Make a Pretty Rosette Necklace

comments (3) March 2nd, 2016     

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_nikki_ Nicole Smith, contributor
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Make a statement with fabric, chain, and ribbon.
Cut out fabric circles.
Attach the rosettes to the base.
Make a statement with fabric, chain, and ribbon.

Make a statement with fabric, chain, and ribbon.

Photo: Jack Deutsch

Assemble the necklace

Hand-sew rosettes to the cluster base and to each other to form a rosette chain. Then, hand-sew a chain to link the necklace pieces together. For an easy closure, use silk ribbon threaded through the chain ends.

1. Cut out the cluster base. Enlarge the template on a photocopier. Cut one each from the buckram and panné. Add a 1⁄4-inch seam allowance to your template, and cut that template from the panné.




2. Assemble the base.
Center the buckram on the larger panné piece's wrong side, and glue it in place. Wrap the panné raw edges around the buckram, and glue them in place. Place the smaller panné piece over the buckram, and glue it in place, as shown at left.

3. Attach the rosettes. Arrange the larger rosettes on the base, and hand-sew them in place until the base is covered in rosettes.



4. Make the rosette chain.
Hand-sew a chain of rosettes together along their centers. Knot thread and sew through a smaller rosette's center. Sew through a second rosette center and repeat, as shown above, to form a small rosette chain.




5. Attach the metal chain.
Hand-sew the metal chain to the rosette cluster and the rosette chain.




6. Attach the ribbon ties.
Cut the ribbon into two equal lengths. Thread one ribbon through the last link in the metal chain at either end of the necklace and knot it in place.



excerpted from SewStylish Quick Stuff to Sew, Vol. 3

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Comments (3)

Stewart_J writes: Are you the model with the necklace, Nicole? It stands amazingly good on that girl. What a lovely smile :) !
Posted: 5:07 am on May 26th
AnnaHarris1952 writes: This necklace is amazing! I love flowers on jewellery. I will try do this.
Posted: 1:06 pm on May 10th
meemee writes: THANKS!! This would look great made with my leftover scraps of marbled silk! I can't wait to try it and take a picture foryou!
Blessings,
Kathy
Posted: 7:51 pm on May 2nd
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