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Learn how-to make a chain tassel with Erin from Thanks, I Made It and then put your new skill to the test with her DIY Chain Tassel Necklace tutorial.


  • How to make a jewelry settings. How To: Chain Tassel - Step 1
    Step 1

    Cut your chain into small sections. I used 6 pieces, 1 1/2 inches each.

  • How to make a jewelry settings. How To: Chain Tassel - Step 2
    Step 2

    Open the end of the eye pin, add the chains to the loop, and close. Tip: If the loop is too small for your chain, you can use a jump ring to attach the chains to the loop instead.

  • How to make a jewelry settings. How To: Chain Tassel - Step 3
    Step 3

    Slide the pin through an end cap. Grip the wire as close to the base as you can with pliers, then bend the wire at a 90 degree angle.

  • How to make a jewelry settings. How To: Chain Tassel - Step 4
    Step 4

    Trim the wire down to about 1 cm and bend into a loop with round nose pliers to finish the tassel. Use the loop or a jump ring to attach to your jewelry.

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