DIY Tassel Necklace

DIY tassel necklace by sugar and cloth

I’ve been meaning to share the DIY Tassel Necklace that we made at the Langford Market event for a few weeks now, but as I’ve whined about already, it’s been a crazy few weeks. I’ll spare you the rest of my sob stories that accompany them, and announce these sweet little tassel necklaces. Better late than never, right?

Materials:

  • Embroidery floss
  • Necklace chain
  • 8mm jump ring
  • 12 mm jump ring
  • Round nose pliers
  • Scissors
  • Bristle brush
  • Ball bottom pendant clamps (online or at JoAnn Fabric)

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DIY tassel necklace by sugar and clothYou can cut the tassels as long as short as you’d like but I really prefer the short fat ones, much how I like my pets to be.
DIY tassel necklace by sugar and clothAnd you can group multiple tassels onto one loop for a fuller look or to mix and match with your outfits. Doesn’t get much better than that!

 

DIY Tassel Necklace

DIY tassel necklace by sugar and cloth

I’ve been meaning to share the DIY Tassel Necklace that we made at the Langford Market event for a few weeks now, but as I’ve whined about already, it’s been a crazy few weeks. I’ll spare you the rest of my sob stories that accompany them, and announce these sweet little tassel necklaces. Better late than never, right?

Materials:

  • Embroidery floss
  • Necklace chain
  • 8mm jump ring
  • 12 mm jump ring
  • Round nose pliers
  • Scissors
  • Bristle brush
  • Ball bottom pendant clamps (online or at JoAnn Fabric)

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DIY tassel necklace by sugar and clothYou can cut the tassels as long as short as you’d like but I really prefer the short fat ones, much how I like my pets to be.
DIY tassel necklace by sugar and clothAnd you can group multiple tassels onto one loop for a fuller look or to mix and match with your outfits. Doesn’t get much better than that!

 

Comments

  • Brittni

    02.26.13

    This is so cute Ashley. And I love that polka dot top too.

    • Ashley said:

      You can borrow it anytime ;)

  • Vicki

    02.26.13

    I really like this. I really LOVE the polka dot shirt. :)

  • So pretty! My sister in law has a similar one and it always looks so beautiful on her ;)

  • shakti

    03.01.13

    Tassels must be IN because I keep stumbling across them. Love this!
    I think I’m going to have to figure out how to do this using leather….

  • Helen

    03.02.13

    These are uber cute Ashley! So low key but unique, inspired to make some myself now yay!

  • Love this. So sweet + simple. Loving your blog. Just found you & just started following you on twitter. Look forward to seeing more.

  • Dustin Farell

    04.09.13

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  • Jennifer Fowler

    07.10.14

    I just found these cuties, and I want to make them so badly! Is there anyway you could post the steps?

  • Megs

    08.07.14

    What did you use the bristle brush for? And how did you make the tassels? How are they attached to the clamps? Thanks.

    • Ashley said:

      The bristle brush is for fluffing the finished tassels, and the gold clasp ring actually just closes around the tassel to hold it in.

  • budi

    03.03.15

    love your Tassel Necklaces so simple.. i have lot of work with tassels will be inspred for my next project, combining with chain. thanks for sahring.

  • Mel

    01.16.16

    I wish there were instructions in this diy post. ):