So how do you make your pompoms? I have struggled on many attempts to make a nice, full attractive pompom and doing it on the cheap. By that I mean, like wrapping it around cardboard, checkbook cover, small book or anything that would hold my yarn.
But I broke down and purchased this handy gadget and pom pom making has become fun and rewarding. I now can actually make the pom poms I desired.
One side of maker wrapped. Both sides wrapped.
First side cut. Both sides cut and ready for tying.
Tied and ready to take off of maker. Ready for a quick shake to fluff it.
Ready for trimming if needed.
This is the maker I used-Clover Pom Pom Maker
and well worth the price for the amount of time it has saved
me. Finish off your knitting or crochet project with a professional
looking Pom Pom.
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This article is from the Discover Magazine