Beaded Pom Garland
Welcome to the Beaded Pom Garland! One of the best things about this project is it’s customizable to any size and any occasion. I’m going to be using these particular Beaded Pom Garland for Christmas decorations. One of my goals this year is to include as much handmade decorations as I can.
This fun project can be used for birthday parties, baby showers and any holiday of the year. You can use left over scraps of yarn so this makes a great stash buster. You can even spray paint your beads like I did. For this garland I used rose gold spray paint.
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Let’s get to it. Here’s what you’ll need.
Small Amount of cotton yarn to use to string beads and poms. I used about 70 inches of white cotton yarn.
To make your yarn poms you just need to choose your size. I like using 1 3/8 inch and 1 3/4 inch sizes.
You simply start winding yarn on one side and follow the arrows on arches, continue on other side.
Flip sides on pom maker and using sharp scissors cut in the grove to release yarn.
Cut an additional piece of yarn about 12 inches and tie it around watch you just cut. Pull tight and knot. I like to wrap again, tie and knot to secure my poms.
Pull pom maker apart and trim your pom to your liking. Be careful not to trim too much. It’s easy to do! Repeat and make as many as you need.
Grab your beads.
Thread your yarn into your darning needle and arrange your beads and poms to your desired liking. I knotted my ends to make a loop so I could easily hang my garland.
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