Fabric Rosette Statement Necklace: D-I-Y

Fabric Rosette Statement Necklace: D-I-Y

Hello Ladies,

First of all a big thanks to all of you for liking my DIYs, it really motivates me 🙂 coming back to today’s tutorial, today we are going to make a statement necklace. I don’t wear statement pieces regularly but I love adding fun pieces in my collection hoping to wear them some day 😛 So when my niece was here I made a fabric flower neck piece for her, outcome was good so I thought why not make one more for myself. For her I made it in in baby pink with few more flowers but for myself I wanted something understated in solid color, so I used grey. You can select any color of your choice. So are you all ready? let’s get started then.
Fabric Rosette Statement Necklace D-I-Y
Things we need:

• 2 to 21/2 inch wide 15 inch long fabric strip for each flower.
• Felt or any thick cloth to use as base.
• Chain of desired length (as per the length of necklace you want) or you can use ribbon too if you want.
• Some beads for decoration (optional)
• Scissors, fabric glue or hot glue, feviquic, thread & needle.
Fabric Rosette Statement Necklace D-I-Y materials needed
Step 1, 2 & 3: Take one strip of the fabric, keep it straight on a flat surface, fold both the raw edges inside towards the center then fold it in half.

Step 4: Make a tight knot at the end of the strip. Make sure you keep your raw edges folded in as you tie your knot. The tighter you make your knot, the better your rosette center will appear.

Step 5: Keep your raw edges folded in as you start your rosette. Hold onto the knot’s tail and bring fabric down as you turn around the center. This will help keep the center nice and tight. Go for two turns then glue it.
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Step 6: now start twisting the fabric from bottom to top towards you as shown in picture and roll towards you. Keep doing this and keep gluing every 2 turns. Keep the center tighter so that your flower wont  fall off, and add glue at the bottom  so that it wont look ugly at the top.

Step 7: keep twisting and rolling till you reach the end of the fabric strip.

Step 8: glue the fold and paste it at the back.

Step 9: cut out the extra fabric and the fabric tail.

Step 10 & 11: now let your flower dry. Make all the flowers in same way. In my design I am using 3 flowers of same color you can mismatch the color and increase the number of flowers if you want.
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Step 12: When all then flowers are ready then attach them on the felt using glue.

Step 13: to make it stronger you can even sew the flowers on the felt.

Step 14: once done cutout the extra felt, according to the shape of the necklace.

Step 15: for added protection and to give a cleaner look to the back of the necklace, glue another piece felt at back. Then cut out extra.

Step 16: the flower arrangement is done. Glue some beads at the center to beautify them if you wish you can add some more beads of different color and size too.

Step 17: now attach the chain at back of the flowers using feviquick or hot glue. Glue a small piece of felt on top of it to secure it. Let it set for some time.

Step 18: that’s all; your handmade fabric rosette statement necklace is all ready for use.
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Go on and flaunt it in different colors and you can try in in prints too…. It looks very nice with plain shirts or blouses. You can even use flowers of different sizes to get different patterns. I have seen this kind of necklace online ranging from $25 to $200, but you can make it on your own for almost free of cost. So let you imagination guide you and make your own fabric rosette statement necklace.
Fabric Rosette Statement Necklace D-I-Y
Hope you guys liked this tutorial and will try it too 🙂

PS: attaching a picture of a handmade photo frame I made with my niece which she will gift her parents on their anniversary. I decorated it using quilling.
Paper quilled photo frame

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55 thoughts on “Fabric Rosette Statement Necklace: D-I-Y

  1. You are a great artist Sweta *jai ho* *drool* *woot* i loved the necklace that you made… almost looks like the ones we find in the shops.. great workk… i love flowery necklaces *happy dance* *haan ji*

  2. awesome sweta.. *clap* u r an all rounder yaar.. *jai ho* *jalwa* am saving all posts for future neetu.. *happydance* *happydance*

  3. Wow such a pretty and classy neckpiece u hv made!!! *clap*
    Loved the photo frame as well. What is the black background on the frame?

    1. Thanks Prerna *thankyou*
      That black thing is stone powder which came out of the filter from out old water purifire…
      I just did not feel like throwing it so kept it for doing some craft, finally used here 🙂

    1. You are so darn talented, Sweta ! I suck at DIYing jewelry (hey, can’t be great at everything, right ) but I would totally buy this! It’s so unique and can dress up any t-shirt ! Super cool !

  4. Sweta u r indeed very creative..
    LOved ur finishing of the necklace
    Luks js lyk d ones v find in shops.. *clap*
    Tooo gud!!!

  5. Shewta, from where can i buy this chain? I have so many designs in my mind but cannot implement it due unavailability of chain 🙁 🙁

  6. Gr8 DIY n nicely explained *thankyou* for sharing dat frame pic as my bf is g0ing dubai 4 1yr so i wz thnkng 2mek sumthng dat he wil kp wth him so thanku 4giving me dat idea

  7. all i can do this for u *jai ho* *jai ho* *jai ho* *jai ho* *jai ho*
    so awesome and talented u are Sweta .. amazing work *clap* *clap*

  8. the necklace turned out to be so unique and stunning shweta. :)) and the photo frame is just beautiful. Love how creative you are. *hunterwali* *hunterwali*

    1. Thanks Neha 🙂
      that black black particle is some stone powder used in filter of water purifire… I got it from my old filter… I think some craft stores sell such stone powder too in different colours… used long long back in school once, just try 🙂

  9. Shweta your work is simply amazing *clap*
    Love the photo frame and the neck piece.. *happy dance*
    too good , very creative 🙂

  10. OMG sooooper doooper ur such an artist.. no words to describe… will definately try it…. *clap* *happydance* *happy dance* *happy dance* *happy dance*

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