Pom Pom Quarterly - Issue 29, Summer 2019

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Pom Pom Quarterly - Issue 29, Summer 2019

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9 in stock

The nine designs in this issue were inspired by ceramic tiles, terracotta, and sand, so expect earthy shades with splashes of colour and organic, repeating patterns. For your summer wardrobe, we have essential summer tops and tees, a cardigan, a shawl, and a crochet bag – all light and breezy for warmer days.

Featuring designs by: AMY CHRISTOFFERS // SARI NORDLUND // SORAYA GARCÍA // ISA CATEPILLÁN // CLARE LAKEWOOD // JOSÉE PAQUINE // MARJORIE MARTIN // RACHAEL REESE // STEPHANIE EARP

This issue includes an interview with Emi Ito, who answers our questions of creativity and misappropriation. ‘Learning and Unlearning’ unpicks the issues of cultural appropriation and diversity: important topics which we have been re-evaluating.

We also have yarn-free projects to enjoy while the sun shines. If you’re on the lookout for a new craft to try, we have a project bag tutorial by artist Arrounna Khounnoraj of Bookhou. She’ll show you how to block-print your own fabric, perfect for creating your own tile-inspired tessellating patterns! Plus Rebecca Lawrence’s recipe for her Maple Bourbon Fudge is an easy way to whip up an impressive sweet treat to share with friends.

Printed in the UK on lovely heavy paper.

– includes digital download –

recipes, articles, tutorials + more!

Argil (stripped tank)
9 sizes; finished chest (fullest point) circumference: 85.5 - 162.5cm / 33¾ - 64”. To be worn with approx. 15cm / 6” positive ease.

Earthen (lace cardigan)
9 sizes; finished chest (fullest point) circumference: 94 - 153cm / 37 - 60¼”. To be worn with up to 10cm / 4” positive ease.

Faience (lace tee)
7 sizes; finished chest (fullest point) circumference: 101.5 - 151)cm / 40 - 59½”. To be worn with up to 25cm / 10" positive ease.

Minton (crochet bag)
1 size; 39cm / 15¾” deep x 54cm / 21¼” wide.

Ogee (lace tank)
7 sizes; finished chest (fullest point) circumference: 76 - 129cm / 30 - 50½”. To be worn with 0 - 5cm / 0 - 2” of positive ease.

Rievaulx (block colour work tee)
8 sizes; finished chest (fullest point) circumference: 84 -137cm / 33 - 54”. To be worn with 5-10cm / 2-4” positive ease.

Rookwood (seafoam lace shawl)
1 size; 208cm / 82” wide x 98cm / 38½” deep.

Sanctuary (scallop-motif tee)
6 sizes; 88 - 150cm / 34½ - 59”. To be worn with 10 - 17.5cm / 4 - 7” of positive ease.

Tesserae (tee with mosaic colour work)
9 sizes; finished chest (fullest point) circumference: 109 - 190.5cm / 43 - 75". To be worn with up to 33cm / 13” positive ease.

All the books and magazines we sell are new. Upon receipt, we inspect them for misprints and damage, then sort them into the following categories in an effort to give you as much information as possible and make sure you're satisfied with your purchase! Regardless of the condition, we'll do our best to package your media item securely so it arrives to you in good shape. Shipping can be a tough journey, though, so we can never guarantee a book will arrive absolutely as crisp as the day it was printed.

  • Practically Perfect - as far as we can see, these are as pristine as reasonably possible. If no condition is listed, it's this one!
  • Minor Cosmetic Damage - these have very small, purely cosmetic issues that many people may not even notice. Honestly, they're on par with an average new book or magazine in a bookstore. Examples: bent corner or a small nick in the cover.
  • Moderate Cosmetic Damage - these have more noticeable cosmetic issues but are still overall attractive and completely functional. Examples: a misprinted smudge on the cover or more extensive corner damage.
  • Major Cosmetic Damage - these have been through the wringer. As far as we can tell they're perfectly functional with all pages intact, but they look more like a well-loved used book might in a bookstore. Examples: cracked spine or torn cover.