The Spring 2017 issue of Pom Pom Quarterly is here!
Every issue of Pom Pom is beautifully produced by people that clearly understand the appeal of the magazine as physical object. The paper is soft, sturdy, and matte, the photographs beautifully-taken, the patterns compelling.
Pom Pom Quarterly is for knitters, crocheters, embroiderers, sewists, and cooks, too – all manner of makers are represented in its pages.
There’s always some compelling prose to read, too. This issue features an article by Anna Maltz, who reflects on the radical political potential of handknitting and other creative endeavors, a subject that the Pussyhat Project thrust into national attention earlier this year.
Anna Maltz contributes a design to this issue, too, a bold and bright colorwork cap that looks like an awful lot of fun to plan and to knit.
Look for Pom Pom Quarterly on the teacart here at the shop, where the latest books and magazines mingle. See you there!