Had an empty bowl.
Filled it up FAST & FREE. (Same way I made my SNOWBALLS. You can see them HERE.)
You won't need as much yarn if you start with a ball formed from a plastic grocery bag. We all have lots of those, right?
Just start wrapping. . .
and continue wrapping. . .
until the grocery bag is covered. Cut your yarn and tuck the loose end under some of the wrapped yarn.
I started with a grocery bag wadded into a smaller ball for the second one to vary the size a bit. I also untwisted the yarn slightly on the second ball to give it a different look.
The variegated yarn was used on 4 other bag balls of various sizes - giving each a unique look.
The 7th ball was created with the last bits of both skeins twisted together. That's the one on top.
Bowl filled. Mission accomplished.
I'm off to bake a triple batch of buttermilk rolls now - some for Thanksgiving - some for the freezer!
All is well in the Keweenaw.