Tassels are a great option to accessorize your bag, purse, dress, hat, keychains, bookmarks, etc. They can also be used as interior décor items. And don’t we love tassel jewelry? The following collection of tutorials shows you how you make these pretty little things. The images would garner your attention towards the craft.
These colorful tassels boast of a boho look. Note how strings in deeper and lighter shades of the same color have been used to make each tassel.
In this DIY, yarn is wrapped around a piece of cardboard before knotting at one end and cutting to make this cool tassel.
3. Tassel DIY
Making this cute tassel is not very difficult. Just follow the instructions and the pictures of the above-linked tutorial.
Though these long tassels are made of leather that is cut using Cricut, you can go ahead and use faux leather as well, if you find genuine leather to be too c006Fstly.
Mini tassels out of tissue paper steal the show at a party. Your guests can never have enough of these fancy tassels. If you want, you can make them with crepe paper instead.
Once you know how to make these tassels, you can make them in both big and small sizes. Don’t the tiny ones look cute?
10. Yarn Tassel DIY
Did you know that a commonplace thing like embroidery floss could make brilliant tassels? You can make them with silk or cotton threads in different colors.
These gorgeous fabric tassels are made from fabric scraps and twine or ribbon. They look good hanging from the door handle.
If you want, you can make your DIY tassel from horsehair. The material is lightweight, pocket-friendly and comes in a variety of colors.
You can use this tassel to accessorize your keys, bag or bookmarks. The project offers you a wonderful opportunity to put odds and ends of ribbons to use.
Once you have the trick of making tassels up your sleeve, you can glam up anything from a greeting card to a headband. Your friends would love to get your handmade tassels on the presents that you gift them on special occasions. They can become your signature craft if done well.
Published on June 22nd 2020 by Peyton Derrida