DIY EASY POM POM RUG

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DIY EASY POM POM RUG

Amazing what you can do with yarn and scissors and a little time. From http://sayyes.com/

 diy pom pom rug

 

Supplies:
Wool yarn of various sizes, textures, colors of your choosing
Two toilet paper rolls
Scissors
Non stick rug mat in the size you want your rug to be. You should be able to find one at your local hardware store

DIY pom pom rug

Step 1: Stick your fingers into the rolls and start wrapping the yarn around both.

DIY pom pom rug

Step 2: Keep going until it looks about this size or even larger. Our rolls were so squished because they had been used a lot but yours might not get as squished at first. The sizes will differ but that’s okay! We liked the look of the rug to have different size pom poms. This one above was for a smaller pom pom, the rolls below are for a larger one.

DIY pom pom rug

Step 3: Cut another piece of string and weave it through both of the rolls so it wraps around the whole thing.

DIY pom pom rug

Step 4: Tie once, then pull the rolls out

DIY pom pom rug

Step 5: Now tie even tighter with the rolls out. Make a knot. But leave the long strings, don’t snip them. You’ll need them to tie the pom pom to the rug mat.

DIY pom pom rug

 Step 6: Now with your scissors snip through the loops around the whole pom pom. You’ll also need to trim to they’re about the same length. But don’t get too ocd about it. You could sit there snipping forever if you wanted.

DIY pom pom rug

Step 7: Now keep going! Each pom pom took us about 5 minutes so put on a movie or two and relax!

DIY pom pom rug

Step 8: Now you’ll start to place them on the non stop mat to decide on what design you want. You need them to be really squished together so after placing them you might find out you need to make more. We needed about 50 for our rug, which was pretty small.

DIY pom pom rug

Step 9: Tie them on using the long string you’ve left hanging (you did leave those strings, didn’t you??? Oh good). We used slip knots so that we could move them around if we decided we needed to. Or if we got sick of the rug and wanted to use the pom poms for another project. That’s it!

DIY pom pom rug

 

SOURCE: http://sayyes.com/

DIY pom pom rug

Step 1: Stick your fingers into the rolls and start wrapping the yarn around both.

DIY pom pom rug

Step 2: Keep going until it looks about this size or even larger. Our rolls were so squished because they had been used a lot but yours might not get as squished at first. The sizes will differ but that’s okay! We liked the look of the rug to have different size pom poms. This one above was for a smaller pom pom, the rolls below are for a larger one.

DIY pom pom rug

Step 3: Cut another piece of string and weave it through both of the rolls so it wraps around the whole thing.

DIY pom pom rug

Step 4: Tie once, then pull the rolls out

DIY pom pom rug

Step 5: Now tie even tighter with the rolls out. Make a knot. But leave the long strings, don’t snip them. You’ll need them to tie the pom pom to the rug mat.

DIY pom pom rug

 Step 6: Now with your scissors snip through the loops around the whole pom pom. You’ll also need to trim to they’re about the same length. But don’t get too ocd about it. You could sit there snipping forever if you wanted.

DIY pom pom rug

Step 7: Now keep going! Each pom pom took us about 5 minutes so put on a movie or two and relax!

DIY pom pom rug

Step 8: Now you’ll start to place them on the non stop mat to decide on what design you want. You need them to be really squished together so after placing them you might find out you need to make more. We needed about 50 for our rug, which was pretty small.

DIY pom pom rug

Step 9: Tie them on using the long string you’ve left hanging (you did leave those strings, didn’t you??? Oh good). We used slip knots so that we could move them around if we decided we needed to. Or if we got sick of the rug and wanted to use the pom poms for another project. That’s it!

DIY pom pom rug

DIY pom pom rug

DIY pom pom rug

Step 1: Stick your fingers into the rolls and start wrapping the yarn around both.

DIY pom pom rug

Step 2: Keep going until it looks about this size or even larger. Our rolls were so squished because they had been used a lot but yours might not get as squished at first. The sizes will differ but that’s okay! We liked the look of the rug to have different size pom poms. This one above was for a smaller pom pom, the rolls below are for a larger one.

DIY pom pom rug

Step 3: Cut another piece of string and weave it through both of the rolls so it wraps around the whole thing.

DIY pom pom rug

Step 4: Tie once, then pull the rolls out

DIY pom pom rug

Step 5: Now tie even tighter with the rolls out. Make a knot. But leave the long strings, don’t snip them. You’ll need them to tie the pom pom to the rug mat.

DIY pom pom rug

 Step 6: Now with your scissors snip through the loops around the whole pom pom. You’ll also need to trim to they’re about the same length. But don’t get too ocd about it. You could sit there snipping forever if you wanted.

DIY pom pom rug

Step 7: Now keep going! Each pom pom took us about 5 minutes so put on a movie or two and relax!

DIY pom pom rug

Step 8: Now you’ll start to place them on the non stop mat to decide on what design you want. You need them to be really squished together so after placing them you might find out you need to make more. We needed about 50 for our rug, which was pretty small.

DIY pom pom rug

Step 9: Tie them on using the long string you’ve left hanging (you did leave those strings, didn’t you??? Oh good). We used slip knots so that we could move them around if we decided we needed to. Or if we got sick of the rug and wanted to use the pom poms for another project. That’s it!

DIY pom pom rug

DIY pom pom rug

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