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Everyone loves Pom-Pom. How do you make pom-pom for your kniiting or crochet project. By hand? It's hard to control the size and wasting a lot of yarn by trimming to the desired shape. By making your own template? It's not worth the time. I'm using Clover Pom-Pom Maker to make pom-pom for all my knitting and crochet project. It's inexpensive and available in Joann, Michael's, Amazon...almost every where you shop for your craft supply. It's easy to use and the color of the Pom-Pom makers are bright and vibrant. It's really fun to make pom-pom by using the clover Pom-Pom maker.
Heading Here for my Llama Glow Pom-Pom Hat Knitting Pattern
or Here for my Candy Cane Holiday Pom-Pom Hat
How to use:
Start wrapping the yarn from left to right around the arch. Make sure the tension of yarn is even. Count the rounds. (Mine is 130 rounds.) The more thread you wrap around, the thicker your pom pom will be.
When finish wraping the first arch, feed the yarn through the middle gap to the second arch. Keep wrapping. Make sure the rounds on the second arch is the same as on the first arch
When both arches are wrapped, push them together. Get your sharp scissors ready and start cutting.
Cut a long strand of yarn and fold in half. Thread the yarn through the groove and make a single knot. Make sure the knot is tight so that the pom-pom wouldn’t fall apart. Turn to the other side and make a double knot to secure the pom-pom.
Carefully open the arches one by one, and pull the middle apart. Now you get the pom-pom but not a perfect one. Using your scissors to trim the pom-pom to your desired shape.
Isn't it fun?
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