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All the tools are super fun and easy to use. For this California Dreamin' market bag, grab your PattieWack™ Mini Tassel Maker and yarn to match your crocheted bag. Wind yarn around the 4th section of the mini, which will make a 1-1/2" mini tassel. Tie the top, and bind the neck with a contrasting yarn. Cut the bottom of the tassel and slide it off the tool. Make at least 2 more mini tassels and tie them to the handle for a dreamy market bag to take to the beach, farmers market, or anywhere!
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Here's some fun news..... Did you know that you can make newspaper pom-poms with the PattieWack™ Pom-Pom Maker? All you need is a newspaper, scissors, and chenille stems (aka pipe cleaners) and heavy wire or a dowel rod. Simply cut 1/4" strips of newspaper lengthwise. It won't take much for each pom-pom. Then wind the strips around the pom-pom maker at the 3" section of the large tool. Bind the center with a chenille stem. Cut both sides of the pom-pom to release it from the tool. Fluff it out, and attach it to a dowel rod or heavy...
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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!