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POM POM QUARTERLY ISSUE 32

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NEW : Spring issue 2020 

Edited in English

Printed in United Kingdom, Pom Pom Quarterly was founded in 2012 as a quarterly that presents knitting, crochet, and craft in the modern, beautiful, and meaningful way we’ve always known it should be. Mainly conceived as a collection of patterns complemented by thoughtful writing and useful tutorials, Pom-Pom also celebrates the joy of making, hopefully without taking itself too seriously!
First focused on a diverse collection of knitting patterns and tutorials, the magazine highlights the pleasure of making with your hands and develops our creativity through ever more inspiring articles. Gourmet recipes, the secrets of wool dyeing workshops, meeting knit designers … Everything is done to spark our interest and inspire us to create more.

Welcome to Issue 32, the Spring 2020 collection which is inspired by the concept of air! The designs within the forthcoming pages celebrate the air-filled spaces which bring knit and crochet patterns to life – expect lots of lace and gauzy mohair – but also honour the intangible, liminal spaces which many of us inhabit.

Discover the patterns of the Issue 32 on Ravelry.

 

 

NEW : Spring issue 2020 

Edited in English

Printed in United Kingdom, Pom Pom Quarterly was founded in 2012 as a quarterly that presents knitting, crochet, and craft in the modern, beautiful, and meaningful way we’ve always known it should be. Mainly conceived as a collection of patterns complemented by thoughtful writing and useful tutorials, Pom-Pom also celebrates the joy of making, hopefully without taking itself too seriously!
First focused on a diverse collection of knitting patterns and tutorials, the magazine highlights the pleasure of making with your hands and develops our creativity through ever more inspiring articles. Gourmet recipes, the secrets of wool dyeing workshops, meeting knit designers … Everything is done to spark our interest and inspire us to create more.

Welcome to Issue 32, the Spring 2020 collection which is inspired by the concept of air! The designs within the forthcoming pages celebrate the air-filled spaces which bring knit and crochet patterns to life – expect lots of lace and gauzy mohair – but also honour the intangible, liminal spaces which many of us inhabit.

Discover the patterns of the Issue 32 on Ravelry.

 

 

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A collaboration with Ocean Rose who is this issue’s Art Director, and the hope is that the designs, words, and photos within are like a breath of fresh, well, air!

Accompanying the designers’ work is the interview, ‘Liminal Bodies’, by Francesca Baldry with Jacqueline Cieslack, a recipe for meringues by Kat Goldin, and Ocean has written a tutorial for a Floating Floral Arrangement which appears to be artfully suspended in mid-air !