Blooms, Brights, Christmas, Ombre, Rainbow
These Pompom kits are full of fun possibilities! Whether you use them to make something new like a garland or use them to update an existing product – for instance, stitching/tying them onto the corners of a cushion, you’ll be spoilt for choice! They’re the perfect kit to create an alternative for your Christmas present wrapping too! Add festive colourful pompoms to each present or use to hang on the tree…
You could mix the colours together to make each pompom multicoloured, keep them solid colours …or a mixture of both. Get creative and use them in any way you can imagine.
This little kit makes a brilliant project to do in front of the TV as well as a fun activity with children (bearing in mind you need scissors to finish the pompoms). A cheap and cheerful way to update existing products in a fun and playful yet easy way …or create something brand-new to brighten up a corner of your home or accessorise your wardrobe!
With your pompom kit you can make 13 pompoms (more in the rainbow kit), and here are some of our suggestions to what you can do with them:
Turn them into keyrings, garlands, hanging decorations, tree decorations, sew them onto scarfs, cushions, blankets, blinds, decorate gifts, make a wall hanging, attach them to fairy lights, attach them onto a hairband/hair bobble…do you need any more? I really could go on!
There are loads more suggestions on the blog too!
You can make 13 pom poms from 1 kit, each around 4.5cm diameter
Pompom kits are available in 5 colourways –
- Brights – Mustard, Pink, Aquamarine, Lilac & Natural White
- Bloom – Mustard, Candyfloss, Mulberry, Light Grey & Natural white
- Ombre – Natural White, Light Grey, Mid Grey, Granite & Black
- Christmas – Natural White, Ruby Red, Mink Blush, Forest Green & Mid Grey
- Rainbow – Scarlet, Pink, Mustard, Cinnamon, Emerald, Aquamarine & Damson
For knitting tips, how to’s and tutorials, please visit my Knitting Knowledge page.
I now have a Facebook group for those of you who have bought a kit or pattern from me, so please do come and join the community! We’re always happy to talk knitting and offer any advice if you have questions.
- 5x 20g balls Super Chunky Yarn (7 x balls in the rainbow kit)
- 4.5cm Pom pom maker
- ‘How To make a Pompom’ instruction booklet
- Tapestry needle
You’ll also need a good pair of scissors (not included)
We source our yarn from happy sheep. Due to its many magical properties and the fact that Lauren is allergic to a lot of other wool, we only use Merino.
Merino sheep are not native to this country so the wool itself is provided from farms around the world, however we are very careful where we do source our fibre from. Our Merino is from South America and the South African Cape and we don’t buy from farms that mules their sheep.
The best quality wool comes from happy sheep. If a sheep has a poor diet and general poor health its fleece will suffer. Both the quality of life for the sheep and the quality of wool it produces are hugely important to us. We have strong relationships with our suppliers to ensure that we can trust them and their practices. Merinos shearers are all trained well to do it as efficiently and kindly as possible and the sheep are a lot happier once their 5kg fleeces are off!
You can now choose to have your yarn in a hank or a ball!
Our Great Balls of Yarn are beautifully wound so you can start knitting straight away. Instead of spending your valuable time winding them yourself when you could be starting on your latest project, or having the worry of tangling up while you’re knitting, these balls are expertly and beautifully wound by us, for you.
Each hank/ball is around 200g (and 130m) and is best knit on 10mm-15mm needles.
If you choose to stick with hanks of yarn, most of our customers find it easier to wind them before knitting. Snip the ties holding the hank together and you’ll find the end of the yarn. Pop it over the back of a chair, a door handle or your knees and wind into a ball, before starting your knitting.
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