This little piggy went to market.... but not on his own! Make 4 of these at a time on a Multipom.
The pattern for this gorgeous cot blanket can be found in our project book. The book, which contains 25 projects to make with a Multipom, is available to buy online from our shop page.
These little fairies are made from pompoms using strips of fabric.. Pompoms can be made from anything that you can wrap around the frame. Instructions to make these are in our project book..
Make a flock of sheep with merino wool fleece.
Edge a cushion with coordinating pompoms
Add pompoms to a childs jumper to make it extra special. Thread and pass the ties through the jumper and knot on the back.
Stitch a variety of sizes and coloured pompoms onto a fabric covered hairband to create a unique headpiece.
Any little child would love to sleep under this quilt with matching bunting. Learn how to make all these different sized pompoms in any of our kits to coordinate with any fabric.
Look at this cheeky chappie! Make a flock of chicks with the yellow starter kit.
Here's a box of chicks. Make all 6 at a time. Sew on two black beads for eyes and a felt folded square for a beak. Find instructions in our project book.
This blue paper lantern has been decorated with little pink pompoms which are stitched through the paper making them permanent and safe.
Easily tie a bunch of pompoms to a hair elastic to jazz up your hair style.
Tie a mixed bunch of pompoms to a keyring. A great way to use up your left over pompoms from other projects.
The Starter Kits all come inside a draw string bag. The bag can be decorated with pompoms and used as a shoe bag or a PE kit bag.
Before you stitch your pompom, why not thread through piece of felt which has been cut into a flower shape. The pompom becomes the centre!
Gorgeous quilted blanket which has been made from felted tapestry wool pompoms.
Another look at an idea for a children's bedroom. All of the pompoms you can see here were made with the Multipom.
Sew your matching pompoms onto a pair of gloves and a hat. You could pick your child's favourite colour.
Pompoms can be used to collage funny characters!
Accessorise some childrens socks using your Multipom. Co-ordinating the yarn with the socks, make 16 pompoms at a time, stitching 8 to each sock.
Cute little pink baby pompom hat, made with the Multipom pink starter kit.
Make lots of identical jolly Father Christmas decorations for your tree.
A basket of bunnies. Made by tying different sized pompoms together for the bodies, heads and tails and adding eyes, noses and ears.