Pom Pom Quarterly features contemporary knitting patterns from both established and up-and-coming designers, recipes, articles, tutorials, and more. Each issue brings something new and exciting to crafters across the globe.
This beautifully produced publication (printed in the UK on heavy paper) is an Izzy Knits favorite! The publication itself is drool-worthy, featuring stunning photography, outstanding graphic design, and inspiring color palettes and themes.
From the creators of Pom Pom Quarterly:
This Autumn we’re heading to the coast with our knitting. The patterns this issue are inspired by the sea, its surroundings, and its beautiful ever-changing shapes and textures.
The yarn palette draws from the many colours of the sea, as well as the soft shades of sand, shingle, and shells. Our designers have created a treasure chest of patterns: four jumpers, two wraps, a cardi, a tee, and a hat that will see you from high tide to low tide as the season shifts.
Featuring designs by
KIYOMI BURGIN // SACHIKO BURGIN // MEGHAN FERNANDES // ANNIE HAAS // SYLVIA WATTS-CHERRY // AINUR BERKIMBAYEVA // EMMA DUCHER // INYOUNG KIM // KATRIN SCHUBERT // ANDREA CULL
Other contributions include poetry and images from Ocean Rose, musings on sailors’ knots and knitting from Clara Parkes, and an easy pickle recipe from Rebecca Lawrence to give you a taste of salty seas.
Upside down, inside out, doesn’t matter which way you wear designer Ariane Gallizzi’s Amstel Shrug, it’s always right. The cables are reversible! The shrug is knit bottom up (or top down) and seamed at the armholes.
The center cable symbolizes the river Amstel, which gave the medieval city of Amsterdam its name. The surrounding canals were added later, in the 17th century, and form the famous canal district. This beautiful city was Ariane’s home for 3 years and deserves a design dedicated to it!
Sold as a downloadable PDF.
Knit with Zen Yarn Garden's Serenity DK.
Sizes available: S (M, L, XL)
Bust Size: 33” (37”, 41”, 45”) or 84 cm (94, 104, 114 cm)
Color 1 (green in photo) = 1 (1,2,2) skeins
Color 2 (gray in photo) = 2 (2,3,3) skeins
Can also be knit in one color (see photos for example)
Equipment Needed: 7 US and 8 US circular needles, cable needle, 12 stitch markers