This is my own version tutorial.
1. Get the color of your choice Twinery twine, a nice sharp pair of pointed scissors. ( Mine are Fiskars) A long tined fork and waxed cord. I bought my Darice waxed cord at Joann's for $1.99 . It's located in the beading section by the stretch & hemp cord. Your going to wrap about 30 times around 2 of the tines.
2. Take a 4" or 5" length of waxed cord and go around the baker's twine tightly tie once. I then slide it off the tines, pinch hard, pull on the waxed cord and tie again. The waxed cord holds really well and you don't have to worry about your little pom coming loose!
3. The waxed cord is perfect to hold onto when you start cutting your loops too. I actually cut from the back to the front it's easier to get the point of your scissor in there.
4. After the loops are cut, keep trimming all around to shape it in a ball. I pinch the ball to flatten so the edges line up better.My first project is a fun holly tag. I know it's early to start thinking about Christmas, but If you start now, think of how relaxed your holiday would be ;) wink!
I cut a length of honeydew and peapod twine, brought the ends through the front and tied a bow.
I also used the extra waxed cord to tie the mini poms onto the bobby pin. It holds well and is less messy than glue! Isn't she precious! hee :)