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  • Publisher: Search Press
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 10 November 2014
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781782212010
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  • Size: 155x215 mm
  • Illustrations: 0
  • Pages: 48
  • RRP: $9.95
  • Series: Twenty to Make
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Twenty to Make: Fabulous Pompoms

$9.95

by Alistair Macdonald


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Book Description

This fun book shows readers how to make 20 fantastic, fun pompoms for all kinds of celebrations and other occasions, such as birthday gift toppers, cute yellow chicks, an Easter bunny and a fun tote bag.

Add a touch of pompom magic to all your celebrations with this fun little book by Alistair Macdonald. Take the humble pompom and transform it into a wonderful array of decorations, including fun little Springtime chicks, a Christmas pompom garland, a Happy Halloween pumpkin and gorgeous gift toppers, as well as a chirpy Christmas robin to hang from your tree! Pompoms are quick and easy to make, and all the designs can be made either with a Pompom Maker, or in the traditional way using cardboard templates. These are quick and easy projects for adults of all abilities as well as for children, and are a great way of using up scraps of yarn and fabric oddments. And with 20 to choose from, there's something for everyone in this fabulous little book.

  • 20 fabulous designs
  • Easy-to-master techniques
  • Ideal for using up scraps of yarn

Table of Contents

Union Jack and Stars & Stripes cushions
Cupcakes
Hanging Valentine
His n’ Hers gift toppers
Dove decoration
Bunting
Princess tiara and wand
Lantern
Bunny
Easter chicks
Halloween pumpkins
Christmas tea light holder
Flower decorations
Lavender pillow
Rainbow table napkin
Baby’s door decoration
Cup and ball toy
Teddy bear
Polka dot shopper
Cherry earrings and brooch

About the Author

About Alistair Macdonald

Alistair Macdonald studied fashion design at Central St Martins School of Art and Design in London and set up his own womenswear label, House of Alistair, in 2008. Working from his own studio in London, UK, Alistair now works on a wide variety of projects including high fashion, film costume and a very successful haberdashery and giftware collection available at www.houseofalistair.com. Gifted with a highly creative imagination, he is known for his fun, quirky and stylish creations.

Alistair lives in London.

Reviews

Crochet Addict UK

December 2014

Pompoms are just so much fun to make. I love the fact they are something you can make with most ages of children and adults. This book is another fantastic addition to the 20 to Make series. They are such fun at such a fantastic price. The book shows and gives you instructions for making pompoms with a pompom maker and also with cardboard. The book is packed full of fun and cute ideas on how to use pompoms. I love the fact that some are fun for kids and others are beautiful for adults and kids like There are ideas for using pompoms to decorate your house for all year round. From pumpkins to Easter Rabbits. Another brilliant book packed full of ideas and fun! To see this review in full follow this link: http://www.crochetaddictuk.com/2014/12/fabulous-pompoms-book-review.html


Inside Crochet

December 2014

Making pom-poms is a fun way to spend a rainy afternoon, and while your children will love fashioning all kinds of charming characters from these fluffy balls of yarn, you'll love the thrifty use of odds and ends from your stash. This book includes lots of seasonal ideas for events such as Christmas and Halloween, while you could get started now on cute chicks and bunnies for Easter or even a pretty Valentine heart. A great way to use up your stash and discover how versatile a pom-pom can be as a decorative accessory on other projects.

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Also by this author:

Twenty to Make: Mini Bunting

By Alistair Macdonald

Pompom Noël

By Alistair Macdonald

Twenty to Make: Faux Fur Fun

By Alistair Macdonald

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