As autumn nights close in, we spend ever more time with the moon. Pom Pom Issue 26 features dreamy knits that call to mind moon phases, clear nights, lunar eclipses, and all that is beautiful and mystical about our piece of silver in the sky.

We asked our designers to go moon gazing, and so we bring you our lunar collection. Featuring sweaters, wraps, mitts and a hat, we know you’ll find plenty to keep your fingers busy while you moonbathe. We have gone for a mix of rustic and ethereal yarns, and you’ll see a fair bit of mohair, silk, and blends that glow.

Our resident columnist Anna Maltz muses on the cycles of age and we take a behind-the-snowy-scenes look at our shoot for Emily Foden’s Knits about Winter (coming soon in October). Emily also contributes to this issue with a how-to for her celestial garlands and you can ensure a full (moon) belly with Rebecca Lawrence’s pancake recipe.

We know you’ll love this issue to the moon and back! 

Moondust Hat and Moondust Mitts • Melanie Berg • The Uncommon Thread

Luna • Anna Strandberg • Dandelion Yarns

Artemis • Esther Romo • Shibui & Anchor Artiste

Hecate • Maddie Harvey • Woollenflower 

Cerridwen • Fiona Alice • Illimani 

Hypatia • Carissa Browning • Madelinetosh

Sina • Amy Philip • Triskelion 

Ixchel • Catherine Clark • Magpie Fibers

Sky Map • Emily Foden • Viola

Moonbow • Jule Kebelmann • Hey Mama Wolf

Issue 26 is now available to pre-order here  and why not subscribe here for a whole year of Pom Pom goodness?

Of course we have all the chatter and fun on our Ravelry group too.

Pom Pom xxx

Images by Amy Gwatkin, models, Jill Kortleve, Diana Maynard and Jenny Green,


  1. Anna Ohman August 19, 2018 at 8:33 pm #

    Whant to preorder issue 26

    • Pom Pom Mag September 5, 2018 at 2:30 pm #

      Hi! You can pre-order Issue 26 here.
      Pom Pom xx

  2. blakenh October 3, 2018 at 1:26 am #

    When will this issue be shipped?

  3. Megan November 9, 2018 at 9:07 pm #

    Can you tell me if there will be another reprint of this? Can I purchase it digitally?

    • Pom Pom Mag November 13, 2018 at 10:43 am #

      Hi Megan, there will not be a reprint, but you can buy a digital version here.

      Happy knitting!


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