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Supplies: * Cardboard (can be from the recycled bin, old soda 12-pack or cereal boxes work great) * 21 yards worsted weight yarn * Scissors
Download pompom.jpg and print it out full size (a scale has been placed on each jpg to help with printing at the correct proportions).
You will need two circles for the pom pom maker. Trace the circle template onto a piece of cardboard twice and cut them out.
Cut the wool yarn into ten 6 ft. lengths and one 3 ft. length.
Place the two rings together and take a length of the yarn. Holding one end of the yarn on the outside of the ring feed the other end ...
Repeat step 4 with the remaining pieces of yarn until the cardboard doughnut is covered. Note: As you use the additional pieces of yarn you do not need ...
When you are finished wrapping the yarn, carefully cut around the edges of the doughnut layer at a time. Your scissors should be cutting between the two pieces ...
Take the last length of 3 ft. yarn and slip it between the two pieces of card board, around all the strands of yarn and tie it together. ...
Take your scissors and carefully cut a slit in the two cardboard rings avoiding any yarn. Remove the cardboard rings.
Trim the pom pom as necessary.
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