Pompom choker bralette harness

A new rave bralette pattern!

I have been balancing pom-poms, tassels and chokers together to create another bralette pattern.

The pompoms were made using the fork technique, the dangling tassel using the finger technique.

Like most crocheters I have a bag of small odds-and-ends wool from past projects. I used this handy stash to create the pom-poms around the neckline by blending complimentary and contrasting colours – e.g. baby pink, blue and lavender or white, yellow and navy. Had no strong plan for the colour pattern so I made too many pom-poms for this particular project and ended up picking out six that I thought had a nice shabby chic aesthetic sewn together.

What do you think?


I have more trancewear available through Depop, or contact me if you have something a little more custom in mind…

I’m working on expanding the studio and getting an expandable dressmakers dummy for larger wearable art pieces. So many ideas in the pipeline! Donate directly here if you want to start seeing ballgowns and pantsuits and onesies and corsetry…every penny is treasured and I am endlessly grateful for the support!

😘Thanks for reading!

About kellymarietheartist

Visual artist originally from Australia, travelling the world creating crocheted wearable art and functional textile pieces. Sustainable art and slow fashion made from recycled fabrics, wools and metal. Colourful. Psychedelic. Unique.
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