Can you sew pom poms together to make a blanket?
Start by spacing the pom poms out evenly and deciding how close you want them to be. Then, using a needle and coordinating thread, stitch through the center of the pom and sew onto hem of the blanket. Be generous with your stitches to make sure the pom pom is secure.
How much wool do I need for a pom pom blanket?
1 skein of medium weight acrylic yarn (160 yards) produces about 7 large 4.5″ pom poms and 11 medium 2.5″ pom poms. Therefore, you need about 4 skeins per square foot of rug.
How many stitches do I need for a large pom pom blanket?
Answer: When casting on, make one stitch between each pom pom, I usually cast on 40 stitches, knit every row making sure you knit 2 stitches between each pom pom, I use 2 balls of wool per blanket. This makes a Moses/Pram blanket.
How do you attach a pom pom to a crochet blanket?
Here’s an easy way to attach them. Start by one in each corner. Then fold the blanket in half and put one on the fold. Then fold the blanket in half between those two poms and put another in the center, and then do the same for the other side.
How do you measure a pom pom?
WIDTH MEASUREMENT is determined by measuring across the strand. (A general rule regarding the the width of the strands is: The narrower the strand, the “swishier” the pom.) Available strand widths range from Narrow Streamer Poms – 3/16”; to Wide Show Poms – 7/16”, 1/2”, 3/4” or 1”; to Super Wide Show Poms – 2”.