Yarn pom wreaths have been on my radar for a few years now. I love their nostalgic quality (who didn’t make yarn poms growing up!) and their homemade, unpolished look. I decided to finally make one for our front door this year, and chose to make it all in white poms to contrast against our burgundy door. The white poms look very wintry and snowy without being specific to any season. The cozy texture also goes well with all the home-y plaid we have going on inside the house this year.
To make a Winter Yarn Pom Wreath, you will need:
PRO TIP: If you knit or crochet, you probably already know this tip. ALWAYS check the dye lot before you purchase several skeins of the same color yarn. Just because they are labeled the same color (in this case “Antique White”) does NOT mean they will match! I had to go back and switch out one of my skeins because it was significantly pinker than the other two. Skeins from the same dye lot should all match.