How to make a rainbow threads tassel 🌈 DIY
If you have some leftover Rainbow Threads this is a perfect little project to use them by making a cute multi-colour tassel!
These tassels really brighten up a corner of the home. And I love to use them to decorate our new Stitch Wall Banner.
This would also work with less colour threads - just make each loop a bit thicker. And to make the tassel longer, simply use 4 or 5 fingers instead of 3 when making your loops.
Watch our video tutorial to make it yourself!
What you need
- Colourful embroidery threads approx 50cm length each colour - we used half of the Rainbow Threads pack
- Scissors - we used our Colourful Embroidery ones (naturally)
Step by step instructions
Take Rainbow Threads (or other colour embroidery threads of your choice)
Cut the thread in half (to around 50cm)
Wrap the first colour thread around 3 fingers into a big loop.
Put to one side and do the same for each 50cm length of coloured thread.
Put the thread loops in rainbow order onto your finger.
Take an extra piece of thread (around 15cm) and string the loops through.
Tie a knot to secure the loops together at the top.
Take another piece of thread (around 20cm) and wrap around the bundle of loops. Start at least 5mm down from the top loop. Knot the thread to keep the bundle securely fastened.
Snip the loops at the bottom.
Trim the ends so they are the same length and neaten up any strays.
Comb the threads to get them lying straight and try and keep the colours arranged in their rainbow formation.
And you're done! Use the top thread to hang your tassel or tie onto the side of your wall banner.
Admire your handiwork...! 🌈
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