And you thought I was finished with my knitting theme! Well, truthfully, so did I.
I’ve been blown away by the responses to the story of Hue at Churton Park School and her fantastic knitting programme. And so when I came cross this very cool idea over the weekend which involves knitting and libraries on Gabrielle Blair’s website, Design Mom, I knew I just had to share it.
Gabrielle’s posting includes a step-by-step guide on how to make the cutest pom-pom bookmarks. This idea is very timely as we head into the Christmas gift-giving season. One of these gorgeous pom-poms would make a lovely addition to a book being given as a present that you could involve the kids in creating. (either your kids at school or your own bunch at home!). If you give it a go, let me know!
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They are really lovely Senga. I want some for me – let alone making them for anyone else. I might try and get my Bookclub making them – although I’m not sure about their practical skills – I’m sure we could have some real fun trying!
I know what you mean! They really would make the coolest presents! I’d love to hear about how pom-pom making goes with your book club 🙂
Here’s an update on our library blog about the pom-pom production line. It’s been very messy and great fun!