I wrote about a batik fabric necklace and jewelry box tutorial quite a while ago. Among the commentators was Allison who hails from North Carolina. She said she loves batik and wondered if she could use the scraps left over from a sewing project. She asked if 1 inch strips could be used and if the edges had to be finished I thought leaving the edges raw would add character.
This highly creative artisan was as good as her word when she produced this gorgeous batik crochet necklace and wrote about it on her blog, Designing Impressions. She is very, very good if this is just her first attempt. She finished the clasp end beautifully too - just click on the link and check out her blog post for more pictures.
I am both impressed and inspired!
More fabric inspirations:
- How to make fabric jewelry tutorial links
- Statement necklace tutorials from Simplicity
- Make a fabric pop bead toy or necklace for little ones
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