fabric is gripped tightly between an inner ring and an outer ring and attached to the machines pantograph. Machine hoops are designed to push the fabric to the bottom of the inner ring and hold it against the machine bed for embroidering.
Wood, plastic or steel device used to tightly grip the fabric and stabilizer between an inner and outer ring. Attaches to machine's frame. Designed to hold fabric taut against the machine bed for embroidery.
Hoop (Rhythmic Gymnastics) may be made of plastic or wood, provided that it retains its shape during the routine. The interior diameter is from 80 to 90 cm, and the hoop must weigh a minimum of 300g. The hoop may be of a natural colour or be partially of fully covered by one or several colours, and it may be covered with adhesive tape (not fluorescent) either of the same or different colour as the hoop.