Whether you call them Pom Poms, Pom-Pon, Pompon or Pompom, there is no denying the versatility of this little ball of fluff! Around here the consensus is that we should call them Pom Poms. A Pom Pom is largely defined as a loose, fluffy, decorative ball or tuft of fibrous material. They may come in many colors, sizes, and varieties. This variety comes from the materials you choose to make them with; be it wool, cotton, paper, or even plastic. Of course, our favorite is to make them with yarn. Once you learn how to make a yarn pom pom, you’ll be completely addicted. Making DIY yarn pom poms is a great use of those small balls of yarn you have left over from your colorful crochet afghan patterns, so don’t throw out those scraps!
Cheerful Yarn Pom Pom Bouquet. Perfect to add a pop of color anywhere you need it.
Pom Pom Hedgehogs via AllFreeKidsCrafts.com couldn’t be cuter!
Sugarplum Pom Pom Baby Hat. What better way to adorn your sweet bundle of joy.
Pom Pom Caterpillar via AllFreeKidsCrafts.com is a wonderful toy kids will love for years!
Giant Pom Pom Garland DIY via AllFreeHolidayCrafts.com is the fastest and easiest DIY party decor we’ve seen yet!
Pom Pom Flowers via Ivey Handcrafted are a great gift idea! Mother’s Day is coming up, don’t forget!
The Perfect Gift Yarn Ball Bookmark via Design Mom will always remind you where you left off.
Prettiest Pom Beanie any little one will love this sweet hat!
Sunset Beanie is the perfect beginner project and the pom pom just makes it better.
There is no denying that everything is cuter when you add a handmade pom pom. We’ve gathered our favorite pom pom adorned crochet projects for you in “Crochet Hats with Pom Poms: 12 Free Crochet Patterns for Baby Hats and More” This collection is great to show off your pom pom creations and when you add a pom pom to a finished project it goes from “oh, that’s lovely” to “OMG! That’s just adorable!!!” instantly.
Let us know: How do you make your Pom Poms? We want to hear your favorite method!
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