ISSUE 28 – OFFICIAL PREVIEWS

Bursting forth this spring, our botanical-inspired issue sees our designers looking to flora for the seed of their ideas. Issue 28 is budding with your next ‘must make’ projects, and we’re delighted to feature no less that three gorgeous crochet patterns.

In addition to the patterns, we have a lovely lineup of other verdant thoughts for you – Anna Maltz’s musings on plant-based fibres, Rebecca Lawrence’s method for botanical-infused gin, and Paula Goosen’s tutorial for making your own floral lotion bars.

Wherever your crafty pursuits take you this spring, we hope this issue goes some way to helping your creativity flourish, and maybe even flower.

You’ll find all these patterns listed on Ravelry here, happy knitting!

Woodwardia • Lydia Gluck • De Rerum Natura: Gilliatt

Vivarium • Amber Platzer Corcoran • Retrosaria Rosa Pomar: Beiroa

Filix • Judith Brand • Moel View Yarn: Bliss

Water Clover • Isa Catepillán • Kelbourne Woolens: Mojave

Sweetfern • Liza Laird and Kate Madden • Neighborhood Fiber Co.: Rustic Fingering

Ginkgophyte • Emily Greene • Quince & Co.: Tern

Adiantum • Kelly Ordemann • Woollenflower: Masgot Fine

Aurea • Stella Egidi • SnailYarn: Merino Single

Davallia • Isa Catepillán • De Rerum Natura: Antigone

Issue 28 is available to pre-order here and why not subscribe here for a whole year of Pom Pom goodness?

View all the patterns on Ravelry here.

Subscriber and pre-order copies of Issue 28 are expected to be arriving on doorsteps from 22nd February. You can also pick up a copy at your local yarn store, from 28th February.

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

Pom Pom xxx

Issue 28 images by Carolyn Carter, modelled by Temica Thompson + Sarita Davis.

2 Responses to ISSUE 28 – OFFICIAL PREVIEWS

  1. Amy February 14, 2019 at 4:23 pm #

    I love all of these projects! Just a quick question, for the Water Clover top, there’s a discrepancy in Ravelry in the yardage between the project information and the notes. Could you clarify so I can start figuring out what yarn I want to use? Thanks for a beautiful issue!

    • Pom Pom Mag February 27, 2019 at 2:26 pm #

      Hi! The yarn used is the Kelbourne Woollens Mojave (sport weight; 60% cotton, 40% linen; 169m / 185yds per 50g skein and depending what size you are making you’ll need; 4, 4, 5, 7, 8 or 10 skeins.

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