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!
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
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
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
Cut the bottom loops, then trim
Create as many tassels as you would like for your garland
String them along a strand of yarn
There you have it! A tassel garland that is perfect to hang inside and out
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!