Pom Pom Maker

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Small | Pom Pom Maker from Clover | Twisted
Small | Pom Pom Maker from Clover | Twisted
Large | Pom Pom Maker from Clover | Twisted
Large | Pom Pom Maker from Clover | Twisted
Large | Pom Pom Maker from Clover | Twisted
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All Colors | Pom Pom Maker from Clover | Twisted
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Brand
 Clover
Materials
 ABS Resin, Polypropylene, Stainless Steel

Project Type
 Hat
Categories

Pom Pom Maker

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Brand
 Clover
Materials
 ABS Resin, Polypropylene, Stainless Steel

Project Type
 Hat
Categories

Clover Pom-Pom Makers allow you to create beautiful PomPoms in minutes! This easy to use tool will help you make poms in nearly any yarn to match your projects.

Sizes
  • Extra Small - Finished sizes are approximately 20 mm/3/4" and 25 mm/1" in diameter
  • Small - Finished sizes are approximately 35 mm/1 3/8" and 45 mm/1 5/8" in diameter
  • Large - Finished sizes are approximately 65 mm/2 1/2" and 85 mm/ 3 3/8" in diameter
  • Extra Large - Finished size is approximately 115 mm/4 1/2" in diameter
  • Multipack Set - The Pom-Pom Maker set includes four sizes: diameters of 1 3/8", 1 3/4", 2 1/2", and 3 3/8". For this set, Clover included new features that help secure arches from shifting and a measuring scale on the arch that makes it easy to create multi-colored pom-poms.
  • Open the two U-shaped arches on one side.
  • Wrap yarn around the arches.
  • Close the arches.
  • Follow the same steps with the other side arches.
  • Cut the yarn with a sharp pair of scissors between the two U-shaped arches. Cut the yarn all the way around the circle.
  • Take a strand of yarn, slide it through that same crack in which you cut the yarn, tie a knot, and pull it as tight as you can.