We find that a regular dinner fork is good for making pom poms from thin yarn, while a serving fork works well for chunky yarn.
They can also be fun to play with for little children – throwing them in the air or rolling them (or blowing them with a straw) on the ground. Paper towel tubes (or tubes made out of rolled up paper) can be taped in different ways to the wall and pom poms can be dropped through them. It can be harder than you think to get them to land in the bowls!
Check out our Youtube tutorial to learn how to make these easy pom poms, using just a fork and some yarn.
What are some ways you might use pom poms? We would love to hear from you!
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