Introduction: Tassel Necklace

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Delanah Banana

Trying a little DIY today!

Found this adorable necklace idea @ Fall for DIY. (

Step 1: Get Materials

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You will need:

Krazy Glue

Lobster Claps

Jump Rings

Bead Landings

White Parachute Cord



Thread for Tassels (whichever color you choose)


Step 2: Cut Thread

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Cut thread into three equal parts.

If you want more tassels then cut as many "parts" as you like.

Step 3: Tie Thread

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Tie a piece of the same color thread around the middle of the section.

Step 4: Add Jump Ring

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Add a jump ring to the tied area of the middle.

Use the clamps to secure.

Step 5: Tied the Tassel

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Using some of the same color yarn, tie the area below the jump ring.

Wrap it around numerous times until you have the thickness that you like.

Step 6: Set Tassels Aside

Step 7: Jump Rings

Make 3 piles of 20 jump rings.

Step 8: Add Jump Rings to Cord

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Take one pile of jump rings (20) and add them to the parachute cord.

Add a Spacer on each end of the jump rings.

Add a Tassel to one end.

Add another Spacer.

Step 9: Repeat

Repeat Steps until you have all three Tassels with jump rings and spacers.

Step 10: Cut Excess Thread

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Cut thread so that it's even.

Step 11: Krazy Glue

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Apply Krazy Glue to a bead landing clasp.

Attach the white parachute cord and hold for a minute.

(Be careful not to get the glue on yourself)

Step 12: Clamp

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Once your rope is glued, use your clamps to secure the bead landings.

Step 13: Attach Jump Rings

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Take a jump ring and attach it to each end.

Step 14: Lobster Clasp

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Add a Lobster Clasp to the jump rings.



hinagiku (author)2014-09-30

Looks really cute :))

MsSweetSatisfaction (author)2014-09-30

Awesome necklace! Thanks for sharing!

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