Bead and Fabric Necklace

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I wanted to make a fun necklace with scrap fabric, a bunch of beads I had laying around, alongside with some beads I made out of cornstarch awhile back.


Choose a piece of fabric as long as you'd like your necklace. Keep in mind you will be tying a bow to fasten it. I used the lining to an old skirt.

Total Time: 45 minutes

Yield: 1 necklace

Link: Here is a link to the Cornstarch Beads on ThriftyFun.




  1. Fold the fabric strip in half before sewing and make sure it will be wide enough for your big beads to pop in after sewed shut. Sew up the side.
  2. Push your chopstick in to assist turning the fabric inside out.
  3. String your first exterior bead. This will be your stopper for when you start popping in the interior beads.
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  5. Put your first bead or marble inside the bag.
  6. Continue by alternating beads, exterior then interior, until you reach your desired length.
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  8. Sew up the ends of the necklace.


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