We’re taking a look at a classic Pom Pom, Issue 16! This spring issue from 2016 focused on the pure natural beauty of sheepy shades, meaning a collection of knits that are a neutral rainbow of creamy ivories, rich browns, and modern greys. You know us at Pom Pom though, we also love colour and are feeling so inspired by your technicolor versions of these patterns! 

A dreamy Rhombille to inspire blue Spring skies when the weather is still feeling wintery!

Or how about capturing some of the sunshine in your crochet with a Riveret

In fact, Issue 16 has three crochet patterns! The other two, Imitation and Unfold are perfectly modeled here, looking rather fetching together.

Another Unfold, this time making use of a pretty speckley skein.

Speckles are of course so hot right now, and here they are looking downright cool for this Perpendicular shawl.

And equally cool, it’s Pom Pom co-editor Lydia in her Equilibrium!

And seeing the geometric detail of a Delineate still gives us a spring in our step! If you have a Pom project, Issue 16 or otherwise, you can enter this into our current knit along (just make sure you haven’t entered it into one of our KAL’s before!)

Issue 16 also has Anna Maltz’s spring time memories of visiting lambs as a child and a thoughtful graphic story by Katie Green on how our knits are imbued with memories.  The theme of the issue is apparent throughout with the clean graphics and simple colours, all printed on lovely heavy paper! 

And to top it all off, Rebecca Lawrence brings us a light and fresh summer treat in the form of herb pop-overs!

Is Issue 16 missing from your Pom Pom library? Solve this spring knits dilemma by using our our discount code POMPOMPOST for 50% off print issues 9- 17 when you spend over £10!

We’ll be bringing you more classic issue Pom projects soon, see you then!

Pom Pom xx

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