Pompoms are currently super-fashionable, whether adorning a headdress, swinging from a bag handle or dangling from a mobile or keyring. But why have a plain coloured pompom when you could have a tiny panda or a watermelon slice pompom? With no fancy equipment needed - in fact, you can make do with rings cut from cardboard, four bulldog clips, a pencil and a pair of scissors, plus your yarn - these pompoms are inexpensive to make for yourself or for others. With striking, graphic photography and clear step-by-step photographs to accompany all the instructions - and with each pompom taking no more than an hour to make - with Pompomania you can easily add a little pomzazz to your world.
Christine Leech has been an avid crafter since childhood and has over 15 years'experience designing and art directing a host of women's magazines, most recentlyworking as creative director of the acclaimed Marie Claire Runway. When not writingcraft books, Christine divides her time between magazine work and blogging aboutall things craft at sewyeah.co.uk. Christine co-created the bestselling booksEverything Alice and Everything Oz, as well as three titles in the Simple Makesseries, Felt Sew Good, Little Sew and Sew and Scissors, Paper, Craft.