I made this funky crochet tassel necklace quite some time ago. To be perfectly honest, I wasn’t sure if it would make in on the blog. Sometimes blogging can be weird; you can’t quite see the forest through the trees. It’s hard to step back and analyze whether the projects are cute or not! I tested the waters on Instagram, and everyone seemed to like it, so I decided to add it to my blog this week.
CROCHET TASSEL NECKLACE
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What you need:
Medium Weight yarn ( 2 colors)
Any hook you like, gauge is not important.
Make a long chain, about 5 feet long (if you want to double wrap it). Tie the ends together in a neat bow.
Next, make your tassel. You can use a Clover tassel maker (<—affiliate), or you can simply use your hand. If you are using your hand, wrap your yarn around your 4 fingers as many times as you would like. The more times you wrap the yarn, the fuller your tassel will be.
Carefully, slip the yarn off your fingers, and set it aside. Cut a short length of yarn, using the same color, and slip it though the top of the wrapped yarn.
Next, cut another long length of yarn and begin wrapping it around the tassel, near the top. Tie it in a neat knot at the back.
Using sharp scissors, trim the bottom loops of the tassel. Using your string at the top, tie it to your crocheted chain.
So simple and so cute!
Thanks to those of you who encouraged me to post this simple crochet necklace :)
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This looks like a cute project to do. My daughter would love it.
Thank you for sharing this with us on the #HomeMattersParty. We hope to see you again when we open our doors on Friday at 12 AM EST.
Tassels are so fun, nice tutorial. Thanks for sharing with us at Merry Monday. We’re pretty excited about fall and looking forward to seeing lots of fall ideas shared at the next party now that we have made it into September.
Thank you ! I am excited for fall too! :)