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This is very handy if you need to make a few small pom poms!!

It works very well! We tried it!

You need a fork and some wool to get started!

1. Wrap your wool around the fork – try wrap it in the middle of the prongs

We wrapped our wool around the fork about 30 times (30 times around).

 

Then tie a little wool – in the centre prong – around the wrapped wool. Tie it as tight as you can as this is what holds the pom pom together!

Slide it off the fork carefully, cut both sides.

Fluff it out and there you go, a perfect little pom pom, made on a fork!

 

  • Fantastic! Can’t wait to try this with the kids. Pom poms galore!

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  • Fantastic! I had been thinking about making a pom pom garland but wasn’t sure about investing in some of those expensive pom pom thingameys. I will definitely give this a go!

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  • This is bizarrely perfect! My daughter is having a high tea birthday and I was trying to figure out how to keep the kids busy between courses! Just need some wool and scissors.

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  • I remember doing this as a kid…!

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  • OMG so simple but useful!

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  • WOW! So simple! Who knew?

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  • This is a great little idea – now to find a gaint fork!

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  • Wow! Too easy! Thanks for sharing!

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  • My boys love t make these and they are everywhere all over the house. We are now using them to decorate birthday presents.

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  • That is a easy way to make.. thnks

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  • Thanks for a great idea to entertain the growing grandkids.

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  • What a mind blower! I am going to get a fork and try that! Forks are very versatile. I get some very strange looks sometimes when I use a fork looming. It is so much easier to pick up the bottom stitches on a circular loom especially if you are using multiple stands of yarn.

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  • Love this was of making one am going to try with the kids

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  • This is so much easier than cutting out cardboard rings! Must try this with the students in my class.

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  • That is so cute and easy, thank you!

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