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Create: Wool Felt Trivet

By: Kate Riley

Wool Felt Trivet

Getting Started

If you’re looking for a DIY project to add warmth and texture to your kitchen or dining room, look no further than this wool felt pompom trivet.

Wool felt pompoms have a soft and fuzzy texture that is so charming, and you can buy them in larger sizes and in any color imaginable. Make sure to use the thicker 2cm wool felt balls; nothing smaller or you risk reactivating the glue.

You Will Need

Materials Needed

Other Materials

  • 100 wool felt balls in colors of choice
  • Cork trivet base
  • Scotchgard™
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Start Repairing

Step 1

The process is incredibly simple. Find the middle of the cork trivet base and glue the first felt ball down. Work your way around with hot glue, holding each pompom in place for about 10 seconds to keep the arrangement tight. Consider protecting your final trivet with a spray of Scotchgard™ to resist stains.

The process is incredibly simple. Find the middle of the cork trivet base and glue the first felt ball down. Work your way around with hot glue, holding each pompom in place for about 10 seconds to keep the arrangement tight. Consider protecting your final trivet with a spray of Scotchgard™ to resist stains.

Step 2

You can form a circle shape or a hexagon shape by squeezing the glued wool felt balls into corners and making straight lines around the perimeter. Take it one felt ball at a time, holding each one in place as you form the geometric shape. Or you could trim the cork base into that shape beforehand.

You can form a circle shape or a hexagon shape by squeezing the glued wool felt balls into corners and making straight lines around the perimeter. Take it one felt ball at a time, holding each one in place as you form the geometric shape. Or you could trim the cork base into that shape beforehand.

Step 3

Consider protecting your final trivet with a spray of Scotchgard™ to resist stains.

Consider protecting your final trivet with a spray of Scotchgard™ to resist stains.

Finished Product

It’s a fun and easy afternoon craft project, perfect for a rainy day. It’s also a project you can complete in under an hour, just in time to enjoy a hot cup of tea.

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