ISSUE 4: VERDANT STITCHES

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Our new Spring issue is officially HERE! We can’t tell you what a whirlwind experience this issue was, but we think it was totally worth it. We went for a dreamy, serene vibe – spring is about that gentle awakening from winter, after all. We’ve got six patterns in this issue, plus some divine extras – an article about knitting in Texas’ Hill Country from Kim McClellan, a behind-the-scenes look at yarn company Milla Mia, a book-binding tutorial from our super-cool model Katy Goutefangea, a sweet embroidery tutorial from Lydia Gluck and the stunningly delicate Elderflower Tea Cakes recipes from Rebecca Litchfield.

But we know what you’re waiting for… drumroll, please… the patterns! Here they are, in all their springtime glory:

Roseroot by Anna Wilkinson

Roseroot by Anna Wilkinson

Lobelia by Meghan Fernandes

Lobelia by Meghan Fernandes

Samphire by Bee Clinch

Samphire by Bee Clinch

Calla by Rachel Coopey

Calla by Rachel Coopey

Vervain by Dani Sunshine

Vervain by Dani Sunshine

Dewberry by Lydia Gluck

Dewberry by Lydia Gluck

Plus here’s the bonus hat pattern from Kim McClellan:

Hill Country Hat by Kim McClellan

Hill Country Hat by Kim McClellan

And because they’re gorgeous, and as spring as spring can get, here’s a sneak preview of those Tea Cakes. Can you say, ‘Mmmmmm…’?

Elderflower Tea Cakes from Rebecca Litchfield

Elderflower Tea Cakes from Rebecca Litchfield

We hope you love this issue as much as we do –  Enjoy!

love,

Pom Pom x

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