Make a party rosettes necklace with yarn

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Make colorful yarn rosettes and use beads to make rosettes necklace that turns into a yarn bracelet and yarn brooch with ribbon and backing.Make a DIY rosettes necklace with yarn rosettes. Today’s tutorial is about a yarn rosettes necklace which can also turn into a bracelet and a brooch per your liking.

With this tutorial you can create a piece of jewelry which can be worn in three different ways. Depending on your dress, occasion and mood you can change the look.

DIY Yarn rosettes necklace

I made it in colorful yarn rosettes for summer. It looks nice when worn on neutral clothes. And adds some bright colors to the attire.
rosettes necklace

Summer is here! Are you ready to have fun and party? So, Am I. I made this rosettes necklace that can also be worn as a bracelet and also as a brooch. It looks cool in all the ways I wear it. Which way do you think I should wear it the most?

DIY Necklace tutorial

make a rosettes necklace with yarn

Yarn rosettes tutorial

Make rosettes with yarn for this necklace following the yarn rosettes tutorial.
  • Yarn rosettes
  • Beads
  • Thread and needle
  • Felt
  • Ribbon


Once you are satisfied with the arrangement of the rosettes and beads, sew them on a piece of felt. Glue another piece of felt over to hide the stitches. This gives it the neatness we want.

I bought these white beads bracelet and ribbon from Michael’s. (1) Thread the white beads on both sides of the flowers. (2) (3) I wanted the flowers to hang on the left side near my shoulder so I made one side shorter and the other side longer. To make the ruffles, make running stitch into the ribbon using your needle. (4) Keep going until you get the desired length.

Thread a knot at the end and leave some extra ribbon for tying around the neck

yarn rosettes necklace

Glue and cover the back of the felt with ribbon to match the necklace. The white felt on the back was looking ugly.

The ruffled rosettes necklace is complete. Enjoy wearing it on neutrals to brighten it up or

“go happy go lucky” with the chic necklace on trendy colors.

make rosettes necklace

A close-up look of the rosettes necklace.

rosettes necklace closeup

DIY Rosettes Brooch

Use as a bag brooch to add that extra zing to the look.

Just glue a safety pin on the back of the rosettes.

yarn rosettes brooch

DIY Rosettes Bracelet

Wrap the ruffles around your wrist for a fun and flirty rosettes bracelet or rosettes wrap.

yarn rosettes bracelet

Have Fun!

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  1. Irum says:

    Luv it….

  2. Karen says:

    Cute! I love how you made it:) Looks great as a bracelet as well!!

  3. Evelene S says:

    I guessed right it is a necklace-okay a bracelet too!

  4. These look great and easy to make. I love the colors that you used here. I'll try the brooch. Thanks!

  5. Jenni says:

    Beautiful! I love that bag too and the brooch really makes it pop!

  6. Abramyan Avenue says:

    Wow!!! That is too cute! I can see the yarn rosettes dressing up a cute hat too!!
    Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

  7. Delaney says:

    Very cool!

  8. Kristine @ JandMs Eye Candy says:

    SO pretty!! Love how you used ribbon!Thanks for sharing!Kristine

  9. shopannies says:

    thanks for sharing this is something me and the teen daughters may attempt this summer

  10. Katie's Nesting Spot says:

    Really pretty and fun, I think I'd wear it mainly as a bracelet as necklaces make me hot during the summer…for some reason.

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  12. Title Loans says:

    I like the necklace with the pooka shells. My daughter bought one when we went to Hawaii a couple years ago. Thanks for the idea!

  13. Mare says:

    beautiful!!!….. you are so creative:)…. thanks for sharing the tutorial:))….

  14. Just Jaime says:

    fun! Love your colors!

  15. Barbara says:

    What a fun necklace. I will have to try one soon. Great way to use leftover beads, ribbon, and yarn!! Thanks for sharing with us.

  16. Katie says:

    Great job on the necklace! Thank you for linking up to Sew Woodsy last week!

  17. veronica says:

    Versatile and really cute. Hard to pick which way you should wear that because like what you said, it looks cool and lovely in so many ways. It looks like it might also work as a hair accessory!

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  18. The Ellis' says:

    I have never seen those before! They turned out absolutely darling. We would love for you to share this at our link party and come enter our free digital scrapbooking software giveaway!Love,The Sisters @ Six Sister's Stuff

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  20. Louis Stone says:

    Such beautiful pieces of neckless. Especially the leather braided headband

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