ISSUE 25 SUMMER STRIPES – OFFICIAL PREVIEW!

Issue 25 previews are now live on Ravelry! This issue, everything is stripes! We’ve got you covered with no fewer than eight tops to take you from sunny days to summer nights, two elegant shawls to waft around when days turn breezy, and the most pretty and practical knot bag to take your WIPs safely to the beach and back.

Our resident columnist Anna Maltz explores the history and international use of this classic pattern, while Chris Watson-O’Neill reflects on how knitting became a method of recovery. We’ve also teamed up with The London Loom, who have used the magic of weaving to design a stripey patch to mend those clothes that need a little TLC. Finally, grab a long tall glass of your favourite something and pop in a stripey ice cube or two, thanks to our how to by Rebecca Lawrence  – who knew something so cool could be so easy to make?

Three cheers for summer! See the patterns in full via Ravelry.

Herrera // Paula Pereira // Shibui Knits

Nasreen // Lana Jois // Quince & Co.

Vasarely // Julie Dubreux // Anzula Yarns

Riley // Amy Christoffers // Berroco Yarns

Bayadere // Lori Versaci // Magpie Fibers

Tarmac // Anna Maltz // YOTH

Judoka // Lia Moya // BC Garn

Anni // Gina Röckenwagner // Juniper Moon Farm

Macklin // Susanne Sommer // Madelinetosh

Deauville // Tina Tse // Wool and the Gang

Leiden // Natalie Selles // Scheepjes

Issue 25 is available for pre-order now, or you can enjoy a whole year of Pom Pom by subscribing

Of course we have all the chatter and fun on our Ravelry group too and why not check our our latest KAL (psst! there are prizes to be won!)

Images by Laura Morsman, taken at the beautiful Prospect House in Austin, Texas. Thanks to our models Kandia Jackson and Monserrat Sanchez.

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One Response to ISSUE 25 SUMMER STRIPES – OFFICIAL PREVIEW!

  1. Jennifer O'Brien May 11, 2018 at 3:23 am #

    Pompom gals You have outdone yourselves. This is the best collection yet: flowing lines, subtle stripes, innovative shapes and interesting colour combinations. Wonderful! Deciding where to start knitting will be a challenge. Best, Jennifer O’Brien

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