Book Review

Published on April 5th, 2016 | by Csilla


Discover the amazing Pompomania and win a copy!

Did you love spending rainy days making pompoms at home as a child? If so, then maybe it is time to step up your pompom game and rediscover just how fun they can be! Christine Leech’s new book Pompomania is guaranteed to get you all obsessed about them again.

Christine Leech is an absolute expert in anything craftsy! She has a blog called “Sew Yeah” and now writes a craft feature for LoveKnitting. Check out her cute pompom bunny tutorial for us. She has also written multiple books about sewing, felting, printing and scissor crafts! So when we heard that she is writing a book about pompom-making we were instantly sold!

Peek a Pom! @sewyeah’s new book is available at @quadrillecraft #PomPom #PomPomMania #LoveKnitting @smashboxcosmetics

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Her book Pompomania came out a few weeks ago and we were lucky enough to be invited to her VIP book launch at Smashbox Cosmetics London where we were treated to everything a girl’s heart could desire – make-up, sweets, cheeky cocktails, and of course pompoms!


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The book features over 20 different types of pompoms, with truly unique ideas and combinations. The instructions are easy to follow thanks to the step-by-step photos and clear instructions. All you need is a pompom-maker, some yarn and some sharp scissors and off you go!




What a perfect way to spend a Wednesday night. We had a great time making a couple of pompoms each and even managed the cute ones with heart-shapes on them. The book sure has something for everybody, with a pompom-bonsai tree, smiley-faces, a mini pompomeranian puppy, or even a spooky Mexican Day of the Dead skull creation.


Try your luck at our “Spot the difference!” game.
Just find the differences between the two images below and let us know in the comments how many you found.
We will pick two winners to receive a copy of Pompomania. The game ends on the 15th of April 2016.
Good luck!


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adores soft and snuggly accessories and thinks there is no better way than making them yourself. She loves knitting, yoga and picnics in the park.

Last updated: April 4th, 2016.

62 Responses to Discover the amazing Pompomania and win a copy!

  1. miss agnes says:

    I spotted five differences. I would love this book. I decided pompoms would be the best answer to my stash and scraps problems, and these pompom macaroons are just too lovely.

  2. Katie Verna says:

    Yep! Spotted the five.
    Sure, this would be fun. My grands have been making pompom rabbits lately.

  3. Elaine says:

    I spotted 6 differences. This would be such a fun activity to share with my daughters – thanks for this opportunity!

  4. Pat Collingwood says:

    Love the book, I spotted 6 differences.

  5. Pamela says:

    I see 6 differences. What a cute book and a fun activity!

  6. Alison B says:

    I have spotted six differences, think my grand daughter would love this book, what fun

  7. KCausey says:

    Six differences.

  8. Sally says:

    I spotted six!

  9. Pamela J. says:

    Wow, I need to get my glasses checked. I only found two.

  10. Bea Hanson says:

    I spotted seven.

  11. Kimberley Parfitt says:

    Hello! I found six differences!
    Thank you for the fun!

  12. Diana says:

    Hi @all. I found 6 differences between them.

  13. Linda Rumsey says:


  14. Christen says:

    I found six…

  15. Heather says:

    I see six. I love pompoms. Would love to win this book! Thank you!

  16. Janet Reinhart says:

    Found 6 differences – and my 16-year-old granddaughter and I would have a ball (or a pompom) with this book!

  17. Christine says:

    I spotted six differences

  18. Chris Hunt says:

    I have found six. This looks a fun book. I would love to be able to make pom poms like this.

  19. Jill says:

    I spotted 6 mistakes. Love the pompom with the heart pattern. Would make a fun cot mobile.

  20. Ann Sinclair says:

    I saw 6 differences. I enjoyed the review of this book.

  21. Christine Whiddon says:

    Found six differences.Love pompoms to decorate sweatrs I knit for grandkids!

  22. Mrs Mary Volkering says:

    Six differnces – fun book!

  23. Annie says:

    I see six differences. I would love a copy of popomania because pompoms are like buttons and tassels; not enough people enjoy the fun

  24. Bronwyn says:

    6, I think. 😉 This book looks great! I am going to share it with my new facebook group.

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  25. Karen says:

    Six differences. Love the idea of the book and have fond memories of making pom poms as a child. Recently saw pom pom like mobiles in bright colors while in Mexico and had to bring home one for my newborn grandson. I would love the book!

  26. AL says:

    I see Six differences….and I’m sending a book to my daughter……maybe I’ll win one too!

  27. Angelique Beugelink-Keuning says:

    My girls love making animal pompoms – pompoen in Dutch

  28. Jeri Johnson Elliott says:

    I see 6

  29. Myriam says:

    I only see 5 differences

  30. Aimee Croke says:

    I see 6! My little lady got a pom pom pets kit for Christmas and hasn’t stopped making pom pom creatures since! She’d love this book 🙂

  31. Satig Rochefort says:

    5 differences …
    I would love the book and also luv to knit
    Thank you

  32. Wendy says:

    I can see 6 differences and would love the book so I could make things with my grandson! 🙂

  33. Kaat Neesen says:

    6 differences. I love liquorice!

  34. Jane Mc Carthy says:

    I only spotted 6 differences.
    I have started showing the kids how to make pom poms and this book would be a great help.

  35. Glenis Entwistle says:

    I have found six, I am just getting into doing pom poms and this book would be a brilliant start.

  36. janey_mcjane says:

    6 ?
    never heard of liquorice day…but i really need your pom-pom book now to make some liquorice sorts (sic) – how clever you are:]

  37. Hilary Bennett says:

    I found 6differences. The liquorice pom-poms are great. Liquorice is made in Pontefract Yorkshire where we have a liquorice festival every July! xx

  38. Lisa Coughlan says:

    I Found 6 Differences Between The Two Pictures, Looks A Fun Book.

  39. Sheena Brown says:

    six differences

  40. Zena Atkins says:

    I spy 6…..remember making these as a child using cardboard. Have just been bought some Pom Pom makers for my birthday. Can’t wait to try them out. Looks much easier than cardboard. Zx

  41. Jenny Wiese says:

    I spotted six and LOVE the licorice candy directions. ? I hope to make them and put them in an antique candy jar.

  42. Cindy says:

    I spotted 7 differences! Thanks for having a giveaway! How cute!

  43. Elise says:

    Six differences! 🙂

  44. Cheryl says:

    I spy six 🙂

  45. Ann Cochrane says:

    I counted 6 differences.

  46. jenny flaxman says:

    I spotted 6 differences and so did my daughter. We both love the book and will be buying one if we’re not lucky enough to win one!

  47. Debi Wilkinson says:

    I spotted 6 differences. Love the book. Fingers crossed!

  48. Kathryn Gelsthorpe says:

    There are 6 differences. I love the look of the book. I haven’t made pompoms for years so would love to try again ?

  49. elpherlol says:

    It took me awhile but spotted just six differences. Following a stroke I was started on simple crafts by my physiotherapist and these included working with yarns. Many knitters struggle after events like this but I found I could crochet because it didn’t involve so much movement with my left arm. Funnily enough, we were also shown Pom Pom making because learning to wind involves many hand/eye skills and, when successful, ending up with a beautiful Pom Pom too! I’ve stumbled across this book today, another lucky co-incidence, as didn’t realise that you can be so creative by making and using Pom Poms. I just love the li cornice all sorts so want to start with them but may be running before I can walk. Whether lucky or not, it’s good to learn that Pom Poms aren’t just for hats! Wishing everyone the best of luck, x

  50. LA King says:

    Seen 6 differences & have all fingers & toes crossed, hoping to be lucky

  51. Helen Baraniecki says:

    I found 6 differences. Loving the ideas.

  52. Carmen N says:

    I spotted 5 differences

  53. Diana Shipp says:

    I see 6. Love pom poms !

  54. Trinity says:

    I’ve been loionkg for a post like this for an age

  55. carmela says:

    I found 6 differences.

  56. Lynn McC says:

    What a fun book! My youngest daughter and I would have a great time making these brilliant designs.
    I spotted six differences.

  57. valerie says:

    I see 6 differences

  58. Christine Taylor says:

    I found 6 differences. Brilliant ideas

  59. Rosemary Druce says:

    I found six. I have just bought some pom pom makers but haven’t started yet due to lack of pattern inspiration, although I plan to make a big ball for my new grandson. I think this book might be the answer!

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