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You can make just about ANYTHING if you have the right tools, including this beautiful boho bracelet if you have the PattieWack™Tassel and Pom-Pom Makers.For this bracelet, just grab your PattieWack™ Mini Pom-Pom Maker and 3 colors of embroidery floss. Wind floss around the tool on the third tier to make a 1-1/2" pom-pom. Tie it in the middle, then cut the sides to release. Trim it up and tie it to your favorite boho-style bracelet. Add two more, and you've got a pretty addition to that t-shirt and jeans or shorts for the perfect summer outfit.Oh, and if you're...
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Happy Easter Everyone! You can put pretty pompoms on a stick and poke them into anything today to add a little fun to your Easter festivities! Just grab your large Pattiewack Pom-Pom Maker and wind yarn onto the second step of the tool to make 2" pompoms. Next glue them onto the end of bamboo skewers. Presto! You've got instant pompom fun. Have a blessed an happy day!
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How fun is this? Covered hangers with pompoms are so simple, yet really functional. Wind yarn around the third section of the PattieWack™ Pom-Pom Maker until it's nice and full. Tie it as tightly as possible in the center with another length of yarn. Pull the tied yarn toward the point of the tool to loosen the yarn slightly, then cut the loops on both sides to release the pompom. Now, trim the pompom and tie it to a fabric covered hanger. Super cute!