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How To Make A Tassel Wreath

Step into the world of creativity and add a touch of whimsy to your home with the exquisite Tassel Wreath. This stunning piece of art is a delightful twist on the traditional wreath, bringing a burst of color and texture to any space. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, the Tassel Wreath is a true testament to the beauty of handmade craftsmanship. The Tassel Wreath is a visual feast for the eyes, combining an array of vibrant colors and luxurious textures. Each tassel is carefully handcrafted using a variety of materials, such as silky ribbons, soft yarns, and delicate threads. The result is a mesmerizing display of intricate patterns and delightful combinations that will captivate anyone who lays eyes on it. Not only is the Tassel Wreath a stunning decorative piece, but it also serves as a symbol of creativity and individuality. With its unique design, it adds a touch of personality to any room, making it a true conversation starter. Hang it on your front door to welcome guests with a burst of color, or display it on a wall to create a focal point that showcases your artistic flair. The possibilities are endless with the Tassel Wreath, allowing you to express your style and create a space that is truly one-of-a-kind.

Materials Needed

  • Yarn (the stiff, scratchy cheap stuff works great for this project!)
  • 7 or 8 Inch Wooden Embroidery Hoop
  • Cardboard or Chipboard 7-8 Inches Wide
  • Scissors
  • Ribbon for Hanging (optional, but cute)


Step 1: Wrap yarn around a piece of cardboard or chipboard that measures around 7-8 inches. I wrapped each of my tassels 25 times.

Step 2: Carefully slide the yarn off the chipboard, then tie a piece of yarn tightly around the center. Cut through the yarn loops on each end.

Step 3: Place the yarn bundle under the hoop, then wrap it around to the front so that the cut ends all line up.

Step 4: Tightly tie a piece of string around the yarn to form a tassel that is attached to the hoop.

Step 5: Repeat the process until the entire hoop is covered in tassels. Trim any yarn ends that are sticking out.

Step 6: Add a ribbon for hanging, if desired. I just scooted the tassels apart enough to be able to tie the ribbon on at the top.

And that’s it! Six easy steps to make this cute, inexpensive wreath. Isn’t that just fun?

If you are worried about the wreath being floppy, be sure to choose a stiffer yarn and keep the tassels short. If that still doesn’t do it, you can spray the yarn with laundry starch to help the tassels stay straight out.

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