DIY Yarn Tassel Garland - Darn Good Yarn

DIY Yarn Tassel Garland

Before You Start

This DIY Tassel Garland is made with our original Recycled Sari Silk. With some simple wrapping and cutting, you’ll be able to take a bundle of yarn to a beautiful decorative piece in no time!

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Step By Step

Step 1

Gather Materials

  • Darn Good Yarn Recycled Sari Silk Sample Card
  • Scissors
  • Something to wrap your yarn around (like a notebook or a phone)

Step 2

Begin to wrap the sari silk ribbon lengths-wise around the object of your choice, about 6 times. Cut the wrapped strand from the sample card

Step 3

Cut a strand (about 3 inches long) from the opposite end of the sample card, and make a loop around the wrapping you created in Step 2

Step 4

Cut a larger strand from the sample card (from the same end as in Step 3), about 5 inches long, and wrap the yarn around the tassel about ¼ of the way down

Step 5

Cut the bottom loops, then trim

Step 6

Create as many tassels as you would like for your garland

Step 7

String them along a strand of yarn

Step 8

There you have it! A tassel garland that is perfect to hang inside and out

Next Weeks Tutorial

Next week’s tutorial will be brought to you by @yessydesigns, who will show us how to not only do a basic cable stitch (c6b), 6 stitches cable front (c6f), 4 stitch cable (c4f), and slip slip knit (ssk), but you’ll also be able to get her Magnolia Beanie Pattern!