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I added another type of tassel in my Vintage Halloween Garland post. I made these pretty gold fabric tassels! At the rate I’m going, pretty soon I think the blog will have covered every way to make possible to make a tassel! Ha!
The great thing about these crafty cuties is I already had the materials in my stash to make them. Love it when that happens! All you need are scraps of fabric, Washi tape and a little string to make these. Here’s how did it~
Simple Fabric Tassels
- Fabric used: Polyester Spandex Gold Fabric
- Crochet Thread
- Washi Tape
- Rotary cutter & mat
- Sharp scissors
- Bamboo Skewer
The tassels I made ended up being 5 inches long when finished. So cut your fabric to 11 inches x 3 1/2 inches wide. Fold the fabric in half.
Cut thin strips across the fabric, ending up at an inch from the fold.
Unfold the fabric and lay it with the back unfinished side up. Lay a wood skewer on the edge of the fabric and roll tightly.
Remove the skewer. Fold the rolled fabric in half.
Note: To hang the tassel, at this step you can add a jewelry ring in the tassel loop or add a string to hang the tassel.
Tightly double tie a string 1/2 inch from the loop in the fold.
Take the Washi tape and wrap over the string and cover the knot. And that’s it! You have a simple but pretty tassel!
Here are the Fabric Tassels on my Vintage Halloween Garland!
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Check out more of my Tassel Projects~