Tassels are shipped flat to reduce wrinkling on arrival. Here is a simple way to prepare the tassel for display.
Place the work on upside down on your lap and hold the tassel by the knot that gathers the tassel strands.
While holding knot, and not pulling up on knocker too tightly, separate tassels up the center.
Begin to gently pull and wiggle each tassel, leaving them slightly to the left or right.
Once every strand has been adjusted, turn right side up and gently comb with your fingers. Tassel should be fuller, with each strand separated.
Lay bones out on table, most will curve down to the left. Place smallest from left to right and thread hemp rope through holes.
With equal amounts of rope on either side of bones, tie a loop knot close to bones, but not too tightly, the bones need some room to adjust as they hang.
Tighten knot and add another knot closer to ends of rope, depending on how long you want the bones to hang.
Skull bells are shipped as pictured below.
After laying out bones in correct order, thread twine through holes and gently move bones closer together.
With equal amounts of rope on either side of bones, tie a loop knot close to bones, but not too tightly, the bones need some room to adjust as they hang. Tighten knot towards bones.
With Skull Bell resting on table (preferably cushioned on a towel), thread one side of twine through the center of the bottom flower. Pull up both strands of twine gently so that the flower is upside down.
Tie another loop knot right above flowers edge. Tighten knot.
Gently rotate knot so it sits on the inside hole of the flower. Add dot of crazy glue to knot, and clip twine ends about 1/2" from knot. Done.