Pom Pom Quarterly Issue 23 Winter 2017


Darker nights mean knitted delights! Taking inspiration from gems, geological forms, and geometric shapes, the Winter Issue is packed full of designs with a strong graphic feel and vivid hues. Intriguing texture and color comes courtesy of fair isle, two-color brioche, stripes, and slipped stitches.

This issue aims to satisfy your colour cravings, in the form of 5 sweaters, 2 hats, faded socks, and 2 sumptuous shawls to keep you cosy. Alongside the patterns are a jewel-toned winter salad to keep things bright, Francesca Baldry reflects on the history of the button, plus resident columnist Anna Maltz muses on what makes us keep picking up our needles and casting on anew, project after project. Speaking of projects, before you choose which of the multi-hued patterns to cast on, check out Juju Vail’s article discussing ideas and apps to get your color juices flowing.

Featuring designs by 10 different designers.

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