Jeanine Case Pillow November 10th, 2018 - 05:13:37
Made this clamp on love. You will need an assortment of Beyond a non-slip rough patch. I got mine from dollar tree Lawson says if you want to make your life a little easier but there, not a necessity, large scissors, and Lansing your pom-pom makers. I recommend that you unravel a good amount of yarn before you begin making your problem it'll make it a little easier for you after that, you'll take your pom-pom maker and your yarn and begin wrapping. The yarn around the cardboard pieces, once you're done. Wrapping it'll look something like this the more you wrap the bigger and the fluffier. They will be then you're going to cut your yarn and then cut out a separate piece of yarn about a foot. Long, take your scissors and find the middle of your cardboard pieces and begin cutting in between them.
This is where the small scissors come into play. If you use larger centers, it will be harder for you to get in between the cardboard pieces. So that's why I suggest using small scissors once you're done, cutting take that extra piece of yarn. You cut earlier and place it in between the cardboard pieces where you cut. This is one to hold your pom-poms together.
I like to knot on one side and then flip it over and double knot. The other side, remove your cardboard pieces and then use nature. First, hold on now make a million more and when you think, you've made enough and make some more because I promise you it will be enough you're going to want to figure out how you want your buck to look before you begin attaching the pom poms. So just what you see me doing here so take your first pom-pom and you want to weave the yarn through the holes in the road pad. If you have a rug pad that has like small holes, you might need ice a needle, an upholstery needle to fit the yarn through, so just weave it through flip it over to the back side and double knot. It keep repeating those steps over and over again in the pattern that you want your pom-poms to go, and then you'll start to see your rogue for me once you're done with your design you're going to want to Flip it over just start cutting the tails to your pom-poms right here. You see me cutting like the XS rough pads, because you can see them when you flip it over on the side. That's going to be exposed and I don't want you to be able to see the rug pad and that's it guys. That's your DIY, pom pom ruff.