I call this class “Tassels 101”, being that it is a great introduction to working with fibers, and adding wondrous little shiny bits of glass beads. These finished masterpieces can adorn fan pulls, furniture knobs, or perhaps something else?
Class Fee: $30.00
*Please note that this class does not include any of the materials, supplies or tools; these must be purchased by the student.
Date and time: This class is not currently scheduled.
This class fee is paid directly to Christen. This can be paid by a PayPal invoice, or by check and sent to Christen. Please email Christen: email@example.com with your inquiries. Once the class is paid for the handout will be sent to the customer’s email address. The customer must print a copy of the handout to bring to the day of class.
I love tassels or furniture jewelry if you will. I like to create them from unusual components, and have hung them throughout my house. This example is from my Persephone’s Bell pattern and definitely belongs in a fairy tale.
The top of the tassel is a dyed gourd with the stem still attached, too cute! The gourd is embellished with French wire ribbon leaves and a silk cord is used for hanging.
The gourd was pierced at intervals to hang the tassels and vines below the opening. French wire ribbons were formed into gorgeous fuchsias and hang from ruched Hanah silk bias ribbons. Flowers made from Hanah silk bias ribbons are hung from wrapped Artistic wire, and further enhanced with beads and charms.
This is a pretty addition to hang from any fairy garden trellis!