Look how clever she is :)
You can visit her blog on - http://postcards-and-stuff.blogspot.com/
Thanks a million Carol, they look great.
my random obsession with knitting and crochet
They are super easy to use.
continue to wind the yarn around the other 2 legsWind the yarn until its approximately flush with the guide on the end of the feet.
Cut the yarn, close up the pom pom maker tighly and cut around the rim.
Cut a length of yarn and secure the pom pom by threading the yarn through the space between the blue disks.
Gently, pull the two sides apart.
Finally, trim any odd ends from the pom pom .
As you can see from this picture, the pom pom maker is ver neet and requires little trimming to make a perfectly round pom pom.
I bought the two pom pom makers from ebay for £6.25 including postage. I think they are well worth the cost.
On my first attempt, I stupidly cut the pieces out with the stretch of the fabric going vertically rather than horizontally. Thankfully, I recut the pieces and all is now well.
Isn't she the cutest?
I need to go shopping now for more fleece colours.
I am really pleased with this bag and its going to be roomy enough for all the things i need to carry around :)