Here is how I do them...
|Start out with a corner or place that you would like to put|
|I take a regular 3x5" index card. I usually stack 5 or so of|
them so that it does not bend as easily!
|I generally wrap it around about 30 times, I try to make them|
exact but that does not always work out so well! I do not
know about you but I am NOT counting after this point!
|After you trim the piece you are wrapping, cut a piece of the|
same yarn that is about 8-10 inches long... Set this piece in
the center underneath the wound up yarn.
|Make a tight and secure knot around the center.|
|Fold the pom-pom in half with the knotted end in your hand.|
|Clip through all of the looped ends, I usually stick the|
scissors in one end and cut one half of the pom-pom
|Hold the knotted end in your hand again, this time a little|
closer to the cut ends and trim so that the ends are close
to even, there is no reason to make sure that they are exact.
|Tie your pom-pom to your project and weave in the extra|
ends. I make sure that all of this is done on the inside
so no one else has to see it!
<3 We will be posting more tutorials soon!