- Embroidery thread in chosen colours (one hank of thread will make approximately four tassels).
- Jump Rings.
(I purchased my necklace and jump rings from my local bead shop, but using an existing necklace you might own, and purchasing the match jump rings is also a fab idea).
1. Using your fork, wrap the embroidery thread around it about thirty times. You could wrap more for a fuller looking tassel, but I found thirty was pretty optimum for what I was after.
3. Pull the tassel off the fork and cut right along the bottom. Tidy up all loose thread and tah dah - one mini tassel!
5. Lay your necklace out and choose your tassel spacings. I started at the mid point (opposite the closure mechanism), and went from there.