DIY Tassel Chandelier

9 Materials
8 Hours

My DIY tassel chandelier is inspired by the Anthropologie FELA chandelier, but as always I like to put my personal spin on it. So let me introduce you to my version. It's fun, cheeky and exciting! Find full tutorial on my blog here.I chose yarn from KnitPicks and it is amazing! They have a great variety of yarns at a great price.

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Gather your materials

Make tassels

I give a step by step instructions on the blog and in YouTube video.Make 83 for the top ring, 52 for the middle ring and 41 for the small ring.Lay down all the tassels and start to tie them to the rings. I figured that doing it while tassels are hanging is the best approach. Repeat with all the rings.Break the chain

Break the chain and make eight 3″ chains to connect the loops and four 8″ chains to connect it with the 1″ ring.Attach chain to the rings

First, attach middle ring with the small one, then move up to the big one. Attach the longer chains to 1" ring on the pendant lightTrim tassels

Trim the extra thread on the top. I tied an extra knot so it’s more secure. Cut bottoms of tassels to give it an even and aesthetic look!!

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