Pom-Pom Flowers

Techniques

Knitting, i-cord, pom-poms

Level

Adventurous Beginner

FREE!

Materials

10 yards of green and 10 yards of flower color for each flower/stem


Gauge

Not applicable


Needle

US 6 (4mm) DPNs


Notions

Drinking straws (one per flower)
Pom-pom maker (There are lots of makers on the market or you can look on YouTube for videos on how to make one from cardboard.)
Scissors
Tapestry needle


Pattern

First make your desired number of pom-poms. I used the 2-inch size on my pom-pom tree and wrapped it about 50 times. The more you wrap, the fuller the pom and the prettier the flower. Next, with the stem yarn and the DPNs, cast on 6 stitches using the long-tail cast on. Working in i-cord, knit until the stem will just fit over both ends of the straw. (For me, that was about 7 inches with the i-cord slightly stretched.) Insert the straw into the middle of the cord. Using your cast on and bind off tails, sew the ends shut. Finally, use the tail (or a cut piece of matching yarn to your pom flower) to sew the flower to the stem. Ta-Da!


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