In this Northern Hemisphere Autumn issue, the patterns are inspired by the sea, its coastal surroundings, and its beautiful ever-changing shapes and textures. The yarn palette draws from the many colours of the sea, as well as the soft shades of sand, shingle, and shells. The Pom Pom designers have created a treasure chest of patterns: four jumpers, two wraps, a cardi, a tee, and a hat that will see you from high tide to low tide as the season shifts. Other contributions include poetry and images from Ocean Rose, musings on sailors' knots and knitting from Clara Parkes, and an easy pickle recipe from Rebecca Lawrence to give you a taste of salty seas.
Issue 29 / Summer 2019
The nine designs in Issue 29 were inspired by ceramic tiles, terracotta, and sand, so expect earthy shades with splashes of colour and organic, repeating patterns. For your summer wardrobe, we have essential tops and tees, a cardigan, a shawl, and a crochet bag – all light and breezy for warmer days.
Issue 28 / Spring 2019 - The Botanical Issue
Bursting forth this spring (in the Northern Hemisphere), this botanical-inspired issue sees some amazing designers looking to flora for the seed of their ideas. Issue 28 is budding with your next ‘must make’ projects, and we’re delighted to feature no less that three gorgeous crochet patterns.
Issue 27 / Winter 2018 - The Winter Issue with guest editor, Norah Gaughran!
Pom Pom Quarterly Magazine is honoured to collaborate with Norah Gaughan as their winter issue guest editor, and nothing could have prepared them for the beauty and drama of the results. Taking the idea of tough Victoriana, the traditional notion of a delicate lady surrounded by flowers is transformed into a warrior woman of strength and resilience.