pom pom knitting magazines


Pom Pom is now bigger!

The larger format shows off each issue’s photography, makes pattern instructions easier to read and with more pages there's more articles and tutorials.

And it's all still printed in the UK and is now carbon balanced with the World Land Trust.


Issue 41 is not only bigger but it also celebrates Pom Pom's 10th anniversary. There's 13 patterns, a versatile mix of pieces for warmer and cooler climes and a double cover.

Alongside the patterns there's two articles and a recipe. Atsushi Futatsuya writes about cultural appropriation and the practice of Sashiko, and Atia Azmi writes ‘A Crafter’s Guide to London’. Dee Omole shares her recipe for white chocolate madeleines.




You can see yarn requirements at Pom Pom or Ravelry.

You can buy Issue 41 and browse our other Pom Pom magazines here.


Fiona Wright
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