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These are nice ideas to make use of pom poms. These rugs look so cosy. The top rug is from a book called Craftivity The rug below is a free pattern on the Lion Brand website
I love! Love! LOVE! This rug!
Thanks for the site and awesome crafting ideas! I will definitely be referring back to you for more awesome craft ideas.
p.s. I featured this on my blog <3 http://zanthie.tumblr.com/post/759910340/pom-pom
Oh my god these are so cute and look so cosy! Could just curl up on one of those!
THAT IS SO CUTE!!!!!
"Don't step on the mome raths!"
Or do, rather, for they are soooft and extra comfy.
I feel your concern, I think they look like a a carpet of Tribbles
How did you get a picture of the rug in my house by the fireplace? Glad you admire my handicraft.
Oh, sorry, I'm mixing up reality with my dream house. Now I need to wait till an old lady gets crushed under the weight of her old spare balls of wool and her family donates them to the charity shop. This will happen just when I'm passing and i'll be half way there...
You made me laugh Claire. The charity shop idea will only lead to disappointment. Your rug will be 100% acrylic or worse nylon. Your palette will be restricted to school jumper grey and baby pastels. How quickly a dream can become a nightmare!
How wicked is this rug ? - I love it. I would put it on my Santa list but fear either the cat or the hoover might make a go of it!
I think the cost of the wool might be prohibitive, unless you have a stash of yarn already.
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