Since our last tassel-related post, I’ve been dying to do another post, but this time with bigger tassels. I’d had my eye on
1. Using our
2. Wrap the rope up and around your shoulder to see how long the straps need to be. Cut them to the correct length. Using your hot glue gun, hot glue the ends of the rope so that it doesn’t unravel.
3. Space the tassels out along your rope so they are placed in even increments. With your embroidery needle, thread the ends of the tassels through the rope and tie a tight knot.
4. Hot glue the knot of the tassel in place and trim any loose yarn ends.
5. Cut four small loops out of string or yarn and hot glue them to the inside of the hat at equal distances.
6. Use the keyring on the jewelry clasp to connect it to one end of the rope. Tie the other end of the rope to one of the loops you just placed on the inside of the hat.
7. Use the clasps to connect the rope to the inside of the hat and transform them into straps.
Be right back, going to go add straps to all of my hats now! This project is so simple I was debating on actually posting this one, but I love how it turned out and I’m totally adding hat “backpacks” to my list of accessories!