Pom Pom Quarterly Issue 42: Autumn 2022
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It’s no secret that, when it comes to colour, texture, and pattern, we’re maximalists through and through! This autumn, we decided to embrace this natural instinct of ours and curate a knit and crochet collection inspired by abundance. The result is 11 glorious designs with immense visual impact, highly satisfying and tactile motifs, and which echo the intricate aesthetic of the Arts and Crafts movement. The patterns are mesmerising, romantic, and somehow embody the wondrous generosity imbued in the act of making.
Featuring designs by: EDDA LILJA // ELENA DIMCHEVSKA // EMMA DUCHER // EMMA JANET // ERICA SUFKA // FRAN LÓPEZ // LUCIA LUCIANO // MARIA WALTERS // OLIVIA SCZEPANIK // WEICHIEN CHAN (THEPETITEKNITTER) // YUCCA
What’s more, our autumn 2022 collection features an article by Aja Barber, an eminent figure in the pushback against fast fashion, who encourages us to think more about the clothes we pair with our handmade items. Spend a golden autumn afternoon reading our interview with embroidery extraordinaire, Tessa Perlow, and using Ella Hawkins’ biscuit decorating tutorial to make confectionery which looks like your knitting.
If you’d like Issue 42 to adorn your bookshelf, be sure to pre-order your copy. We anticipate pre-ordered and subscriber copies to arrive with crafters towards the end of August. On 31st August, Issue 42 will be available in digital-only form, and it’ll be for sale from our lovely stockists around the globe.
Your purchase of the print magazine also includes access to a digital copy, which will be emailed to you on publication day, 31st August 2022. You can also access a digital copy via Ravelry using the download code printed on the inside cover of the magazine from the same date.
A digital-only version will be made available to purchase on 31st August 2022.
Valmúi (colourwork and texture pullover)
8 sizes; finished chest (fullest point) circumference: 93 - 168cm / 36¾ - 66¼" - to be worn with 15-20 cm / 6-8" positive ease.
|Winnow (wheat stitch cardigan)||9 sizes; finished chest (fullest point) circumference: 82.5 - 164cm / 32 ½ - 64 ½" - to be worn with approx. 15-20 cm / 6-8" positive ease.|
|Michay (crochet and knit beret)||
3 sizes; finished brim circumference: 47.5 (52.5, 57.5)cm / 18¾ (20½, 22½)" - to be worn with approx 5cm / 2" negative ease.
|Polonyna (colourwork and cable pullover)||
9 sizes; finished chest (fullest point) circumference: 94.5 - 169cm / 37¼ - 66½" - to be worn with approx. 10-20cm / 4-8" positive ease.
|Auxin (cable shawl)||
One size; 135cm / 53" across top edge, 95cm / 37½" deep
|Epoch (textured yoke pullover)||
8 sizes, finished chest (fullest point) circumference:
76 - 152.5cm / 30 - 60" - to be worn with approx. 4-8 cm / 1½ - 3" positive ease.
|Kumiko (colour blocked socks)||
3 sizes; to fit foot circumference: 20-23 (23-25, 25-28)cm /
8-9 (9-10, 10-11)" - to be worn with up to 4.5 cm / 2" of negative ease.
|Gramercy (intarsia and cable cardigan)||8 sizes; finished chest (fullest point) circumference, when buttoned: 100 -171cm / 39 ¼ - 67 ¼" – to be worn with 21cm / 8 ¼" positive ease|
Maia (colourwork pullover)
7 sizes, finished chest (fullest point) circumference: 99.5 - 185cm / 39¼ - 72¾)" - to be worn with approx. 20-30cm / 8-12" positive ease.
|Campion (colourwork yoke pullover)||
10 sizes; finished chest (fullest point) circumference:
87.5 - 185cm / 34½ - 72¾)" – to be worn with 7.5-13cm / 3-5" positive ease
|Aureole (crochet brioche beret and beanie)||
One size each : to fit head circumferences 53-56cm / 21-22".