Wednesday, February 19, 2014

DIY Fabric Scrap Necklace


 When Lauren of Titchy Threads asked if I wanted to participate in a Petit Series, I was totally excited! I decided to make this fabric necklace. It's fun, simple and my kids love it which is exactly Celina's style. The full tutorial is HERE.

 I basically grabbed my scrapbag and pulled out each and every pink or purple scrap of fabric. (and believe me, I have quite a few!) I cut them all into two inch strips, and sub cut those into smaller pieces if needed.

Sewing them all together was a ton of fun, and I still have lots of extra pieces! Quick tip-- to turn it easily, you can sew a ribbon into one of the short sides, and then just pull to turn the entire tube.

I could have done a better job stuffing the necklace, but I was watching new episodes of Sherlock at the time, so you'll have to forgive me.

My daughter loves it, and my son has also asked for a necklace for himself. I guess I need to get more scraps together!

Check out the rest of the Celina inspired posts going live today-- just click on each picture to be taken to the post.


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9 comments:

  1. Oh very fun!! I should def make my kids one of these!! �� great job!

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  2. Oh nice job Palak! Your daughter is so adorable.

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  3. Beautiful! What a sweetie your daughter is...

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  4. I love your necklace! I made one too...but I wish I was as smart as you to use the ribbon to make it easier to turn the tube. :)

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  5. your daughter is so cute. I love the necklace

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  6. This is very innovative and creative way to use wastage fabric scrap.I like this concept.By adding some more creative elements this can be made even more beautiful.
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