From oversized fluffy globes adorning woolly hats to mini versions dangling from the hems of skirts, the little woollen balls can even be found providing a statement piece on pom pom jewellery. But pom poms have moved on from the Blue Peter style, childhood memories of cutting up a cereal packet and wrapping around an old a bit of old wool. There are now a variety of pom pom makers available to buy in most haberdashery shops, aiding the volume of your production line and spherical accuracy of homemade pom poms.

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Original article appears in Sewing World No.244 June 2016