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Anthropologie is one of my favorite placer to turn into for inspiration, they don't just have the most creative awesome and eco-friendly displays, they always have super cute clothes and accessories!

So today I will show you how easy is to make one of this little necklace:


And in case you wondered my inspiration were this wonderful necklaces:

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Note: Try to find the thinest fabric you can to make this because if the knots are just as big as the pearls you loose the effect.

– Small piece of felt
– Any kind of pearls, I used some old Christmas decoration pearls
-Cutting tools
-Hot glue gun
– Fabric left overs (I used Lycra because it's stretches good to make a thin knot and I had some decent pieces left from the inside of the babydoll)
Cut stripes, mines are 1.5 inches, but it depends on the size of you pearl, try to wrap the pearl in fabric and pin it making sure it goes trough, then leave enough space to sew.
Fold your stripe of fabric in half and sew. After you finish cut the extra leftover (you need to have the less material possible for the knots)
To turn them inside out I always use a safety pin.
1- secure the end of your strap with the safety pin.
2- turn the front to the inside of your strap.
3- pull trough the inside of your strap.
4- reach the other side and pull the safety pin out.
5- keep until all you turned the whole strap.
6- strap ready
1- Put one pearl carefully though the end.
2- Make knots in both ends
3-Pass another pearl.
4- Make another knot.

Do it for as many as you want!

I didn't do it all the way around, and leave some spots without pearls, because I want to attach, the flowers.
To make the flower

1- pass a needle in zig-zag thought the edge of your second piece of fabric.
2- secure the beginning and pass it all the way.
3- secure the end and round the corners.
4- roll the ruffle
5- pin it though to keep it safe.

Cut a small felt circle.
Hot glue the flower to the necklace, glue the piece of felt on top.
You are done!

Necklace Anthropologie

I love how simple and how cute it is! I could make one of each color to spice up my wardrobe :)

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Joy Kelley is a Chilean Designer & lettering Artist. Mom to 3 little boys. Crafter. Pattern lover. Color obsessed. Lemon pie dependent. And the hand behind the HowJoyful Studio & HowJoyful Shop. Read more about her & the blog here →

33 replies
  1. Layla
    Layla says:

    I’m not even kidding, you could be the next freakin’ Martha Stewart. Is there anything you can’t do, Joy?!? :) I don’t think there is. You’re awesome!

  2. Chantal
    Chantal says:

    Oh my! Absolutely amazing! Thanks so much for posting this. I’m gonna make this for all my girlfriends. You never fail to amaze me!

  3. Olga
    Olga says:

    This is so pretty! Thank you for all the awesome tutorials you make and keep the good work, I love your blog :D

  4. Abby @ Sew Much Ado
    Abby @ Sew Much Ado says:

    I LOVE that! So cute! I hope you’ll enter it in the Copycat Challenge that I’m hosting. It’s a knock off contest and the prizes are great! You can find all the details at :).

  5. Jane
    Jane says:

    Your necklace is an awesome inspiration! Many thanks for sharing. I would like to feature it in my blog

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  6. Amanda
    Amanda says:

    Hi Joy,
    I love your blog! Could you tell me how long the strips of fabric need to be? I am assuming 1 1/2 inches wide but didn’t see a measurement for the length, unless I’m just reading over it!

    Great tutorial!

    • Joy
      Joy says:

      Hi Amanda, actually this scan be any length you want, that is why I didn’t set an exact length, what I did was measure a strip of fabric around my neck and see how it looked at different lengths then decided to keep it at 27″ – Hope that helps =]

  7. Lauren
    Lauren says:

    This is really cute, I can’t wait to try it- how did you finish it off though? Like, where did you close your necklace?

    • Joy
      Joy says:

      I finish the necklace in the exact point I wanted the flower to be so I could cover the seam with the flower and to finish it I just sew both ends together.

  8. eveline
    eveline says:

    Thanks for sharing your talents. I love this tutorial. I just finished a necklace too but I didn’t do any sewing, I went the easier way :o)

  9. Ashley
    Ashley says:

    Hi Joy!
    This is seriously amazing. I am looking to do some feature posts when I am going to be out of town in November and would love to feature this amazing tutorial. If you are interested shoot me an email.
    Great work!

  10. grace
    grace says:

    hola! soy de argentina me encanta tu blog! muchas gracias por compartir tu creatividad!!

  11. Ishal
    Ishal says:

    Hi joy nice idea, but I was just wondering how to attach the flower and the circle to the necklace without glue gunning it?

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