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Ruffle up your neck with these DIY necklaces

DIY Red Ruffle Necklace Ruffle up your neck with these DIY necklaces

Have you seen these fabric ruffle necklaces around? I’ve seen them retailing at Etsy for above US$20. But I’ve got three here and they cost me nothing for they were made from scraps of fabrics. I can make more but I don’t have enough chains to make them with.

They are very easy to make and all that is needed are a pair of scissors, thread and needle. All right, you’ll need chains or cords but you can also use ribbons or lace; anything that can double up as a necklace.

DIY Ruffle Necklace Ruffle up your neck with these DIY necklaces

Adds a feminine touch
I made this from the sleeve of my son’s old tee. it’s got some nice stitching that makes it look interesting. The thing about ruffles is that they immediately add a feminine touch to any outfit; I love them!

DIY Grey Ruffle Necklace Ruffle up your neck with these DIY necklaces

Hem them in
It’s better to use the hem because you can use the open end to contain the chain. Alternatively, you can sew the other end and use the hem to keep the fabric from fraying.

Ruffle Necklace Ruffle up your neck with these DIY necklaces

Types of fabric
I found that different fabric yields different results. I didn’t have any organza fabric at home or that would have made a nice ruffle necklace. I must try to get those fabric to try soon.

DIY Fabric Ruffle Necklace Ruffle up your neck with these DIY necklaces

Looks like a mini curtain
This one was made from an old shirt. The material is a bit stiff so it isn’t as soft as the other two. But still, it’s a nice color although my husband asked me why I was wearing a curtain around my neck. LOL.

DIY Purple Fabric Ruffle Necklace Ruffle up your neck with these DIY necklaces

Tutorial on Viva Woman Facebook
You can check up the pictures on Viva Woman Facebook Page on how to make this. Like the DIY fabric flower bracelet, it’s easy to make and can be completed under 10 minutes once all materials are ready.

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About Sesame Chew

Blogger and founder of Viva Woman, Sesame is a skin care addict who is fond of using natural & organic beauty products. She also enjoys ogling at handmade jewelry & cute stationery.



  1. Really cute~ You chose really nice fabrics! I didn’t know this sort of thing was popular, but then again, I don’t frequent etsy often. ;P I’ll check out the tutorial!

  2. I love these DIY posts. I am already getting ideas for my own necklaces, like adding beads, twisting up the fabric, etc.
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  3. My rusty mind can never come up with anything creative. The only time in my life that I can (barely) call myself creative was when I was so obsessed with handmade jewelry. I actually made scores of necklaces, earrings, and pendants for me and my friends. The process of creating things felt so great :)
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    • sesame says:

      Oh please…if you can make necklaces, earrings and pendants, then you are very creative! You’re just being humble. ;)

  4. Cant help wondering if there is any way the fabric can be stitched/ hemmed (with velcro?) so that they can be used interchangeably with one chain…

  5. it’s so unique and there is only one in the world :D
    p/s: love your hub’s sense of humor
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  6. very creative and chic at almost no cost! love ingenous yet fab ideas like this!
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  7. We are creatures of habit who are basically lazy and love to leave things until the last minute.

    Genuine pearls warm to the skin faster than glass pearls – while plastic ones have a tendency to feel warm right away.
    Precious metal clay (PMC) is surely an ideal material in making jewellery.
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