FOSSHAPE® 300 - 1/2 yd

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The amazing FOSSHAPE® 300 is replacing the Hoop-Dee-Doo, and it's even better! Using FOSSHAPE® 300 as your embroidery hoop stabilization system will create more beautiful and consistent stitch-outs, and lasts 10x longer. Recommended by Sharon Schamber to use with her NEW Crochet Inspired Embroidery.


  • Easy to Install (watch the video here)
  • Long Lasting & Durable
  • Reduces Waste
  • Eliminates Distortion
  • Improved Stitch Quality
  • Saves Time and Money
  • No More Hoop Burn

FOSSHAPE® 300 is 45" wide and is sold by the half yard.

  • A half yard (18"x45") will give you enough to install on 3-4 small-medium hoops, or 1 large/mega hoop + 1 small/medium hoop
  • A yard (36"x45") will give you enough for a large variety of hoops 

Sold by the 1/2 yard. Quantities of 2 or more will be cut in one continuous piece:
Qty of 2 = 1 yd
Qty of 3 = 1.5 yds
Qty of 4 = 2 yds
Qty of 5 = 2.5 yds, etc.



From the manufacturer:
Often called the “buckram replacement,", FOSSHAPE® 300 is a unique felt-like fabric (45″ wide or 114.3 cm) and is heat activated to achieve rigidity, stiffness, and surface enhancement without the use of water, messy or hazardous additives. Synthetic FOSSHAPE® 300 can easily be cut with scissors, will not fray like conventional woven fabrics and can be readily sewn to itself or other fabrics as a hidden stiffener or shaped into stand alone structures. Mildew resistant and dye-able as well. Fabric steamers are the often preferred method for forming a desired amount of rigidity and stiffness, but conventional steam irons or an industrial hot air gun may oftentimes be helpful. The level of stiffness is achieved by adjusting heat, time and pressure. Applications include: costuming, lightweight crafted reinforcement, theater props and set design, craft-work, puppetry, millinery headpieces, masks, sculptures, museum mount making and more.  Versatile FOSSHAPE 300 is lighter in weight  and thinner than FOSSHAPE 600 for lighter weight needs and more intricate design efforts.  With heat and pressure from a steam iron, two layers of  the 300 grade can be combined or bonded to approximate one layer of FOSSHAPE 600.