Head to Toe Glitz: 20+ DIY Fabric Jewelry Sewing Patterns
This list has sewn jewelry that's chic, cost-effective, and comfortable!
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There's nothing quite as unique as handmade jewelry, and now you don't have to be a professional jeweler to make it. Let your inner sewist join in on the accessorizing fun with these 20+ DIY Fabric Jewelry Sewing Patterns!
All of this DIY fabric jewelry is easy enough for a sewing novice, and it doesn't require anything beyond basic sewing skills. Though this jewelry is a snap to make, it will have you looking runway chic at a fraction of the cost.
In addition to updating your own ensemble with couture flair, these simple patterns make great gifts to friends and family. Give your mother a flower necklace she can pair with her spring best, or give your sister a 1990s-inspired choker for a throwback you both can enjoy. There are even button rings that your kids can wear as costume jewelry!
Since these patterns are made from fabric, they're sure to be comfortable. Say goodbye to pinching metal clasps, noisy bangles, and heavy statement jewelry. Never again get a necklace chain caught in your hair.
All of these pieces are light, breathable, and silent on your body. There's no reason to sacrifice comfort for style, so why not ask more from your accessories?
This year, give your sewing project list a little glam with this list of fabric jewelry patterns. Adorn yourself with anything from leather cuff bracelets to denim rings by following these stunning tutorials! With just a little time at your sewing machine, you're guaranteed to be the envy of all your friends.
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Free Bracelet Patterns
From childhood friendship bracelets to mature beaded beauties, the bracelet is iconic. It goes with almost any outfit and can be worn as an everyday accoutrement or as a fashionable statement piece. These DIY fabric bracelets will give you the accessorization you need to make any outfit pop, like the Romantic Ruffled Bracelet (shown).
Give your wrists a touch of allure with fabric bracelet patterns that are everything from Bohemian to bold to bedazzled to breathtaking. You won't even have to deal with loud jangling jewelry whenever you move your arms! Since they're made out of fabric, these pieces will be both quiet and soft against delicate wrist skin.
- The Rope Bracelet
It can be difficult to pair opposite styles in one outfit, but if you want to look both rough and sweet, look no further than this gorgeous rope bracelet! This easy tutorial will give you a lightly frayed, braided bracelet that'll fit your fashion mood, from grunge to Boho chic.
- Cute Bow DIY Bracelet
Sweet, textured, simple, and shaped like a delicate bow, this DIY fabric bracelet can fit any style, from a party dress to denim shorts! Use any scraps you have laying around to make your own piece you'll wear time and time again with any delightful design chosen.
- The Girl Is Tough Leather Cuff Bracelet
Who says jewelry has to be girly? These rugged leather bracelets are the ultimate accessories for anyone looking to add a little edge to their ensemble. Add a little rough touch to any outfit.
- Easy Elastic Bracelet
With a flashy button fastening and a customizable fit, this elastic bracelet won't slip off your wrist no matter how long you wear it! Pair it with a graphic tee or a sweet summer dress, and you'll stun wherever you go.
- Fabric Cuff Bracelet
These beginner-level bracelets are as simple as they are charming! Mix-and-match your fabrics so you can have a bracelet for every style in your closet.
- DIY Edwardian Ribbon Wrist Cuffs
Whether you're using them for a period costume or to get a runway-inspired look, these wrist cuffs will attract eyes wherever you go.
- DIY Upcycled Fabric Bracelets
Allowing you to customize your level of glitz, this tutorial for DIY Upcycled Fabric Bracelets will give you unique, no-sew jewelry in a matter of minutes! Plus, you can use any fabric on hand.
- DIY Upcycled Braided Bracelets
For a piece that's equal parts rustic, vintage, and budget-friendly, this braided bracelets tutorial is a must-have! It even uses recycled handkerchiefs for patterns you won't find anywhere else.
- Last Minute Party Cuff
It's hard to deck yourself out in bling when you're on a budget and in a hurry. However, this Last Minute Party Cuff will have you glittering in no time, ready to challenge the sparkle of the disco ball! Perfect for holiday parties and more!
- Upcycled Denim Bracelet
There's no need to go out and buy expensive material for this country piece. All you need is an old pair of blue jeans or some leftover denim scraps, and you'll have a beautiful blue bracelet that will match any outfit!
- Fashionable Fabric Watch Band
Customize any watch with this darling fashional watch band made of fabric! In a matter of minutes, you'll have a sweet accessory perfect to wear daily and with any gear.
You've got your jewelry ready to go, but what about your other accessories? Give any ensemble the fashionable flair it needs with a stunning tote bag from this list of free patterns: 12 Beautiful Tote Purse Patterns eBook
Fabric Necklace Tutorials
Necklaces have been part of female accessorization for millennia, and now it's time to update women's jewelry boxes with a list of stunning DIY fabric necklaces! From delicate chains to tight chokers to chunky statement necklaces, like the Striped Tee Necklace (shown), this type of jewelry is among the most versatile. You can wear a necklace with anything from a ratty band t-shirt to a floral maxi dress, and you're sure to turn heads.
This list includes a wide array of materials, like old neckties and velvet, so you're sure to have some usable swatches on hand. They also vary in length, thickness, style, and texture. There's a necklace for everyone on this list!
- Knit Fringe DIY Necklace
Fringe is the hottest accouterment this season, and now you can add it into your wardrobe with just an old t-shirt and some scissors! Everyone will be raving about this stylish couture fringe necklace.
- Anthro Knock Off Akela Necklace
There's no need to pay through the nose for charming Boho accessories. Make your own flower-adorned fabric necklace with this medium-length Anthropologie-inspired pattern!
- Necklace Therapy
Give any outfit a peter pan collar with this simple upcycling tutorial. Turn any old collared shirt into an accessory you'll adore with just scissors, a hook, and a chain. Especially cute with denim and lace!
- Gray Felt Flower Necklace Tutorial
This necklace is romantic, bold, and homey all at the same time! With three gray felt flowers in the center, this simple pattern is ideal for adding a floral flair to any outfit.
- Denim Flower DIY Necklace
Give any outfit a cool-toned, metallic vibe with this upcycled Denim Flower DIY Necklace! With an old pair of jeans, you can make fabric flowers that are both delicate and rugged.
- Designer-Inspired 1990s Velvet Choker Necklace
This '90s-inspired choker takes minutes to make and can be personalized with beaded letters, key chains, and any other keepsake tchotchke you want to display!
- Vintage Scarf DIY Fabric Necklace
Give a touch of whimsy to your spring wardrobe with this refashioned scarf tutorial! Turn any outdated scarf into an accessory you'll want to pair with all of your favorite floral prints.
- 90s Daisy Chain DIY Choker
Vintage never looked so good than with this 90s Daisy Chain DIY Choker! Exercise your hand sewing skill with this vinyl masterpiece.
DIY Fabric Rings
From bejeweled statement pieces to engagement rings to simple bands, rings are nearly as versatile as necklaces! Follow this list of beautiful fabric ring patterns for pieces, like the No Sew Leather Heart Ring Pattern (shown), that will fit how you feel every day of the week.
In addition to being fashion-flexible, these fabric rings are also adaptable to finger size. It may be difficult it is to get a perfect fit with ordinary rings since fingers change shape based on blood flow, water retention, and physical activity. However, fabric rings are much more forgiving to these small changes, and are comfortable no matter what! Never have a ring that fits too tightly again with this ingenious list.
- DIY Denim Ring
Give your accessories a '90s grunge feel with this super simple upcycled DIY Denim Ring. You can even personalize this piece with an embroidered message!
- Easy Button Rings
Colorful, brilliant, easy, and bold, these rings are a perfect accessory to make for and with your kids! Wear them during dress-up or out to dinner.
- Ring Pincushion
Why not have jewelry that's both adorable and practical? Unleash your inner sewist with this clever Ring Pincushion, and you'll never go searching for your pins again!
Want to extend your accessorization prowess to your hair? Try out these Easy Felt Flower Hair Ties to add a little flair to your flowing mane. Check it out here: Easy Felt Flower Hair Ties
What's your favorite piece of fabric jewelry? Let us know below in the comments!
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