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Pom Pom Quarterly Issue 18 – Autumn 2016


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sweater PPQ18

Pom Pom Quarterly Issue 18 – Autumn 2016


There’s something magical about natural dyes that  Pom Pom has  always found intriguing. They decided it wasn’t enough to use the odd naturally dyed yarn; instead a whole  issue is devoted to them in all their glory. So here it is!

There is  an incredible line up of yarns, transformed by some of your favourite designers into eleven autumnal knits, all inspired by the great outdoors, where leaves will soon be changing colour and snuggly sweaters and wraps will be part of our day-to-day wardrobe again.

Featuring designs by

PPQ18 explore’s the magic of natural dyeing through tutorials, recipes, and musings from legendary practitioners Kristine Vejar, Caitlin ffrench, Emma Price, and more!

printed in the UK on lovely heavy paper
– includes digital download –
recipes, articles, tutorials + more!

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Pom Pom was founded in 2012 as a quarterly that would present knitting, crochet, and craft in the modern, beautiful, and meaningful way ,how it   always known it should be. Mainly conceived as a collection of patterns complemented by thoughtful writing and useful tutorials, Pom Pom also celebrate the joy of making, hopefully without taking themselves too seriously!

Since  kitchen table beginnings, they’ve gone on to feature some of the most well-known and loved independent designers and yarn producers, with some of the less well-known also growing along with along side the magazine. They are so proud and lucky to be able to say that Pom Pom is now stocked at over 250 locally-owned yarn and craft stores across four continents and 20 countries. At Pom Pom everybody knows that knitters are creative, curious people – so they also include lots of other features for you to enjoy – from cocktail recipes, to dyeing tutorials, to articles about 18th century paper cut artists! Basically anything that may inspire you. Pom pom also take pride in every detail of their magazine, from the typefaces they use right down to the paper its printed on – knitters are tactile people after all! Pom Pom has always been, and continue to be, printed in the United Kingdom.


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