Are you ready to pom pom?
We are, thanks to the Loome Tool.
We’re very picky about tools. A tool has to earn its place alongside our stitch markers and swan scissors.
You can improvise pom poms and tassels with a piece of cardboard, but the process gets a whole lot easier, and the results get a whole lot nicer, when you use the Loome Tool. And to top it all off, it’s simple and satisfying to use.
We offer two versions of the Loome Tool: the compact Robot Model, and the Slingshot XL, for larger pom poms, and the handy grip that helped David take care of Goliath.
Specs & Details
Slingshot XL 7": 7.35" H x 3.20" W (18.67 cm H x 8.13 cm W)
When it comes to tools, simple is best, and multi-purpose is even better. When we saw the Loome Tool in action, it became our tool of choice for making pom poms and tassels, and also for whipping up a braided cord or friendship bracelet if the mood should strike. (It’s nice to know we’re ready for that situation.)
Cassie Hull used the Loome Tool to make the flufftastic pom poms and tassels featured in Field Guide No. 3: Wild Yarns.
For more how-to and pom pom adventures, check out Kay’s Secrets to Great Pom Poms.
Photos courtesy of Loome Tool.