4 Materials Needed:Yarn, Scissors, Pom-Pom Maker, Tape
About this Project
Wrap things up just in time for Christmas! Use leftover yarn to create festive Christmas trees, pom-poms and tassels for this year's gifts.
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1. Wrap green yarn around gift until desired width is reached. Secure ends on back of box with tape or a small knot.
2. Cut a piece of contrasting yarn about 8 long. Thread contrasting yarn under the green yarn toward one end of the gift. Tie together in a knot to gather all the green yarn at one point. Once secure, tie a bow and trim tails to desired length.
1. Open one half of the pompom maker and fill with desired yarn. Close side and repeat on the other half.
2. Use scissors to cut down channel of pom-pom maker.
3. Cut a long piece of yarn and tie around pom-pom, remover from maker and tie onto package as desired.
1. Wrap yarn around your hand until desired thickness and cut from skein. Cut a long piece of yarn, slide inside top fold of yarn and tie a knot to secure. Cut open bottom edge and trim so ends are even.
2. Cut another piece of yarn about 8 long and tie around tassel about 1/2 below top fold. Wrap loose end around tassel, tie to secure, then trim close to knot.
3. Tie onto package using long pieces of yarn from step 1.
1. Wrap first color of yarn around gift desired number of times, making sure to keep them flat. Tape loose ends onto back of gift.
2. Cut a piece of yarn in another shade, long enough to wrap around the gift your desired amount of times. Secure one end to back on gift.
3. For the first row you will thread the loose end of the yarn over the first strand of yarn number one, then under the second strand, and repeat over/under for remaining strands. Wrap yarn around back of gift then start the second row.
4. For the second row, thread the yarn under the first strand, and then over the second. Repeat for remaining strands. Wrap yarn around back of gift.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until desire width is achieved. Trim yarn and secure loose end to back of gift with tape. Adjust strands if needed.