All you need for this project are some branches/twigs (the size and amount that you want for your vase or other arrangement plan), yarn leftover scraps, glue, and scissors.
To change colors, when you have about 3-4 inches of your first color left, hold the tip of the next color alongside the branch. Wrap the last 2-3 wraps of the first color around the end of the next color:
Hold the end of the first color against the branch, and start wrapping with the next color over the first color, wrapping over the tip to hold it down:
When you reach the end, cut the yarn when it’s wrapped all the way to the top, then unwrap a couple times around, dot some glue on the branch end, and wrap back over the glue.
By the way, I do recommend doing this project over newspapers – the little twig dust gets everywhere on your workspace, so newspaper makes for easy cleanup!
If you do snap an offshoot after wrapping, like you can see I did below, you can glue it back together, twisting it to get the wrapping back in place as much as possible.
So, just keep on wrapping until you’ve wrapped all the branches you want…