Wrap the wool around the prongs of the fork about 50 times. Make sure you leave a slight gap at the bottom of the prongs as this will be needed in step 2.
Once the wool has been wrapped around the fork, trim it so it is no longer attached to the ball of wool. Then cut a piece of the same colour wool about 20cm long. Thread the end of this wool in between the two middle fork prongs underneath where you wrapped the wool in step 1.
Bring the end of the piece of wool that is behind the fork through the middle two prongs at the top and then tie in a knot with the other end of the wool. Make sure this knot is tied tightly as it will be what holds your pom pom together. Tie in a double knot to hold it in place.
Gently slide the wool off of the fork, then cut the loops on either side.
Trim the ends of the wool to make the pom pom more of a rounded circular shape.
If you want to hang your pom pom or attach it to something, make sure you leave the end of the wool that you tied the pom pom together with uncut. If you want the pom pom to be loose then trim this along with the other ends of the wool.
Enjoy making your lovely pom pom crafts!
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