How To Make Multiple Pom Poms

This week I’ve been playing with a pom pom maker that makes multiple pom poms at once! I first saw this nifty tool at the Handmade Fair last year and it was on my list of things to try. It makes up to 20 pom poms at once!


If you’re not sure how it works, take a look at my video tutorial on the Elephant In My Handbag blog. I’d love to know what you think as I’m new to making videos and still learning!

Please also have a snoop around their lovely online fabric and haberdashery store, there are so many choices and they stock UNICORN FABRIC.


Elephant In My Handbag have supported Claireabellemakes for a while now by sponsoring this blog and providing lovely craft supplies so I can continue to share DIYs with you.

They have been kind enough to send me two pom pom makers to give away to my readers. Take a look at the widget below for entry details!


The giveaway is open internationally and ends on 4 May 2015. Genuine followers only please.

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See some of my previous pom pom DIYs below! 


Pom Pom Bike Basket


Pom Pom Sun Hat


 Pom Poms at the Handmade Fair




29 thoughts on “How To Make Multiple Pom Poms

  1. I’ve already made a pom pom garland so I think a rug would be in order next! I wonder how one would keep a rug clean and springy though :p jenny xx

  2. This takes me back to my childhood making pom poms with left over wool. I would make a string of multii coloured pop poms & becorate my bedroom with them

  3. This takes me back to my childhood making pom poms with left over wool. I would make a string of multii coloured pop poms & decorate my bedroom with them

  4. I would make pom pom birds to hang in my two daughter’s room! I have seen a lovely idea for how to make blue birds from pom poms!

  5. I think my kids would love to make Pom-Pom models. I’d like to use them for my crocheted hats (& other items)!

  6. I volunteer for the Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity and am about to start helping with the shop window displays – I’d love to make some multi-coloured pom poms to hang in their windows to attract more customers to come in, buy and raise money for families with a child who has a life threatening condition.

  7. we’re planning to yarn bomb our village for its festival in June so multiple pom-poms made in this way would be fab…. Ruth

  8. Having seen the pompon makers at the Craft Show at the NEC. Could you please advise me where I could purchase them

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