Friday, June 22, 2012

Rosette Necklace

It seems recently that most of my posts have been sewing projects.  I don't know what it is, but I have been sewing A LOT recently.  But, today's project is completely NO sew!!

Here's what you need:
scrap fabric
glue gun

For this necklace, I ripped strips of material that were 24 inches long and 3 inches wide.  You will need 5 strips of material.

Start by folding a strip in half and tying a loose knot at one end.

Then just start twisting and wrapping the material around.  At the end you just glue the two flaps to the back of the rosette.

Continue making your rosette's until you have 5 of them.

Next lay them on a piece of felt and carefully trace around them with a vanishing fabric marker.

Cut out the felt shape.

Next, just hot glue the first 3 rosettes to the felt.

On the ends, hot glue two strips of material.  I just ripped some pieces that were about 1 inch wide by 24 inches long.

Then glue the last two rosettes on.

If any of the rosettes are not staying together nicely, just stick your glue gun in the material and put a little glue to hold them together.

That's it!  I get TONS of compliments on this necklace when I wear and it was so easy to make!

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  1. This turned out fabulous, and you made it look so easy, that I may just give it a try! I have seen these around shops, and they go for a lot more than I would like to spend. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Love these necklaces. Thanks for sharing your tutorial!

  3. I bought a rosette necklace on Etsy a couple years ago and have yearned to have similar ones in different colors/textures. This project is getting bookmarked...I can't wait to try it! I'm so glad to have found your lovely blog. You have a new fan (and follower). :)

  4. How gorgeous necklace! Love it!Thanks so much for sharing the great tutorial! Would love to have you visit me sometime. Visiting from Do Small Things With Love blog party.
    Have a fabulous day!
    Hugs from Portugal,

    Ana Love Craft