Faux fur pom poms add an extra stylish touch to handmade knit wear. They have become very popular amongst the makers over the last few years. So if you are one of those makers who just loves faux fur pom poms then this tutorial is perfect for you. You can learn how to make your own fur poms instead of having to purchase them all the time.
In this tutorial, I am going to teach you how to make your own faux fur pom poms.
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How to Make Faux Fur Pom Poms
- Faux fur
- Thin yarn
- Darning needle
You can purchase faux fur at any fabric store. JOANN Fabric always has good deals and sales so check them out!
When looking at faux fur, the longer the hairs the fluffier the pom pom will be. So keep that in mind when you are picking out your fur.
Decide on how large you would like your pom poms.
For most hats you can cut 5.5″ squares. Cut larger if you’d like a bigger pom pom. if you would like double pom poms on a hat cut smaller squares (4.5″)
Using a rotary cutter or an exacto knife works best when cutting fur.
Once you have your squares cut out you can start stitching the pom poms. I like to use a thicker crochet thread. I
Do a running stitch around the edge of the square.
Start sinching the pom pom closed. Stuff it with polyfill. Make sure to not over stuff the pompom
Pull tightly closed and knot it. Leave two longer strands of thread/yarn so you can use it to attach to your hat.
If you have any questions please leave a comment below.
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Thank you for the instructions.
No problem! 🙂
Thanks for sharing the instructions to make faux fur Pom poms. I just purchased your Seed Stitch hat pattern. Love your work! You’re very talented
This is awesome thanks so much. They want 12.99 for ONE pompom in the local fabric and local yarn store. I was buying used hats at the thrift store and ripping the pm poms off. But even the sometimes hats were 5 or 6 bucks. This is great!
Thank you for the Seed-Stitch Knit Hat Pattern and for directions on making my own faux fur pompoms. Both patterns look surprisingly easy and now I can’t wait to make them both. Thank you for generously sharing your talent and ideas .
Thank you for your kind words! Enjoy!