Pom Pom Scarf

There are so many things I am excited about with today’s project! First of all…the ladies from Simple Simon and Company are two of my most favorite ladies EVER! They are crazy talented, so super sweet and some of the funnest ladies around! Second of all…this projects is beyond adorable, comfy and cozy and yelling FASHION STATEMENT! Pom Poms are so much fun and this stunning little scarf is covered in them! Scarfs are such a fun accessory to wear and this scarf is one you are going to want to wear every single day! Enjoy!

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The pom pom trend is a HUGE one this Spring and it is a fun one to add to any accessory that you already have…and today we will show you how to add pom poms onto anything that you already have in your closet. Hello everyone! We are Elizabeth and liZ, two girls who married brothers and ended up with the exact same name. We blog together at Simple Simon and Company where we love to share with everyone our love of sewing, quilting, crafting and the art of homemaking.

The first thing you will need is some pom pom trim. Pom Poms come in LOTS of different sizes and colors and are usually sold by the yard. For today’s project we chose the mini-pom poms and an infinity scarf that I found on clearance for .97 cents (run to Old Navy!) for a fun spring piece to add to any wardrobe.

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Pom Pom Fringe
The next thing you will need to sew pom poms on, is a zipper foot. It is a foot that looks like this one below and is used so that the foot can go around the pom poms without getting stuck on each and every little ball. It usually comes with your sewing machine….so just open your drawer or compartment and look for your zipper foot.

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See how the foot will not get stuck on the pom pom trim? It’s perfect for sewing zippers and pom poms. 😉

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All you need to do is pin the pom pom trim onto your item and then stitch along the top line of the trim to permanently attach the poms to your scarf. And you are done!!!

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We have several other pom pom projects over at Simple Simon and Company, including this darling play tent over a card table that uses pom pom trim….

and also this tutorial on How to add pom poms onto a simple skirt!

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Happy pom pom sewing!!!!
~Elizabeth and liZ

Thank you ladies for sharing this fabulous Pom Pom Scarf with us today! Who doesn’t love a little Pom Pom action? I absolutely love this fun trim for clothing, accessories, home decor and anything else you can think of putting it on. I love how easy it is to work with and to sew on anything in your closet! For more fantastic sewing projects and more pure amazing projects by these two lovely ladies, make sure to visit their blog at Simple Simon and Company!

Pom Poms are seriously one of the funnest trims around. They are easy to work with and look great on any project you can think of! Here are a few more incredible Pom Pom inspired projects you are sure to love!

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For all of your Pom Pom projects, Spring projects and any other projects on your to-do list…make sure you stop by The Ribbon Retreat to see all of our ribbons, trims, gems and more! You will find all you need to complete all of the above projects and all yet to come! Find our FUN one stop crafty shop HERE!

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