Pom Pom is a quarterly, collectable publication based in London, UK for smart, creative types who like knitting patterns with a modern aesthetic, great photography and interesting writing. They’re also into lots of other types of crafts and of course music, fashion, art, food and just generally making the world a little more beautiful with the things we make!
Info on the latest issue (28) - available for immediate delivery
Bursting forth this spring, the botanical-inspired issue sees the designers looking to flora for the seed of their ideas. Issue 28 is budding with your next ‘must make’ projects, and the editors are delighted to feature no less that three gorgeous crochet patterns.
Take your pick from these blooming beautiful designers:
AMBER PLATZER CORCORAN // EMILY GREENE // LYDIA GLUCK // JUDITH BRAND // KELLY ORDEMAN // ISA CATEPILLÁN // LIZA LAIRD // STELLA EGIDI
There also is a lovely lineup of verdant thoughts for you – Anna Maltz’s musings on plant based fibres, Rebecca Lawrence’s method for botanical-infused gin, and Paula Goosen’s tutorial for making your own floral lotion bars.
Wherever your crafty pursuits take you this spring, this issues goes some way to helping your creativity flourish, maybe even flower.
Pom Pom was set up in 2012 by Lydia Gluck and Meghan Fernandes. They knew (like you probably did!) that knitting is super-cool, but felt that based on the way it was presented in the media, it didn’t always look super-cool to the naked eye. So backed by their amazingly talented army of friends who also happen to be designers, writers, photographers and all-around wonderful people, they got started making a magazine, hoping to present knitting and craft in the best possible light!
Composition: 80% Superwash Merino, 20% Silk Length: 100g = 600m / 656ydsSuggested Needle Size: 2mm for socks, 2.75 for garments, 3.25mm and up for laceGauge: 40 sts x 56 rows =...
Composition: 80% Superwash Merino, 20% Silk Length: 50g = 300m / 328ydsSuggested Needle Size: 2mm for socks, 2.75 for garments, 3.25mm and up for laceGauge: 40 sts x 56 rows =...
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