Susan Bates Easy Wrap Pom Pon Maker
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This Pom Pom maker was so much easier in that you just wrap the yarn around the two matching half moon shapes (much easier than trying to thread it each time through a hole), interlock the bottoms of the half moons (it takes a little dexterity but it was certainly manageable), cut the yarn and then wrap it with a double piece of yarn to knot and you have a great pom pom. To ensure that each side of the half moon matches, the directions recommend that you count the wraps around the half moons. Of course this would be the case if you wanted to make a bunch of the same size pom poms. I made 16 all together and they turned out very nicely. I had to do a little trimming with each but that was not difficult at all.
What is even better is that you get four sizes in the same package.
The next time I have a project that includes making Pom Poms, I'm all set.
I bought this set on a whim and gave it a try with some leftover yarn. The directons were fairly straightforward, but for someone like me who had never tried other devices or methods it was a little bit vague as to where to slip the yard for the final tie down. Despite that I muddled through with my first pom pom and it was reasonably decent.
Being a visual person (see one, do one) I next found a youtube video to watch before my second attempt. The second one was a piece of cake and looks really nice. Once I saw the video the written directions made perfect sense--I was just hampered by having literally done nothing like this before.
And, being a bit backwards, I then looked up the traditional cardboard method. I can see that being an advantage for a special-sized pom pom, but the idea of winding through that hole over and over (and over and over) again looks quite tedious. Suffice to say, the Bates technique video was about 4 minutes, the cardboard one about 10. MUCH easier in my estimation to quickly wrap 2 halfs and combine.(just plug in 'susan bates pom pom instructions').
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Using these allowed me to add pompons to the tops of my knit hats. I thought it made the hats so much cuter. Fairly simple to use. Plastic pieces were pretty sturdy. Read morePublished 11 days ago by RavingLunatix
this is a great way to make pom moms in different sizes and all will match ... thrilled I bought thisPublished 1 month ago by Gay Hart
I have this set from this company that I bought back in 2000 and the plastic of that set is MUCH more substantial than this one I just received. this set feels much cheaper. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Keri Puglisi
So glad I bought these!! They're easy to use and make perfect pom poms!Published 2 months ago by Alyse
I had to watch a YouTube video to see exactly how to use these. It made a great little Pom Pom! Much better than the ones I could make with my home made Pom Pom maker. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tom & Audra
I've used the donut shaped pompom maker from Susan Bates for years but after hearing a friend talking about the wonders of the new "easy wrap" models I ordered this. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Beth