How do you make tassels for blankets?

How do I make my tassels thicker?


  1. Take your yarn and begin to wrap it around your cardboard as shown.
  2. Continue wrapping until you reach a desired thickness. …
  3. Then cut the yarn and take a new piece of yarn and tuck it through the wrapped yarn. …
  4. Now cut through all the layers of yarn at the bottom of the tassel.

How do you make fluffy tassels?

Bend the middle portion and tie with another piece of yarn. Cut off the excess floss. Get your tassel really fluffy by running a comb over the thread. This will separate the floss and really fluff it out.

How do you fix tassels on clothes?

Turn the tassel over and thread the suspension cord end up through the middle of tassel head and pull completely through the head. Then, use the needle to go back through the tassel head. Tie the two ends of the suspension cord into a knot which will be invisible under the tassel body. Re-hang your repaired tassel.

What thread do you use for tassels?

You can make tassels out of any size thread or cord. The traditional tassels you might find on a piece of furniture or pillow use thick silk or polyester cord. The thicker the cord, the faster the tassel-making goes, so a cord like Gudebrod size FFF would be a good choice for a tassel that can be made quickly.

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How do you make fabric tassels?

Fold the fabric strips in half over the ribbon. Then take another fabric strip and tie it around the tassel, about two centimetres (three quarters of an inch) from the fold. Tie a double knot and flatten the ends of the tie down so they merge with the tassel. And that’s it, tassel made.

How do you make the perfect tassel?

Tie 5-inch thread into a tight knot around middle of looped thread. Pull ends of 5-inch thread upward and wound threads downward. Cut through looped ends, and adjust into tassel shape. Cut a 12-inch length of thread to wrap tassel neck: Fashion 1 end of thread into a loop shape, then lay loop on tassel.

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