Make it Tas­sel wall hang­ing

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1 Cut a rec­tan­gu­lar piece of cardboard, around 12cm x 6cm. Wrap wool around the rec­tan­gle length­ways un­til it feels as full as you’d like your tas­sel to be. Cut the yarn along the bot­tom edge and gen­tly re­move the rec­tan­gle. 2 With the yarn still folded in half, take a length of match­ing or con­trast­ing yarn and wrap it around the top (where the yarn is folded), then tie to se­cure. 3 Make mul­ti­ple tas­sels, thread a nee­dle with em­broi­dery thread (knot­ted at the end), push through the top of each of the tas­sel and tie to a wooden rod or dowel. 4 To hang, tie the ends of a sin­gle length of thread to each end of the rod, and loop over a nail or tack.

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