Issue 48 Spring 2024 - PREORDER
Issue 48 Spring 2024 - PREORDER
Issue 48 Spring 2024 - PREORDER
Issue 48 Spring 2024 - PREORDER
Issue 48 Spring 2024 - PREORDER
Issue 48 Spring 2024 - PREORDER
Issue 48 Spring 2024 - PREORDER
Issue 48 Spring 2024 - PREORDER
Issue 48 Spring 2024 - PREORDER
Issue 48 Spring 2024 - PREORDER
Issue 48 Spring 2024 - PREORDER
Issue 48 Spring 2024 - PREORDER

Pom Pom

Issue 48 Spring 2024 - PREORDER

Sale price$25.50
Coming Soon

This is a preorder and will be available January 18, 2024.

Pickup currently unavailable at 6328 San Pablo Ave

Issue 48 Spring 2024 - PREORDER

6328 San Pablo Ave

Pickup currently unavailable

6328 San Pablo Ave
Oakland CA 94608
United States

Pom Pom's last issue!

~~~

Pom Pom is a quarterly collectible publication based in London, UK. It stands out as a must-have knitting magazine due to its modern, creative patterns. 

It is with bittersweet pride that we present the 48th and final issue of Pom Pom Quarterly. The title of this edition, Check Mate, has many meanings to us at this time, but most importantly, it marks the end of a wonderful journey. This knitted and crocheted ode to wovens includes patterns we believe any maker will be proud to create. With two needles or a hook, these designs were inspired by the beauty of weaving and pay a special tribute to this ancient sister craft.

From plaids worked in various ways and on various scales, to beautiful colourwork designs that reference overshot weaving, we love the way our designers have highlighted the sisterhood between yarn-based mediums and the common thread that runs through textiles.

Inside this final issue you will also find a luxurious coaster weaving tutorial from Woven Glow, a written piece on her family's weaving traditions from Jennifer Berg, and a delicious braided challah bread recipe from Challah Back Girls.

Featuring designs by:

Marie Régnier // Susan Lin  // Giuseppina Flamini // Yessabett Bueno  // Stine Hoelgaard // Olivia Glennon // Sara Ottosson // Julia Wilkens // Jule Kebelmann // Elspeth Vance


~~~

Pom Pom Quarterly is now printed in a larger format to better show off each issue’s patterns and photography, and to better help you choose which project to cast on first. With larger pages comes an improved layout, which will make their pattern instructions easier to read. Also there are now more pages per issue. Committed to finding sustainably sourced paper, new issues of Pom Pom Quarterly will continue to be printed in the UK and are now carbon balanced with the World Land Trust.