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How to Make a Chunky Pom Pom

How to Make a Chunky Pom Pom
How to Make a Chunky Pom Pom
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Chunky pom poms are so cute and fun to add to your different knitting projects. Learn How to Make a Chunky Pom Pom perfectly when you watch this video tutorial. Not only does this knitting video show you how to make a DIY pom pom, but it also provides you with great pro tips and tricks to keep in mind while you are making your own. You won't believe how easy it is to actually make a pom pom, and once you get really comfortable with it you will become a handmade pom pom making machine!

Easy

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Pom pom maker
  • Scissors
  • Yarn

    Optional: use 2 different colors of yarn

How to Make a Chunky Pom Pom

Instructions

  1. Take your first color of yarn and tightly wrap it around on half of your pom pom maker. 

    Pro Tip: With bulky yarn be sure to start wrapping it as close to the edge as possible. Try and include a lot of tension while you are wrapping it as well to really give you that density!

  2. Repeat step 1 with a different color, or the same color of yarn. 

  3. Cut another scrap of yarn.

  4. Cut in the divot of your pom pom maker. Then, take that scrap of yarn you just cut, place it in the open divet, wrap it all the way around and tie a nice tight knot.

    Pro Tip: After I tie my knot, I wrap around to the other side, tighten again and then tie another tight knot. 

  5. Open the pom pom maker and pull it apart to reveal your pom pom. 

    Key Points to Success: To make a bigger bulkier pom pom, you can wrap a little more loosely and use a lot more yarn around it. 

  6. To help even out your fibers, roll your pom pom around to relax those fibers. Then go in with your scissors and begin trimming your edges to get more of an even sphere shape. 

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