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Crochet Pom Pom

Pom Pom

Crochet Pom Pom

This crochet toy is made to look like Pom Pom from a kids show called ‘True and The Rainbow Kingdom’.

I wanted to make Pom Pom because it looked like a really fun project; and it was! Pom Pom was a super quick and easy character to make. It’s a fun day project for anyone who enjoys watching the show or who just like the way Pom Pom looks.


For those who don’t know, True is the main character of the show. She spends her days with her best friend Bartleby. True leads quite an interesting life, tackling different problems she may be faced with. With the help of her friend Zee and the Wishing Tree she’s given 3 wishes to help her resolve any problem.

Pom Pom is seen on Episode 1 of Season 1. Pom Pom is a wish that can amplify any sound. It can even make the quietest of whispers VERY LOUD.

With its round white body, and protruding pink lips it’s definitely one of the wishes that stands out from a crowd.


Any Weight 4 Yarn in colours

  • White
  • Pink

3.5mm hook
Tapestry Needle
Place Marker
6mm safety eyes
Polyfill Stuffing

I can’t tell you the specific yarn I used (I bought the yarn from a thrift store) but I highly recommend this yarn.

Recommended White Yarn






US Crochet Terms

  • Single Crochet (sc)
  • Magic Ring (MR)
  • Increase (inc)
  • Stitch(es) (st or sts)
  • Decrease (dec)

About The Pattern


This pattern is for personal and non-profit use ONLY. Distribution of this pattern by means of profit making i.e. reselling or manufacturing, is prohibited. Do NOT sell the pattern itself or any resulting products from the use of this pattern in any way shape or form on any social media platform, custom work, or commission requests.

The character design belongs to Home Plate Entertainment Guru Studio and not me. However, I am the sole creator of this crochet pattern.

The pattern is worked in continuous rounds.

(__,__)x# rep = repeat the set number of stitches that many times.

**Example: (sc, inc)x6 means repeat (1 sc, 1 inc) 6 times for a total of 18 stitches.

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Using white yarn:

Round 1. 6sc into MR (6 sts)

Round 2. 6inc (12 sts)

Round 3. (sc, inc)x6 rep (18 sts)

Round 4. (2sc, inc)x6 rep (24 sts)

Round 5. (3sc, inc)x6 rep (30 sts)

Round 6. 30sc (30 sts)

Round 7. (4sc, inc)x6 rep (36 sts)

Rounds 8 through 12. 36sc (36 sts)

*Place safety eyes in Round 8 with 7 sts in between the eyes*

Round 13. (4sc, dec)x6 rep (30 sts)

Round 14. 30sc (30 sts)

Round 15. (3sc, dec)x6 rep (24 sts)

Round 16. (2sc, dec)x6 rep (18 sts)

Round 17. (sc, dec)x6 rep (12 sts)

Round 18. 6dec (6 sts)

Cut medium length tail for sewing, fasten off, sew hole closed.


Using pink yarn:

Round 1. 5sc into MR (5 sts)

Rounds 2 through 12. 5sc (5 sts)

Cut a long tail, fasten off, and sew hole closed.

Using the long tail sew the mouth to the body just under the eyes leaving 1 stitch between the bottom of the edge of the eyes and the top edge tips of the mouth.

Using the same tail add blush marks in between the mouth and eyes. Fasten off tail end and hide ends in the body.

*Tip: It helps to pin the mouth to the body before beginning to sew.*

Finishing Touches

If you haven’t already, add the pink blush marks directly under the eyes.

Using black embroidery floss (or weight 1/lace yarn) and add the black smile along the pink mouth.

Hide all tails in the body

AND YOU’RE DONE! YAY! Congratulations 😀


Did you enjoy making Pom Pom? Check out the crochet versions of True’s other wishes from the same episode!