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Oct 18, 2011

How To Make A Single Fabric Rolled Rosette Necklace

Love cute fabric rolled rosette necklaces? I sure do! Want to know how to make a single fabric rolled rosette necklace for yourself or a friend?
Here's the DIY:

if you're not the crafty type, visit AlongForTheRide (available in single rosettes) & Soleil Selene (available in 3-7 rosettes) for the best fabric necklaces

Gather your materials. You will need scissors, hot glue gun and glue, chain necklaces, round bail plates (jewelry aisle at HobLob) fabric, and felt.
Cut a thin-ish strip of fabric, a little less than 1 & 1/3 yards. The longer the strip, the larger the rosette. The wider the strip, the "wider" each twist will look.
Pinch the end in half.Tie in a knot.
Start rolling and twisting fabric around the knot.Glue a little as you go. A little plop of hot glue is enough. You don't want any glue to show up on the fabric. I am still working at getting better at this.Once you are to the size of rosette you like, trim excess fabric and glue end to the base of the flower.It should look something like this:Grab a round bail plate:String chain through the bell plate. Then glue plate to back of the rosette.Cover the back of the rosette/bail plate by gluing over it with a round piece of felt. Guestimate or cut to size.I glued two felt circles on, one large and one small, to make sure I couldn't see the bail plate through the felt & for extra sturdiness.Now you have a cute necklace!
Tiny bit of glue in the middle of this one, but it's still cute:
The white one is made from a vintage sheet. Shabby chic!
Easy peasy.

41 comments:

Erika @ Rouge & Whimsy said...

cute cute. love the vintage sheet!

Laura said...

They look adorable. And thanks so much for the sweet shout out!

ally said...

really cute! cant wait to try it!

Anonymous said...

That is so weird, I was looking around everywhere today to try to find out how to make these and was starting to get frustrated because I could not find directions anywhere! And it just popped up on my blog newsfeed! God works in mysterious ways!

Cherish Stockdale said...

you are the cutest. and so are these necklaces

Kristin said...

so glad you shared this! i want to try making some - great Christmas gift idea. :)

Mrs. T said...

You did an awesome job!! Love it. Definitely going to be making some of these for friends & family for the holidays. It's unique, hand made, AND cheap!! (bonus for me! hehe)

Mrs. T said...

P.S. I gave you a 'thumbs up' on SU. ;) i tagged it as DIY, how to, crafts, jewelry. hope ya get some hits friend!!

mama marchand said...

Adorable!

Jenae said...

Awesome!

Leilani @ Soleil Selene said...

You're too sweet, Mindy! Thanks for the shout out! <3333

melissa said...

How lovely!! Now I can make my own :)

Kelly said...

love these!

Anonymous said...

Love,Love, Love....anything Sabby Chic makes me smile!! :)

Michelle said...

I'm going to have to give those a try! I believe I already have everything on hand - bonus!

Liz Lowrey said...

You know I want one!! Maybe we should make it together :)

Natalia Lynn said...

I could actually do this! So pretty!

Jami Nato said...

really really cute.

Kassie said...

Oh, thanks for posting this! Love it!

Mallorie Owens said...

Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing :)

The Arizona Russums said...

this is so going to be my christmas break craft project. thanks for sharing!!!

Sandy a la Mode said...

what a totally cute and pretty simple looking tutorial!!

Lacee said...

This is so cute!! I am definitely going to be making one of these. I am still wiring on perfecting my rosette making...I currently kinda suck at it lol ;) New follower from the blog hop :)

jessica dukes said...

seriously. i can do this now, thank you. christmas gifts...watch out!!! new follower!

Naomi said...

Wow, I never realized how simple they are to make!! I'm gonna definitely be sticking these all over my baby girl's clothes now! I'm your newest follower, from Casey's blog :)

Courtney said...

I have been a long time follower, but wanted to leave some love from the October Fest!!!
Courtney
www.lilnoodlebug.com

caroline {good times never seem sew good} said...

I am a new follower via the follow fest! LOVE your cute blog! come say hi sometime :)

xoxo,
Caroline
http://www.sweetcarolinebumbumbum.blogspot.com

Ashley@Heart2Heart said...

Thank you so much for sharing! That is beautiful and so creative, I LOVE it and can't wait to make one.

Style Outside The Box said...

This is such a cute creative idea! people can make them to there own unique styles! very cool! We would love to do a link swap with you!?

kittymclewin said...

very cool. found you by way of the followerfest. pleased to meet you.

-www.kittymclewin.blogspot.com

Nikki @ Saving For A Rainy Day said...

Thank you!!! I've been wanting to do this :)

Also found you via the FF!!

Jodi said...

Found you through the blog hop! Following now, such cute rosettes!

http://sweetsandshutterclicks.blogspot.com

Bethany G said...

Awesome tutorial! Found you via follower fest! :)

Britt said...

Very cute, and wonderful tutorial. thanks so much for sharing!

Handbags*N*Pigtails said...

Great tutorial Mindy! How've you been since our whirlwind weekend in Cali?
I was thinking about your "doggy talk" the other day. It made me smile:)

Terri's Little Haven said...

You are so crafty! Those are so cute!
New google friend connect follower from the Follow fest :)
Terri Ramsey Beavers
Terri's Little Haven
http://terrislittlehaven.com

Melodee said...

love this tutorial, thank you! I'm a new follower of yours from the followers fest! love it if you'd come by my little baby blog, too...
http://polkadotnotebook.blogspot.com/

Anna said...

Love this tutorial! Truly! I just might make these for Christmas presents this year! And, we're adopting, and it'd be a cute adoption fundraiser! I, too, found you through the blog hop, and am so glad I did! :) newest follower!

Natalie Ensor said...

Fab post and fab blog! So glad to have found you through the FF! I'm definitely a follower now! Hope you can swing by for a visit here
http://www.nataliensor.blogspot.com/

Frugal Big Girl said...

New follower from the Followers Fest.

I've been swooning over these necklaces, thanks so much for the tutorial! I will definitely be trying to do this!


http://frugalbiggirl.blogspot.com/

Holly Knitlightly said...

Oooh, so pretty! & easier than you would think! :) Thanks for sharing!

I stumbled over here from the followers fest!
Cheers!
Holly