This bib necklace is inspired by one I saw at Anthropologie, and I made it with stuff I found at my local craft thrift store, Knittn’ Kitten. You can use pretty much anything you want to customize this necklace. You should be able to find some of your materials at the dollar store, too! Make an Anthropologie-inspired necklace with ribbon, cord, fabric, and sequined appliques (or create your own sequin medallions).

This is the Anthropologie necklace that inspired my project.

Project Estimate:

  • Cord, ribbon, or fabric, $1 or on hand
  • Sequin appliques, $1 each and up
  • Hot glue, on hand
  • Needle & thread, on hand

Total: Free and up

You can find my instructions in the free ebook “Crafts for The Knittn’ Kitten.” This fall, a bunch of Portland crafters (myself included) banded together to create free project sheets for the Kitten to encourage locals to shop at our favorite store, and now they’re all available in a free ebook that anyone can download! You’ll find my project along with eight other amazing free projects to make.

Go here to download

The book was designed by Sister Diane and the cover photos and a bunch of other photos are by Lee Meredith.

Happy holidays!