Pom Pom Quarterly - Issue 43, Winter 2022

Pom Pom Quarterly - Issue 43, Winter 2022 | Twisted
Pom Pom Quarterly - Issue 43, Winter 2022 | Twisted
Pom Pom Quarterly - Issue 43, Winter 2022 | Twisted
Pom Pom Quarterly - Issue 43, Winter 2022 | Twisted
Pom Pom Quarterly - Issue 43, Winter 2022 | Twisted
Pom Pom Quarterly - Issue 43, Winter 2022 | Twisted
Pom Pom Quarterly - Issue 43, Winter 2022 | Twisted
Pom Pom Quarterly - Issue 43, Winter 2022 | Twisted
Pom Pom Quarterly - Issue 43, Winter 2022 | Twisted
Pom Pom Quarterly - Issue 43, Winter 2022 | Twisted
Pom Pom Quarterly - Issue 43, Winter 2022 | Twisted
Pom Pom Quarterly - Issue 43, Winter 2022 | Twisted
Pom Pom Quarterly - Issue 43, Winter 2022 | Twisted
Pom Pom Quarterly - Issue 43, Winter 2022 | Twisted
Brand
Patterns
10
Format
Softcover, includes digital download code
Printed in
UK

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Pom Pom Quarterly - Issue 43, Winter 2022

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Brand
Patterns
10
Format
Softcover, includes digital download code
Printed in
UK

Media Type

Great knits are like great art because they make us think differently, and the process of making can be even more revelatory! Showing us how we can look to, and beyond, our horizons when it comes to our craft, our 43rd issue is inspired by the work of women artists Etel Adnan and Hilma af Klint.

Etel Adnan’s work features landscapes, using bold and unexpected colours to portray the places where the land meets the sky, and Hilma af Klint created large abstract paintings of metaphysical meditations that she felt she had been called on to represent. Both show us distinct ways of looking at the world, and at possible worlds beyond the visible realm, just as a knitter or crocheter can look at a ball of yarn and ponder a plethora of outcomes!

Our winter collection of 10 patterns features striking colours and innovative techniques, and bold and imaginative knits that play with pattern and perspective. So whether you fancy a colourwork challenge, or just some meditative time as you watch the sun set in the sky, there’s bound to be something here to expand your crafting horizons!

Featuring designs by: AMY BLACKWELL // KJERSTIN ROVETTA // MARZENA KOŁACZEK // AVERY ERB // AUDREY BORREGO // REGINA WIMMER // MARIE RÉGNIER // MER STEVENS // SARAH OPIE

Issue 43 also includes an insightful and expansive interview with yarn dyers Jude Harper and Lola Johnson, and a fascinating dig into the history of the colour pink by Hannah McGregor. We are also thrilled to include a bookmark tutorial from artist Elizabeth Ashdown using the centuries-old art of passementerie, and a recipe for a carrot cake from Fi Churchman that will bring an orangey glow to chilly evenings.

Digital Downloads

Your purchase of the print magazine also includes access to a digital copy, which can be accessed via Ravelry using the download code printed on the inside cover of the magazine.

Sustainability

Printed in the UK by Park Communications with 100% vegetable oil based inks on 100% recycled FSC® certified paper.

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