How To Make A Pom Pom Wreath Tutorial

By | January 18, 2013

A beautiful wreath for your home made from Pom Pom’s.  This tutorial will show you how to make Pom-Pom’s from  yarn.  Tie them to a wire wreath or hot glue them to a wreath.  

Make a Pom Pom Wreath with yarn tutorial at sewlicioushomedecor.com

I love these kind of wreaths because you can make them in any color.  Make red ones for the holidays or pink or purple ones for Spring.  Whatever the color they will look beautiful.  Hang them on a wall, on the back of chairs, in the windows or on a mirror.

They make great gifts, too!

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Pom Pom Wreath Tutorial sewlicioushomedecor.com

I found the small green wreath at Goodwill for $1 and thought it would be cute to use it for the pom poms.  I tied my pom poms to the wreath.
SUPPLIES
Yarn
A wired wreath
Scissors
4″ piece of cardboard
The pic shows a hanger that I was going to use but the pom poms would not stay in place.  I recommend using a wired wreath or a wicker wreath.
I used thicker yarn to give the pom poms a fuller look.
Cut a piece of cardboard 4″ long.  You will wrap your yarn around the cardboard about 30 times.
Slide the yarn off the cardboard.  Cut a longer string and place the yarn on top of the string in the center and tie in a knot so it looks like this:
Cut the loops on both ends.  You will have to trim the ends of the strings to make it even all the way around.  The easiest way to do this is to lay the pom pom flat on a surface so you can see all the strings that are uneven.  Cut the ends so it forms a nice circle.
Leave the long string long because that is what you will use to tie the pom pom to the wreath, unless you hot glue them. 
Now take the long string and tie the pom pom to your wreath.  Do this all the way around your wreath until it’s full then you’re done!  Add a ribbon or piece of yarn to hang it with.
I hung mine on a shutter I found at a garage sale for $5.
 How To Make A Pom Pom Wreath Tutorial sewlicioushomedecor.com

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31 thoughts on “How To Make A Pom Pom Wreath Tutorial

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  5. Carol

    This is so cute! I’m kind of new to crochet and don’t have a lot of extras yet, but I’m always looking at what’s on sale in different places. I’ve gotten almost as addicted to yarn as I am to fabric!

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  7. lorraine williamson

    I love the pom poms they look easy enough for even me to make and your feline staff are so cute too. Have a good weekend visiting from my turn for us blog hop.

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    1. Marti Post author

      Hi there! Thank you for stopping by from me and my ‘staff’! I enjoyed making this wreath because it’s so easy!

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  9. Pieced Pastimes

    Your lovely wreath reminds me of the pom-pom wreath I made for my ‘Winter Mantel’. I love how you used the greenery behind the pom-poms. It makes them ‘pop’ and stand out just a bit more – So pretty! Thanks for sharing,
    Suzanne

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  10. Theresa

    I haven’t made a pom pom wreath, but I just started to knit & my kitten played with 2 balls of yarn unraveling them prior to my putting them up & I may just have to make one now that I have tangled yarn to cut. lol Thanks for sharing on Inspiration Spotlight! Theresa @ DearCreatives.com

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