20 Comments

  1. you need to be selling these in your shop! they are awesome! and you could make some pretty rad wall hangings from them, too!

    1. I have totally thought about a wall hanging! Thank you

  2. You are the queen of the tassels! Great tutorial but I do not think I can manage it 🙁 You made an excellent deco item once more!

    1. I like that title, thank you!

  3. This looks awesome! I love what you can do with a mophead.

    1. I’ve used a mop head many times and they always surprise me. So affordable and so many ways you can use them

  4. This is just brilliant!!!! I hope I can muster the skills to make one too. I agree with the comments above, you should be selling these. So cool!

    1. Thanks Brenna, they are actually not that hard to make. Good luck!

  5. Oh my word. This is genius

  6. Wow Wow thank you. Cann’t wait to try one or two maybe three.

    1. Oh let me know how they turn out.

  7. I saw a large macrame tassel at an antique shop the other day and immediatly thought of you. Love these tips, usuing the whole twine ball at the top of the tassel to add bulk is brilliant.

  8. Lesley Randles says:

    I think you are a genius! I can’t wait to make one!

  9. You are the queen of tassels!! These are amazing!

  10. that’s amazing–so cool! If I had to try to come up with a way to make a giant tassel, I would be totally lost, but you make it look easy 🙂

  11. Amy | Delineate Your Dwelling says:

    This is just so brilliant! Pinned a ton of times!!

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