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Last week I wanted to make some pom poms from fabric, in particular try out some purple organza I had. I have noticed fabric pom poms seem to be a popular decoration at weddings at the moment. I get a lot of hits, from search engines, looking for fabric pom poms. To start with I tore the organza into long strips (the width of the fabric) of about 1.5cm wide, tearing makes the fabric nice and 'hairy'. From the strips I made my pom pom in the traditional way, winding the fabric round and around two cardboard discs (a basic pom pom tutorial can be found here) The finished pom pom looked like an allium flower, it just needed a stem. Wooden skewers from my kitchen fitted the bill, just the right size, a quick coat of green acrylic paint and I had a stem. I was very pleased with the result so I made two more. White pom poms given the same treatment might look like dandelion seed heads.