Fabric Circles Necklace
Beginner | 20 min 57 sec
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This project is a chic way to use fabric scraps – as well as mix prints with felt and neon thread. The necklace Annabel and her daughter designed is reversible, and its series of stitched lines creates a beautiful sketched quality. It makes a great beginning sewing project because of its freeform nature, and the bold finished piece adds cheer to any outfit.

 
Here’s what you’ll need:
Materials:
  • 8 wool felt scraps
  • 8-10 fabric scraps
  • cardboard toilet paper roll
  • Frixion erasable pen
  • nylon neon twine or cord
  • scarp scissors
  • Phoomph for fabric by Coats and Clark or double sided fusible interfacing
  • sewing machine and machine sewing thread
Downloads:
Learn how to:
  • Tracing and cutting circles
  • Sewing fabric circles
  • Assembling and sewing bib necklace

What you’ll get:
  • An easy-to-follow lesson on how to make a fabric circle necklace
  • 5 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
  • Detailed supply list
  • Step-by-step expert instruction from artist Annabel Wrigley
  • The ability to leave comments, ask questions and interact with other students
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Class Reviews
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Mrs Rosemary Andrews
A lovely relaxed lesson again ,I have just a couple of issues with this ,as I feel that Abigails daughter could have used smaller scissors and that they could have used less thread if they had used the cutter bar that is usually combined in the back of the sewing machine ,if you were making several of these necklaces you would cut nearer the edge for the circles and use less thread by using the cutter bar .I'm sorry for mentioning this ,but I'm always looking to save waste as much as possible saving yourself extra cost in the long-term .Just enjoyed the classes as usual .
More than 3 months ago
Judy White
Well I gave a both a five star but for some reason my IPad would not do it. I liked the way you taught the class step by step. Good Job
More than 3 months ago
Maren Wood
holy cow who new you could do that!?
More than 3 months ago