If you've only seen Pom Pom Quarterly in digital form, I'm here to tell you: You want the print version. Small format, perfect-bound, charmingly designed and photographed, and printed on extra-heavy uncoated paper, it's one to have and hold. And it comes with a download code for the digital version, for those who like to keep patterns with them in digital form. So you get to have it both ways!
• Issue 19 (Winter 2016) is title Reflections and contains 11 patterns: 3 sweaters, 2 hats, 2 shawls, 2 scarves, 1 mittens and 1 incredible coat, along with tutorials and essays and more.
SOLD OUT • Issue 18 (Autumn ’16) is the Natural Dyes Issue, featuring all naturally dyed yarns. It includes 11 patterns: 5 sweaters, 3 wraps, mittens, fingerless mitts and a hat. Along with an interview with dyer Kristine Vejar, an article on mordants, and more!
SOLD OUT • Issue 17 (Summer 2016) includes 11 patterns: 9 sweater patterns (sleeves, sleeveless and tanks) along with a crocheted shawl and tote bag, plus essays, recipes, tutorials and more!
- 98 uncoated pages
- perfect bound, with coated card-weight cover
- professionally edited patterns from top designers
- tutorials, essays and recipes
- 6.5 x 9 inches
- made in the UK