I don't understand Pom Poms

(10 Posts)
TheLittleFoxes Sat 19-Mar-16 15:42:00

I have a Clover pompom maker but my pom-poms are still very unsatisfactory.

GrouchyKiwi Fri 18-Mar-16 20:49:43

I am shit at pompoms too, and then my daughters just pull them apart and leave the little bits of wool everywhere.

I am never making them again.

Except maybe on knitting projects. Undecided on that point.

Doyouthinktheysaurus Fri 18-Mar-16 20:42:07

Clover Pom Pom makers are the business.

I made an amazing wreath out of Pom poms with those gadgets, so easy and quick to do. I will never dread making a Pom Pom ever again.......

activeme777 Thu 17-Mar-16 09:44:42

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LaurieFairyCake Sun 13-Mar-16 17:01:13

I'm using a Pom maker. I've tried all different wools and they just seem to not go tight enough - maybe I'm not strong enough to tie them?

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squicketysquack Sun 13-Mar-16 16:58:07

Seconding the Clover pom pom makers. Least crafty person EVER here and even I can make a reasonable pom pom using them.

ThreadyPants Sun 13-Mar-16 16:54:09

Pom Pom makers are amazing, 5 minutes and it's done. The best are made by Clover.


BoyGirlBoy3 Sun 13-Mar-16 16:52:45

If you are making it on 2 circles of card, split the two circles apart, and then wind the wool around the middle, really tightly, then tie 2 strong knots.

seven201 Sun 13-Mar-16 16:45:24

Hmmm I've never had that problem. Is it on a Pom Pom maker? Have you watched YouTube clips? Maybe it's the type of wool you have...

LaurieFairyCake Sun 13-Mar-16 16:18:57

confused I can't tie the wool round tight enough for the bits not to fall out. Wool is too stretchy a substance.

My Pom no work sad

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