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Topic: Braided Jersey Necklace with quick tutorial  (Read 760 times)
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JHall
« on: October 02, 2011 06:51:59 PM »



So, I braided three strips of jersey. My strips started at about 22"x1"






After the knots, my braid is about 18"

I cut another strip of fabric, about 14-15"x2.5". I wrapped it around the braid, right side against the braid, under the knot. Stitch. Cut off knot.





Repeat on the other side. And I added a bow. You can adjust lengths and everything depending on how you want the necklace to sit.



Yay. Quick and easy.

My blog post on this and other jersey projects: http://jordannhall.blogspot.com/2011/10/working-with-jersey-necklace-tutorial.html
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Antidigger
« Reply #1 on: October 03, 2011 02:13:49 AM »

It looks really cute. I think it would look good as a hairband.
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