Creatively Beth creates a trendy Fringe Chandelier with embroidery hoops #fringe #embroideryhoop

Trendy Fringe Chandelier DIY Tutorial

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My trendy Fringe Chandelier is very up-to-the-minute and the deep turquoise color of the Chainette Fringe is the perfect trim to make this a quick and easy DIY project to complete. Fun, colors make a great addition to a teen’s bedroom and elegant colors like black and ivory are a wonderful accent to a living or dining room.  There is a wide variety of colors and lengths of Chainette Fringe, so you can create a Trendy Fringe Chandelier to compliment your home décor.

Creatively Beth creates a trendy Fringe Chandelier with embroidery hoops #fringe #embroideryhoop

 

Here’s What You Need to create a trendy Fringe Chandelier:

Here’s How to create a trendy Fringe Chandelier:

STEP ONE

Paint the embroidery hoops with dark brown craft paint, let dry. Attach fringe to the outside of each hoop with a glue gun.

Creatively Beth creates a trendy Fringe Chandelier with embroidery hoops #fringe #embroideryhoop

 

STEP TWO

When creating a joint, apply a small amount of hot glue, let the glue set.

Creatively Beth creates a trendy Fringe Chandelier with embroidery hoops #fringe #embroideryhoop

 

After the glue has hardened, cut with scissors. Then overlap fringe slightly to hide the seam.  This will also prevent the fringe from fraying and unraveling.

Creatively Beth creates a trendy Fringe Chandelier with embroidery hoops #fringe #embroideryhoop

STEP THREE

Attach fringe to the inside of each embroidery hoop with a glue gun.  A double layer of fringe will create a full looking chandelier without any “bald” spots.

Creatively Beth creates a trendy Fringe Chandelier with embroidery hoops #fringe #embroideryhoop

 

STEP FOUR

Cut four lengths of twine 18” long and glue to the 10” hoop at 12 o’clock, 3 o’clock, 6 o’clock and 9 o’clock. Cut eight lengths of twine 4” long. Glue four lengths to the 8” hoop at 12 o’clock, 3 o’clock, 6 o’clock and 9 o’clock. Glue four lengths to the 6” hoop at 12 o’clock, 3 o’clock, 6 o’clock and 9 o’clock.

Line up all three hoops. Glue the twine from the 6” hoop to the inside of the 8” hoop. Glue the twine from the 8” hoop to the inside of the 10” hoop.

 

Creatively Beth creates a trendy Fringe Chandelier with embroidery hoops #fringe #embroideryhoop

 

STEP FIVE

Tie the four 18” lengths of twine in a knot at the top, then hang and enjoy!

NOTE:  If you prefer a more refined finished product you can use embroidery floss or ribbon instead of twine.

Creatively Beth creates a trendy Fringe Chandelier with embroidery hoops #fringe #embroideryhoop

 

I hope that you will use my trendy Fringe Chandelier as a jumping off point to showcase YOUR home decor creativity!

Complete this beginner level project in just about 2 hours with simple supplies that are available at most big box craft stores.  Customize the color and length to create the perfect accent piece for YOUR home!

 

Creatively Beth creates a trendy Fringe Chandelier with embroidery hoops #fringe #embroideryhoop

If you enjoyed this Home Decor DIY then be sure to check out Upcycled Faux Cactus or Coastal Denim Pillows 

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5 Comments
  • Seriously love this idea!! I have beaded fringe in my stash and might just use it now! Thanks for sharing this idea Beth! 😊

    June 7, 2019 at 1:35 pm
  • anna m connell
    Reply

    I would love to make this with my grand daughters, how many yards of fringe would I need for this project?

    August 7, 2019 at 2:26 am
      • anna m connell
        Reply

        Thank you so much! Going out today to buy supplies! Cannot wait to make!

        August 7, 2019 at 2:55 pm

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