Pompom are marking their 10th anniversary with a bumper issue which includes 13 patterns by designers who they knew would perfectly capture the heart and soul of Pom Pom! The anniversary issue features designs from Isa Catepillán, Sari Nordlund, Marie Régnier, Inyoung Kim, Gina Fama Röckenwagner, Dawn Henderson, Amalia Sieber, Xandy Peters, Sylvia Watts-Cherry, Kiyomi Burgin, Sachiko Burgin, James N Watts, and Ainur Berkimbayeva. You'll find their patterns a versatile mix of pieces for warmer and cooler climes, and Pompom have gone all out with a flip double cover!
Look forward to a collection of joyous knitting and crochet, along with a crafter’s guide to London, an article on cultural appropriation and the practice of Sashiko, and a recipe for the most beautiful madeleines we’ve ever seen.
From Issue 41, Pom Pom Quarterly will be printed in a larger format to better show off each issue’s patterns and photography, and to better help you choose which project to cast on first. With larger pages comes an improved layout, which will make pattern instructions easier to read. Pompom are also increasing their page count to bring you more of the articles and tutorials that are so essential to what they do. Along with the size of the magazine, their price will be getting a little bigger too; starting with Issue 41, print copies of the magazine will cost £17.50.
You can also access a digital copy via Ravelry using the download code printed on the inside cover of the magazine.
We sell beautiful and useful things for makers. Our products are sourced with care and consideration for those who make them and we work with smaller companies and individuals whose sourcing and manufacturing process are transparent.
We hope to be an inclusive company and strive to create an environment that is welcoming and embraces diversity, both with our online presence, the makers we represent, our physical pop-ups events and our collaborations.
We welcome suggestions about how we can improve our approach.
We donate monthly to theses two amazing charities:
* Labour Behind the Label
* The Runnymede Trust.