Here is the fringe-necktie. It is easy to make and you can find most of the materials in your house.
inspired by lilian asterfield by nicole deponte
Step 1: Materials
The fringe-necklace was $38 at the craft fair and I'm pretty sure it was on sale. I paid approx. $12, but if I didn't have to pay for the tie it could easily have been under $10.
Necktie: $6 found at a second hand shop, or you can steal a necktie from your boyfriend!
Fringe (1 1/2 yards): approx. $5, ($3.5/yrd) found at any fabric or sewing shop. You can also buy some easily online.
Buttons: take buttons off of your old clothing. I happened to find these in my moms sewing box. They weren't on the original neckties but I added them for flare, I think they look cool!
Needle and Thread - already had
Step 2: Fringe to Necktie
At first I pinned the tie and fringe together having them overlap about 1cm but when I started sewing them together the fabric on the tie wrinkled in a weird way.
I sewed them edge to edge so there is no overlapping of fabric. To understand this look at the pictures.
Step 3: Sew Together
Once the fringe is sewn on sew the ends of the tie together. Make sure the insides of each end are facing the same way (look at picture).