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Clover Pom-pom Review

Updated on August 14, 2016
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Just a single mom raising her own 3 kids and her brothers 3. It's a hectic life, but someone has to do it.

Pom pom Review



Product Review for Clover Pom-pom Maker

Technical Difficulty: Easy, Took roughly 5 minutes or less. Bought at Joann's

Where to buy at Clover

I bought this item to use on the top of my beanie hats that I make using the loom knitting. I had never made a pom-pom before, so I really had no idea what I was doing. So I used a tutorial on YouTube by LoomHat. If you haven't, I would go check out her other videos.

The pros to this: -Easy to use-Affordable ($6.99 at Joann's and I used a 40% off coupon on it.So $4.19 plus taxes.)-Can use with even Super Bulky (6) yarn-Looks great when finished

Cons:-Messy, I have fuzz everywhere-I have to keep cutting and cutting to even it out on all sides for a nice finished product.

Overall, I give this a good review. I would be happy to use it again and recommend them to other hobby users. My mom doesn't know it, but she's getting some for Christmas!

Feel free to leave any questions or comments you might have in the comments.

Thank you for taking your time out to read this.

© 2016 Rebecka Hanrahan


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