NOTE: Acrylic or 100% wool works best.
2. Open out the two halves of the pom pom maker and slide the wool between one of the halves.
3. Wind the wool around the pom pom maker following the shape of the curve.
4. Continue until you have filled the half and have an even amount of wool around the shape.
NOTE: The more wool wrapped around the fuller the pom pom will be.
5. Once you have the desired thickness fold the half back into the pom pom maker.
Repeat steps 2-5 on the opposite side.
NOTE: Ensure both sides are roughly the same thickness.
7. Using a pair of scissors snip all the way around the wool down the centre.
8. Taking a separate piece of wool tie a knot where you have cut the wool. Flip the pom pom over and tie a knot the opposite way.
9. Pull out the two halves of the pom pom maker, then separate both sides of the pom pom maker from the pom pom.
10. Trim around the pom pom so that all the strands are an even length.
11. Your pom pom is complete.
NOTE: The previous steps can be done in different sizes.