Removable Ring Tassel

Free Crochet Pattern

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You may use it for your personal use but please do not distribute this pattern in whole or in part. You may share direct links only to this pattern and sell your finished work.
 
I would love to see photos of your finished Riverbend Drawstring Cowl on social media. So please don’t forget to tag me and use hashtag #yarnitidroppedastitch.
 
ps: I always try my best to ensure that my patterns are error free. However, if you find any mistakes or have any questions on any of my patterns, please send me an email .

Pattern is in US Terminology

Materials

  • 1 Aunt Lydia’s Crochet Thread Golden Yellow ; Size 10
  • 1 2.0 mm Crochet Hook
  • 1 Smooth Plastic Stitch Marker Ring; Size 0.55″ / 1.4 cm
  • 1 Lobster Clasp; Size 12 mm and 1 Open Jump Ring; Size 0.5 mm
  • 1 Large Clover Tassel Maker (optional)
  • 1 Pair of Scissors
  • 1 Tapestry Needle

Let's Begin

Step 1: Attach the 5 mm jump ring to the lobster clasp. 

Step 2: Make a slip knot. Single Crochet 12 stitches around plastic ring. Do not fasten.

Step 3: To attach the jump ring to the plastic ring, Single Crochet into the jump ring (with attached lobster clasp). Do not fasten.

Step 4: Continue to Single Crochet 12 more, to complete the round Slip Stitch to close. Fasten and weave in ends.

Step 5: We’re making, approximately, a 5″ tassel.  I use a Tassel Maker by Clover but you can use any tool or card that you would normally use. Wind the crochet thread around for 50 – 60 times. You can add more rounds but not too many more or your all of your threads won’t fit through the plastic ring.

Step 6: Cut the threads so you’ll end up with about fifty strands of 10″ threads. Insert all the 50 strands together through the plastic ring from Step 3. 

Step 7: Cut a piece of thread about 20″ long and wind it around the strands to secure it, as shown. Cut the bottom of the tassel to your desired length and ta-da! You just made a removable ring tassel! 

Last but not least, I cannot wait to see Removable Ring Tassels that you made! So don’t forget to tag me @yarnit.idroppedastitch and include hash tag #yarnitidroppedastitch in your posts on social media. 

Thank you and enjoy your removable tassels!!

~Normala