DIY Pom-Pom Headband
by ladynoble Follow

Create a Pom-Pom Headband in two simple steps using yarn and an old headband! Super easy and so much fun to wear!

  1. Make a pom: This is really easy, Clover Pom makers even have instructions on their packaging. *TIP* when tieing off your knot in the middle of the pom make sure to use a long piece of yarn. It makes it easier to tie to your headband in step two! If you don’t have a Clover you can easily make a pom with your hand! Not gonna lie, the little machine is just so simple to use and I prefer it.
  2. Tie your pom to your headband: A simple double knot around your headband should told it tight. *OPTIONAL* use a dab of glue if you are worried about it sliding around.

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  • TheMissLinds commented 2 years ago

    this is SO cute - i've had headbands on my mind for awhile now...

    ladynoble replied 2 years ago

    yeah my hair is longer now and I keep wanting to fill it with stuff! love all the crowns & headbands I have been seeing lately!

  • knityorkcity commented 2 years ago

    Oh my gosh this is ADORABLE! I want to make, like, ten of these in every color to wear all summer. Thanks for sharing your How To!

    ladynoble replied 2 years ago

    do it! multiple pom-pom headbands to chose from when getting ready for a summer adventure sounds like a brilliant plan to me.

  • vvonder commented 2 years ago

    Love! I traveled to Guatemala last year and saw many mayan women wear pompoms as a head decorations - so fun!! Here's the photo I found: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lonqueta/5577416335/in/photostream/

    ladynoble replied 2 years ago

    ah! love those, wonder how they made that specific shape? the colors are perfect, thanks for sharing!


  • Scarffaces commented 2 years ago

    this is crazy!! I'm actually in the middle of making almost the exact same thing right now! but with a plastic headband! I just only have the large pompom maker and had to make a smaller pompom maker out of cardboard and it isn't going as well. I must invest in the plastic version. Good work!! x

    ladynoble replied 2 years ago

    too funny! yeah the large one makes really big poms, I have that one too. You could also make a pom on a fork, I have seen that before. It would make cute tiny poms that'd look cute squished around large ones.

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