* fabric necklace

Posted on March 12th, 2007 by maitreya. Filed under Jewelry, Sewing/Fabric Crafts.

Cribbed this idea from a Japanese craft book (sorry, too lazy to look it up now). The original has embroidery, which I tried (other side), but I ended up liking the backing fabric better. More graphic. The yarn is called “rotten cotton,” which I think is a hilarious name for a yarn. I have a ton of it that my sister gave me.


ps. anyone else out there playing along with the NIN ARG? yep, I’m obsessed.

2 Responses to “fabric necklace”

  1. Collen Says:

    Nice. very mod. I was wondering, any updates on the “special offer” of rick rack and such?

  2. miss violet Says:

    oooh, what’s the NIN ARG?

    (I know what args are, but there’s a NIN arg!?)


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