It’s So Easy and a Great Way to Enjoy Pretty Fabric!
Do you have a lovely piece of fabric that would accent an outfit nice? Make it into a pretty necklace with fabric, marbles and maybe even beads.
The process is simple. Sew a tube, then slide in marbles and knot between them. You can add beads with big holes for accents, if you like.
Standard marbles work great and you’re likely to find them inexpensively at the dollar store. Or, use wooden beads of the same size for a lighter necklace.
This is such a quick and easy project you’re likely to make several. They make lovely gifts, so go ahead and play with the idea and keep some of your creations on hand for last-minute giving.
Julie Cefalu from The Crafty Quilter shows you how to make the necklaces in the following tutorial.
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