This winter has been putting us to the test. Frigid days followed by bitterly cold nights finds us bundling up with layers upon layers trying to stay one step ahead of the cold.
The constant battle for warmth stirred me to create this 'Tassel Wreath'.
There are so many wonderful yarns available today.
A chunky yarn in varying shades of grays with flecks of browns and blacks called to me.
I hoped it would emanate the warm and cozy feeling that I was yearning for. Once the wreath was completed, I thought the yarn achieved my goal nicely.
This wreath is very simple to make and works up quickly.
Now onto the tutorial:
- 10" Wire Wreath Form
- Yarn (I used a skein of chunky yarn - 106 yds)
- Cardboard - Approx 3" X 4"
- Decorative Embelishment such as ribbon, costume jewelry, fabric rosette, etc...,.
Create a tassel template by cutting an opening slot on one of the 4" sides of the cardboard as shown.
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