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And wouldn’t a pom garland be fun? Are you ready to make some poms?!
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Finally an easy way to make Poms! Have a great weekend.
SO easy! Thanks Colleen!
I love the yarn that you used. They would make a gorgeous scarf.
Always wanted to make Pom Pom garland, soooooo cute!
(My heart is still palpatating from craft weekend pics. Swoon!)
Fun! Will have to use this in gift wrapping and items for my granddaughter and who knows what else! Thanks for sharing!
used to make these all the time when i was a kid…but sadly couldn’t remember how (since I’m not a kid anymore). I never used a fork though – great idea. thanks for sharing!
So cute…and a great way to keep hands busy this summer. Thanks!
Lovely! I’ve been bitten by the Pom bug. Should you be able to pull the strands out at all once they’ve been tied and trimmed? And is there a better type of yarn to use? Thanks for the fun tutorial!
I knit newborn caps for the hospital and have wanted to make tiny pompoms for them. Now I know how! Thank you.
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