Make it! Tas­sel THROW

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Cut a 12x6cm rec­tan­gle from card­board. Wrap wool around it length­ways un­til it feels the right full­ness for your tas­sel. Cut the wool along the bot­tom edge and gen­tly re­move the card­board.

With the wool still folded in half, take a length of match­ing yarn and wrap it around the top by the fold, un­til you’ve cov­ered around 2m, then tie the end to se­cure.

Make as many tas­sels as you need, then sew them onto the edges of a throw (op­po­site edges or all four) at reg­u­lar in­ter­vals.

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