Hand wrapped wood hoop with gray Cotten fabric with black flowers. Non toxic glue tacked over most of the hoop for firm tightness. There are all sorts of decorating life hacks that can be done with a nicely wrapped embroidery hoop. I've seen photo displays, clocks, sun catchers, tool racks, mobils, trivets made of wine corks stuffed in a hoop. I use one with pulled lace for hanging earrings. As far as needlework is concerned using a fabric wrap on a hoop does wonders! The extra tension is remarkable. No matter how delicate or thin your choice of fabric, it will be drum tight! However essential I think it is to use wrapped hoops, there is no denying it is a big pain in fanny to wrap them! That's why I make bunches of hoops at once. I decided to list my personal collection for anyone whom might want to save themselves the hassle. Being my personal collection you know that it's quality craftwork; not rushed, not phoned in, wrapped with love. I buy my hoops retail so I can examine each hoop for imperfections, so they are perfect before I wrap them. I'm not correcting near circle, hiding huge gaps; these are hoops that exceed my person standards. Then I wrap them with cotton fabric. I tac in multiple places on the hoop for extra tight consistency. I prefer fun fabrics that compliment my palette, I hope you like variety. Grab them while you can, because if you don't use it on your masterpiece it will be used on mine!