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  • Cindy Cade

    Make mini pom poms with a four-pronged dinner fork, scissors and some yarn. An easy way to make tiny pompoms 1. Start by wrapping your yarn around the prongs of your fork (for the green pompom I wrapped 40 times around, for the red pompom I made 60 wraps) and then cut the end of your yarn. [the examples in the photo are made from DK acrylic yarn] 2. Cut a length of yarn 20cm or so long, and thread beneth your yarn wraps between 2nd and 3rd fork prong. Pass the other end of this length of yarn between prongs over the top of the yarn bundle. Pull both ends and tie into a tight knot. 3. Slip yarn bundle off the end of your fork. snip through all the loops of yarn, and roll pompom between palms to ‘fluff’. Trim any uneven ends. 4. Admire pompoms. via: Eskimimi Knits

  • Alexandria Lucero Torres

    Mini pom poms. DIY project that even kids can do.. @Cassandra Davelaar

  • かおりん

    Tiny pom poms made on a fork #DIY #pompom #shortcut

  • Georgina WittmanToates

    Make a pom pom using a fork. Great cat toys.

  • Karen Crowe

    DIY and crafts idea | DIY and Crafts photos

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