Blue Sky Fibers

DIY Tassel Kit (Imagine)

Get craft happy with Blue Sky Fibers’ new DIY tassel kits. This simple and fun-to-make tassel is giftable as a kit or finished piece. Best of all, it can be completed in less than a half hour – knitting skills not required!  Each DIY kit includes all materials needed to complete the project including: mini-hanks of Woolstok, Suri Merino, and Brushed Suri, birchwood message tag, cherrywood alpaca charm, key ring and instructional booklet.  Also included is a bonus complimentary Blue Sky Fibers pattern download card.

 

With Woolstok Red Rock and an “imagine” message tag, this tassel is an ideal choice for the dreamer, creative or romantic in your life.

KIT INCLUDES:

1 mini hank Blue Sky Fibers Woolstok Worsted (100% Highland Peruvian Wool; 5g/12yds) (A)

1 mini hank Blue Sky Fibers Suri Merino (60% Baby Suri Alpaca, 40% Fine Merino; 10g/17yds) (B)

1 mini hank Blue Sky Fibers Brushed Suri (67% Baby Suri Alpaca, 22% Fine Merino, 11% Bamboo; 5.6g/16yds) (C)

Wooden message tag with BSF logo on reverse side

Wooden alpaca charm

Key ring

Instructional booklet

Complimentary pattern download card

 

TOOLS NEEDED:

Scissors

 

SKILL LEVEL:

Beginner

No. 1315 Red Rock (A)

No. 431 Ice Cap (B)

No. 900 Whipped Cream (C)

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