Six different styles for you to try.
Tassels are everywhere these days, and why not? They add a fun pop of color, texture and interest to so many garments and accessories. They look great on bags, can be attached to belts, and hung from cords and rods. There’s a recent tutorial over at Sew4Home™ that is full of inspiring ideas for tassel making. They’ve paired a variety of Dritz® tassel cap hardware with a clever mix of materials for the tassels. Learn more about it!
|You’ll learn how to make this three tier tassel using embroidery floss …|
|Or for bags, you might like this looped faux leather look …|
|For each of the tassels, you’ll use Dritz® tassel caps hardware. Instructions for all of the styles shown above – plus more – can be found at Sew4Home.com. They are experts at breaking projects down into easy-to-digest steps that show you exactly how it’s done!|
Check out these additional resources and get your tassel game on:
- Tassel making inspiration on our blog;
- Our illustrated tassel making tutorial (it’s a PDF to download);
- See our coordinated hardware collections – great for bag making, garments, belts and more!
Tell us about your tassels!