DIY Cardboard Tube Knitting Loom Tutorial from Hands Occupied here. This is a really good tutorial using bare bone materials that you almost definitely have at home. For finger knitting tutorials and finger knitting DIYs go here: unicornhatparty.com/tagged/finger-knitting
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DIY Cardboard Tube Knitting Loom Tutorial from Hands Occupied here. This is a really good tutorial using bare bone materials that you almost definitely have at home. For finger knitting tutorials and finger knitting DIYs go here: unicornhatparty.com/tagged/finger-knitting

DIY Kids (age 4-6) Cardboard and Yarn Ornament Tutorial from Cosas Molonas here.
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DIY Kids (age 4-6) Cardboard and Yarn Ornament Tutorial from Cosas Molonas here.

DIY Flower Pom Poms Tutorial from mrprintables here. No special pom pom maker - just cardboard and yarn. The trick is in how the cardboard is wrapped with different colors in different orders. For more pom pom projects go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/pompoms
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DIY Flower Pom Poms Tutorial from mrprintables here. No special pom pom maker - just cardboard and yarn. The trick is in how the cardboard is wrapped with different colors in different orders. For more pom pom projects go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/pompoms

DIY Occupational Therapy/Physical Therapy Crochet Balloon Free Pattern from Ellen Tein here. I used Chrome to translate Finnish to English. 
starsinthesamesky said: Why on earth would you crochet a balloon?
rainbowsandunicornscrafts: for physical therapy or OT (occupational therapy) for children or adults. Because balloons travel slower in the air and are softer than balls, they are easier to catch. Netting makes them more tactile and easier to catch also. 
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DIY Occupational Therapy/Physical Therapy Crochet Balloon Free Pattern from Ellen Tein here. I used Chrome to translate Finnish to English. 

starsinthesamesky said: Why on earth would you crochet a balloon?

rainbowsandunicornscrafts: for physical therapy or OT (occupational therapy) for children or adults. Because balloons travel slower in the air and are softer than balls, they are easier to catch. Netting makes them more tactile and easier to catch also.