I tried something new: I made this pendant necklace. It’s made of felt and embroidered with floss. The back is made from scraps of a recycled felted wool sweater. I added a glass bead and a string to finish it.
I kind of like it, and I think I will be making more of these. There will be a few adjustments though.
What do you think?
EDIT: now FOR SALE in my DaWanda shop here!
16 thoughts on “Felt pendant necklace”
So lovely!!! The colors are gorgeous! Thanks so much for sharing. Would love to have you visit me sometime.
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This is darling!
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What a beautiful pendant! Thanks for sharing.
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Sweet. Love working with felt, this turned out great. ~Musings
I really like this. I don't wear a whole lot of jewelry but I do wear necklaces and this is one I would show off! Very cute. And Felt is such a great fabric to work with. Thanks for sharing this great idea! Krista @ http://ahandfulofeverything.blogspot.com
Simple and lovely!
Lovely pendant, I love the organic feel of the stitching.
That is a pretty color. Well made!
Love the color…this is absolutely beautiful…dropping by through colors Dekor…followed ya 🙂
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Hello to you!! I'm so excited to have you join me this week for my party!! The purple and blue together on your necklace are sooo pretty! Some of my favorite colors together! LOVE how you made it look so cute with the stitching!!
Hope you have a nice weekend!
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Thanks for all the compliments!
You really encourage me… so thanks 🙂
wonderful little creation! thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!
Just love this – so simple – and still very lovely.