Adventures in Pompom Land Bunny Tutorial

on April 29 | in Contests & Giveaways, Products, Sewing Tutorials + Patterns | by | with 63 Comments

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Today we have a free project for you from Adventures in Pompom Land: 25 Cute Projects Made from Handmade Pompoms.

Learn to make your own perfect pompoms and then create 25 cute characters with step-by-step instructions from author Myko Diann Bocek. Need a charming little raccoon, squirrel, ladybug?… Fox? They’re all in the book!

Today you can download instructions for the bunny. The PDF also includes info from the Basics chapter in the book covering things like like how to wind a pompom, how to shape facial features and how to needle felt appendages. It’s all here in one handy PDF. Make a bunch of bunnies for spring!

You can also win a copy of Adventures in Pompom Land: 25 Cute Projects Made from Handmade Pompoms, plus a “Critter Kit” from Lark Crafts with everything you need to create the cover blue bird.

Just leave a comment below for your chance to win. Tell us about pompoms, spring, your current project list… Anything goes!

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63 Responses to Adventures in Pompom Land Bunny Tutorial

  1. That little bird on the front of the book is adorable and I love birds in general, do a lot of wool applique birds and now would like to make the pompoms. It would be great.

  2. I worked with pompoms in the past and have a lot of yarn and would like to get back into doing this. Love this Book!!!

  3. BRENDA SUTTON says:

    Love this little bunny. Nice giveaway. Thank you

  4. ning fathia says:

    Oh Geez, this brings back memories, as a kid I manually crafted about 100 pompoms for a school projects and that would be the only thing I did back then, during class, recces, lunch, anywhere anytime!!

  5. This would be a great gift for my niece’s upcoming birthday. Oooohh…

  6. Karen Brehm says:

    I would love to add this book to my library!

  7. Anne Marie says:

    Pom poms are the best – bring back childhood memories – fun for all ages!

  8. MarciaW. FL says:

    It would be great fun to talk my mother and sister into making a whole flock of pom pom chicks for my 5 grandnieces to name. Both my mother and sister have lots of leftover yarns from projects that can be used.

  9. MarciaW. FL says:

    My mother and sister have yard ends galore — perhaps I could talk them into collaborating to make pom pom chicks for my 5 grandnieces. It would be fun to have a whole flock of pom pom chickies that can be named.

  10. Prachi says:

    Oh – that little blue bird is adorable! Crossing my fingers.

  11. Deidre says:

    Our pompom plans include lots of birds — and paper mache bird houses — well, that is on kid spring crafting list! Thanks for the chance to win!

  12. Lorrie says:

    Such cute projects. Pompoms just make me smile.

  13. Christina says:

    I’m in the middle of a quilt for my toddler! 🙂 Would love some pompom inspiration for once it’s done 😉

  14. susie says:

    When I was little I used to make pompoms to decorate gifts. Thanks for the chance, Susie.

  15. Emily C says:

    The snow finally left. Spring may come soon. We have some flowers blooming, but the weather is still overcast and cold. Odd weather we are having here in PA.

  16. Meg S says:

    So adorable! Spring is making me want to make all of these things!!

  17. Mhairi says:

    I love pompoms and I have always wanted to know how to make those really tight and beautifully clipped pompoms. Thanks so much for sharing the pattern, I think I might be raiding my wool supply over the weekend to make a bunny. Although I will probably have help from a three year old!

  18. M says:

    Ack so cute…. The bird even has flower on her!:)

  19. rebmara says:

    What great to make with my kids!

  20. Jane says:

    everyone should learn how to make pom poms I once made them out of plastic bags! I run a childrens craft and sewing club and I’m definitely going to get them to make some pom poms lots of ideas I hadn’t thought of in this book

  21. naomi ward says:

    oh my gosh. I havn’t made pom poms since I was a child in after school class!!

  22. Carmen says:

    Such an adorable bunny – thanks for the tutorial!

  23. Karen says:

    Super cute! I think I might have to make one of those little bunnies for my niece

  24. Elizabeth Johnson says:

    I love your adorable rabbit! Spring is here in WV, everything is changing from gray to green, it is still chilly! Working on a foot stool!

  25. Abigail.S says:

    I’ve never made homemade pompoms but i would like to sometime.

  26. carriem says:

    Wow…I suddenly feel interested in pom-poms!

  27. rikki says:

    These snozberries taste like snozberries!

  28. Kathryn Knox says:

    This is the cutest book for using pompoms. Would love to have it. Thanks for the chance.

  29. Paula says:

    I can see all my leftover wool finally finding a new use. My boys would be big fans of these cute critters.

  30. Sarah N says:

    Such a cute looking book! I haven’t made pompoms since I was little, but I loved doing it! I never knew what to do with them once I’d made them, this book is obviously the answer!

  31. Ramona says:

    GAH that bunny is so cute! I’ve yet to master the pompom, so I CLEARLY need this book

  32. Christine M says:

    I haven’t made pom poms in years. Maybe I’ll have to start making some again!

  33. Beezus says:

    So sweet! I’d love to make some of these with my niece – she’s an animal lover to the core, and I know she would enjoy such cuties!

  34. Misty says:

    I love these little critters and have loads of yarn. I would love to win and make up a bunch of these little creatures for my daughter to play with!

  35. Colleen says:

    My youngest daughter loves to do any type of craft. This would be a great summer project!

  36. Linda says:

    My son would love some of these animals! They are so cute. My pom poms always come out wonky so I would love to learn how to make them look as good as this.

  37. robin says:

    Cute projects! I remember making a pom pom bunny as a girl. I gave it to my Grandma and to my delight she loved it and kept it on her headboard for many years. Made me feel so loved.

  38. Kay Eyles says:

    I used to make pompoms with my gran using a piece of card with a hole in the middle. It was fun but never this cute.

  39. Linda S says:

    Very cute book–just the kind of project my niece would love.

  40. Rebeckah says:

    I have a whole list of projects going on right now. I need to finish up my goddaughter’s afghan before her baby shower! (My goddaughter is the baby being born.)

  41. courtney says:

    these are super cute! love it!

  42. Cecilia says:

    Super cute! My daughter was asking me how to make a pompom for her hat and I didn’t have an answer! I guess I do need this book, ha!

  43. Adorable! I really need a LOT of little bluebirds.

  44. Fiona says:

    It’s snowing here today and +2C. The kit would certainly cheer me up! And I love any crafts that involve Patons Classic wool.

  45. Sarah says:

    How adorable are these little guys!!! I love the colors, too – perfect for springtime!!

  46. JLVerde says:

    I am weakened by the cute!

    I’d make so many little chicks I’d be the queen of Easter.

  47. Linda says:

    What an adorable spring project to make with the grandkids! Love it.

  48. kelli says:

    currently working on decorations for a spring shower. Pom Pom inspiration!

  49. jessicac says:

    Cute meter overload! I have never been able to get my pom poms so compact..maybe this book is just the trick!

  50. Madeline Cruz says:

    I plan to make some jewelry and a sundress for my daughter. Thanks for the giveaway!

  51. Ellen says:

    What cute pompom animals! I’ve only every made pompoms for hats, but this looks like such fun. My only problem is losing the pompom makers – I must have bought half-a-dozen over the years.

  52. vanessa dr says:

    How cute is this bird! Now that we have longer days we want to enjoy them walking under the sun, and wearing dresses and shorts. It’s time to sew for spring!

  53. Chelsea says:

    We love pompoms in our house! I am working on a sweater for my daughter and am planning a big pompom for the hood. This book looks so cute and I can’t wait to try the free pattern with my daughter.

  54. Debora Kerr says:

    I’ve never given crafting pompoms much thought before, but these projects are really cute!

  55. Bethany says:

    I have lots of baby items to make for spring. So I’ll be working on those.

  56. Amanda says:

    The projects in this book are too cute! I’ve wanted to start learning how to both needle felt and make the “perfect” pom pom, so this book is on my “buy” list.

    As for my current project list I can sum it up in one word: LONG! LoL, but there are lots of projects I’m excited about. There just isn’t enough time in the day!

  57. jaimee says:

    My most recent pompoms decorate my ‘not so itty giraffe’. Next up is pompom hair bows.

  58. Lynda says:

    Oh! I would love this book. I NEED to make that cute blue bird. NEED, I tell you!

  59. Toni Leli says:

    This Easter will be my new granddaughter’s first! I’d love to make this blue chick to put in her Easter basket!

  60. I’ve finally decided after many years of crafting to set up my own website and blog!! All still in the works but getting there. I love all crafts but only sewing about a year your blog is perfect for every level of sewer and I look forward to many more posts. My project at the minute is a king size patchwork quilt.

  61. Nati says:

    Love pom poms thanks for the chance to win!

  62. Rebecca says:

    I have lots of leftover yarn from knitting projects that would be great for pompoms!

  63. ang says:

    My boys have a million pompous poms!

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