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For Pom Pom's 40th issue, they have conjured up a knitted dreamworld! Allow the latest collection to transport you to your yarn-filled happy place with joy-bringing patterns which are whimsical without compromising elegance or wearability.
The designs reference the seemingly unstructured nature of dreams through floaty fabrics and ethereal embellishments, loose gauge, and by gently emboldening the maker to use their intuition when it comes to playing with colour. As with anything that appears effortless, copious amounts of imagination and clever thinking form the foundation of these designs and they encourage the kind of creative escapism we cherish in crafting. The patterns in this collection vary in intensity; from ones which will allow you to realise your knitting fantasies to others you could finish with your eyes closed. But rest assured, each one will grant you gratification in a different way.
Featuring designs by: AIMEE SHER // ALLISON LUTES // EDDA LILJA GUÐMUNDSDÓTTIR // HANNA LÜBBEN // JULIE DUBREUX // MARIE RÉGNIER // MARZENA KOŁACZEK // POPE VERGARA // REED KEYES.
In addition to the 10 knitting patterns, the spring 2022 collection contains an article, ‘Making a World’ by lilith green, in which lilith talks about her experience of autism and how the act of making provides a haven from a world which prioritises neurotypical people. If your goal is to try your hand at a craft other than knitting, learn how to make decorative Polish pająki with Karolina Merska, or use Stephanie Ganz’ recipe to bake Honeysuckle Cream Puffs – divine!
Pom Pom was founded in 2012 as a quarterly magazine 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, it also celebrates the joy of making.
Pom Pom has gone from strength to strength and has featured many well known and loved independent designers. The magazine is now stocked across four continents and 20 countries.