New Favorites: The whole of Pom Pom Quarterly 6

Best knitting patterns from Pom Pom Quarterly issue six

Remember last week when I was blown away by the ratio of things I want to knit from the Rowan Autumn Knits collection? Well, yesterday the lovely ladies at Pom Pom Quarterly released images of the 8 patterns in the upcoming issue, and it’s a new record: I want to knit at least 6 or 7 of them. They are all charming, wearable, and look like a ton of fun to knit. At the top of my list are these four—

TOP LEFT: Quadrillion by Meghan Fernandes, just omg want want want
TOP RIGHT: Morganite by Corrina Ferguson, I’m picturing in Shelter in Cast Iron
BOTTOM LEFT: Ardvasar by Lucy Hague, will require someone cuter than me to wear it, but those cables turning into i-cord? Adorable
BOTTOM RIGHT: Vermeil by Wencke Lucas, no words for how much I love this mega-scarf, want it exactly as is

And because I’m so excited about this issue, and am guessing you will be too, I’ve enabled preorders for it at Fringe Supply Co. Go to the Pom Pom Quarterly page in the shop and you’ll see “Issue 6 (preorder)” in the dropdown. Your card will be charged at the time of purchase, and the exquisitely produced magazine (containing download code for the digital version — a two-fer!) will ship out to you the moment it arrives, in early August. [UPDATE 08.12: IT’S HERE!] Note that there are still a few copies of Issue 5 available, too. If you don’t have it, trust me, you want it.

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12 thoughts on “New Favorites: The whole of Pom Pom Quarterly 6

  1. OMG, that’s so funny because I’ve just discover the summer pompom edition and I’ve already plan to knit almost all designs!! But this one…OMG!! I think I really gonna subscribe for this magazine, amazing!! I love it!

  2. I am going to stop procrastinating and get a beginners knitting kit! I can’t stand looking and drooling over at all the beautiful sweaters you post – knowing that I have two hands that God gave me to make them with! :-D

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    • I know — not the sort of thing I would normally gravitate to. But it’s just clever and adorable. Maybe I could pull it off if it was a nice rustic charcoal tweed or something?

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