Crochet

How to make tassels

Tassels are great for using up left over yarn to decorate knit and crochet items such as shawls and cushions. In this post I want to share with you a video in which I use the Prym Love Tassel Maker to make tassels.

Resources

Materials

To make tassels you can off course use a piece of cardboard or a book, but the Prym Love Tassel Maker helps with the details of getting them all the same size. In the instruction video I use Scheepjes Stone Washed yarn to make the tassels. You will also need a scissor and a darning needle.

Scheepjes Stone Washed yarn is available from Wool Warehouse (UK/International), Black Sheep Wools (UK), Caro’s Atelier (EU/NL), and many other Scheepjes stockists.


Video showing how to make tassels

In this video below, which I have included as part of my Crochet Fundamentals series on my YouTube channel, you see how I make tassels using the Prym Love Tassel Maker.


Inspiration for using tassels

I use tassels mostly for decorating shawls, I like to add them to the tips because it make the shawl just a little bit bigger and it helps with the drape. Here you see some tassels added to my Happy Shawl.


Social Media

If you are using my videos or would just like to show me your work, use hashtag #itsallinanutshell on Instagram to help me find it, or share your work in my It’s all in a Nutshell Crochet Nuts group on Facebook.

With love,
Esther

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