AUTUMN 2016 PREVIEW

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The arrival of autumn brings that trill of excitement when we see the glorious shades of the leaves changing through the low evening sun. It’s no surprise then that we looked to the foliage and flora that creates colour in the most magical way to inspire – introducing our natural dye issue.

Of course with autumn round the corner it’s never too early to start thinking of reacquainting ourselves with our trusty woollens and preparing to cast on some new ones. As always, we’ve got a stunning range of patterns from the most talented designers – we’re certain you’ll fall for a few we have lined up!

Thessaly by Hanna Maciejewska - Pom Pom Quarterly Issue 18 Autumn 2016

Thessaly by Hanna Maciejewska, Pom Pom Quarterly Issue 18 Autumn 2016
Thessaly // Hanna Maciejewska // Gregoria Fibers Merino DK

Tevara by Paula Pereira - Pom Pom Quarterly, Issue 18 Autumn 2016

Tevara by Paula Pereira. Pom Pom Quarterly, Issue 18 Autumn 2016Tevara // Paula Pereira // A Verb For Keeping Warm Pioneer

Kali by Fiona Alice - Pom Pom Quarterly Issue 18 Autumn 2016Kaali // Fiona Alice // Elisabeth Beverley Plant Dyed Cashmere and Temaricious Cotton Threads

Iara by Renée Callahan -Pom Pom Quarterly, Issue 18 Autumn 2016

Iara by Renée Callahan- Pom Pom Quarterly, Issue 18 Autumn 2016Iara // Renée Callahan // Kettle Yarn Co. Baskerville

Vellamo by Francesca Hughes- Pom Pom Quarterly Issue 18, Autumn 2016Vellamo // Francesca Hughes //  Shilasdair Luxury 4ply

Turion by Linda Dubec - Pom Pom Quarterly Issue 18 Autumn 2016Turion // Linda Dubec // Buckaloo View Worsted I

Tannis by Sally Oakley - Pom Pom Quarterly Issue 18, Autumn 2016

Tannis by Sally Oakley - Pom Pom Quarterly Issue 18, Autumn 2016Tannins // Sally Oakley // Augustbird Bowerbird

Rocquaine by Christina Danaee - Pom Pom Quarterly,Issue 18 Autumn 2016Rocquaine // Christina Danaee // Local Color Fiber Studio Rambouillet DK

Florence by Bristol Ivy - Pom Pom Quarterly Issue 18, Autumn 2016

Florence by Bristol Ivy - Pom Pom Quarterly Issue 18, Autumn 2016Florence // Bristol Ivy // Sincere Sheep Cormo Fingering Gradient

Asklov by Nicolina Lindsten - Pom Pom Quarterly Issue 18, Autumn 2016

Asklov by Nicolina Lindsten - Pom Pom Quarterly Issue 18, Autumn 2016Asklöv // Nicolina Lindsten // Riihivilla Velho

Serafine by Camille Rosselle - Pom Pom Quarterly Issue 18, Autumn 2016

Serafine by Camille Rosselle - Pom Pom Quarterly Issue 18, Autumn 2016Serafine // Camille Rosselle // Fern Fiber Balsam

You’ll also be able to conjure your own colours with our natural dyeing tutorials courtesy of Caitlin ffrench, Bridget Henderson, and Emma Prince. Or stay more traditional with your pots and cook up our beet soup recipe and cosy up with the the latest musings from our resident columnist Anna Maltz.

If you haven’t pre-ordered your copy of Issue 18 yet, you can do so here, or you can subscribe here so you can get Pom Pom goodness straight to your door for a whole year! Once you’ve queued all your favourites, you can join in with all the excitement and chats on our Raverly group.

 Vellamo by Francesca Huges - Pom Pom Quarterly 18, Autumn 2016

These images were shot at the Hampsted Heath Pergola by the wonderful Rachel Hayton with our stunning models Anna Smirnova and Alex Bruni.

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  1. Tevara | Peace Knit Love - September 2, 2016

    […] Can you imagine how thrilled I am?!? I love everything about PomPom Mag and it’s pretty amazing being part of one edition dedicated to natural dyes. Some of my closest friends said (and I totally agree with them), that they can knit and wear all the designs featured in this edition. You must take a look at Ravelry or at PomPom’s website. […]

  2. Tevara | Peace Knit Love - September 2, 2016

    […] Tevara é o meu novo design e faz parte da edição de outono de 2016 da revista PomPom! […]

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