Pom Pom Quarterly #41
Issue 41 comes complete with party favors in the form of two articles and a recipe! Atsushi Futatsuya writes about the practice of Sashiko, and Atia Azmi’s ‘A Crafter’s Guide to London’ is a wonderful tribute to the vibrant city in which Pom Pom was founded. Dee Omole shares her recipe for the most stunning white chocolate madeleines we’ve ever seen – we’re sure these would make a statement centrepiece at any shindig. So grab your knitting needles and crochet hooks and celebrate with us!
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, and increased page count, the magazine will easier to read and more articles and tutorials that are so essential to what we do. At Pom Pom, not only are they knit and crochet fanatics, but also devotees of the printed page – makers are tactile people after all! They're committed to finding sustainably sourced paper, and work close with ecologically sustainable printers. We’re proud to say that new issues of Pom Pom Quarterly will continue to be printed in the UK and are now carbon balanced with the World Land Trust.