I can be a bit of a hoarder… with yarn, especially. But with other things, too. I blame Creativity. I can imagine uses for items which others would find useless. So I keep them.
One of the treasures which waits for me in the forgotten darkness of my storage unit, month after month, is a very nice wicker basket, which I very much wanted to be part of my wedding. It was meant to hold costumes which the kids could try on, followed by silly pictures & lifelong memories. This poor wicker basket never got to fulfill this joyful purpose, as it ended up being used to transport decorations, & was then forgotten in the dressing room during the flurry of loveliness which was going on outside.
But the wicker basket did make it into this photo, as a background to something I also found in my storage unit, on the same day that I saved it from the dark oblivion of forgotten-ness.
Behold Hundreds of Hours Sitting on the Floor with Super Glue. Or, if that name isn’t chic enough, we can just call it Nareya Yarn Mosaic’s Double-Sided Pom Pom Yarn. Note the flower image on one side, & the geometric blue square, more abstract image on the opposite side.
My yarn works in the same way as:
Red Heart Yarn: Pomp-A-Doodle Yarn
Red Heart Yarn: Spark-A-Doodle Yarn
Loops & Threads: Pom-Pom Yarn
Mondial: Frivola Lux Pom Pom Yarn
Sundance: Shaggy Pom Pom Eyelash Yarn
Sensations: Lovebug Yarn
Bernat: Baby Pom Pom Yarn
…and many many other brands.
Here’s a video which shows how to knit with pom-pom yarn:
Like most pom-pom yarns, there are two knit stitches between each pom-pom.
The only *difference* between all of these pom-pom yarns and Nareya Yarn Mosaic Double-Sided Pom Pom Yarn, is that mine creates a specific image. Each pom pom is colored in such a way that it will create this image.
Now that I’ve found this little hidden Lovely, it’s time to send her to some companies & cross my fingers for a contract!