DIY Mini Tassels & Jewellery Projects

Tassel jewellery is huge right now! But why buy tassel jewellery when you can have fun making them yourself?

We show you how easy it is to make your own colourful mini tassels using silkon thread with the help of a fork, plus plenty of project ideas to transform them into beautiful jewellery. We also show you some more experimental designs using thicker cord and gemstones.

At Kernowcraft, we provide everything you need for your handmade jewellery designs - if you have a question or need advice, please do get in touch.

Tag us in your tassel jewellery on social media - we love sharing our favourite designs!

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Silkon thread: In this video tutorial, we used our silkon thread which is synthetic fibre which does not fray or stretch making it perfect for this project! It's available in a range of beautiful colours. You can however do similar techniques with other threads.

Scissors: for cutting the thread.


Jump ring: for attaching to the tassel to hang from chain, earwires or add components such as wire-wrapped beadsRead our advice page on opening and closing a jump ring here.

Follow Our Tutorial On How To Make A Mini Tassel

Tassel Jewellery Projects Using Silkon Thread

Each jewellery making kit comes with step by step instructions and all the supplies you need to get making...

Multi Coloured Tassel Necklace

You can combine as many tassels as you like to chain to create a colourful necklace!

Pink Opal Tassel Earrings

We love this design! We simply wire wrapped our pink opal beads and attached to the tassel and earwires for a beautiful make.

Use Other Materials To Experiment With Tassel Designs

Here are some more experimental tassel designs using micro fibre flat suede cord which is much thicker than silkon thread and also chain for a more extravagant look!

The products used in these projects are suggestions to inspire you. Products used were compatible at the time of making but do be aware that stocks can vary, so do use your own judgement as to the compatibility of each item when making.


If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch with our friendly team who will be more than happy to give you advice over email or on the phone.

You can learn more and find inspiration by visiting our Jewellery Making Tutorials, Jewellery Making Kits and YouTube Channel. Don't forget to follow us on social media and tag us in your designs on Instagram & Facebook, we would love to see!

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