Well someone had to do it. I've been seeing pom pom trim for a while now and being kind of perpetually immature, I'm drawn to it. I love the injection of colour, humour and playfulness these little fuzzy balls bring to a project. When we were growing up we called them "dingle balls" so you can't take them too seriously. Lots of sizes and colours, and an affordable way to make something truely your own.
Spark - I like the ideal of adding them to a square or oblong piece of double gauze for a scarf, or trimming the outside edge of pillows with them, or adorning a pretty little pouch or around the cuff of your kid's pajamas. The opportunities are endless.
Large pom pom trim - the balls are 5/8"
Medium pom pom trim - the balls are 3/8"
Small (pea pod) pom pom trim - the balls are 3/8"
Sold by the yard in one yard increments. Each unit equals 1 yard.
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