Pompom mania has taken over our home and I am enjoying every fiber of colorful yarn. Well, except those tiny pieces of yarn fiber that attach themselves to everything. Those of you who work with yarn know how those fibers end up everywhere, even in your hair!
Today I am super excited to be sharing two pom pom wreaths! (mine and my youngest daughter’s)
I have always been intrigued by the color, texture and multiple uses of the pompom and if you are too you might enjoy reading the history of the pompom. I dabbled in Pom Pom wreath making a few years back when I made this DIY-Pom Pom Winter Wreath. It was the prototype for what I have made now. Live and Learn is my motto these days!
This Winter Pompom wreath has most of the kinks worked out of it so I am happily able to share the method of making it right here with you!
Supplies for this Pom Pom Wreath~
1.4 Skeins of Yarn
(Yarn weight for this project is medium. Contents 97 percent acrylic, 3 percent Viscose, weight 5 ounces, yardage 252 and it is washable.)
2.Pom pom maker or make your own
5.Wreath Form measuring 11×11
I have received a few questions about the nuts and bolts of pompom wreath making it so here is some information that I hope will be useful to you.
Finished size of my blush pompom wreath is 16×16 inches.
Each skein of yarn makes approximately 22-27 pompoms
My Blush wreath has 42-47 pompoms on it. If you would like more information on how to make this wreath or pricing for me to make it for you just email me!