Mini Pom – Official Preview
Pom Pom's first book for kids has arrived! Reimagining some of the classic grown-up patterns we've published in Pom Pom Quarterly and our books o...
Interpretations Volume 8 - Official Preview!
For the 8th volume of Interpretations, Joji Locatelli and Veera Välimäki present twelve designs inspired by the words challenge, patience, anticip...
Shetland Trader, Book 3: Heritage - Official Preview!
The Shetland Trader, Book 3: Heritage by Gudrun Johnston is officially available to pre-order!
It is both a relief and a joy to finally share thes...
A sweater is for life, not just for the festive season!
A sweater is for life, not just for the festive season! Okay, well maybe not for life, but hopefully you'll treasure your handmade sweater for ma...
Swatching for Kordy's Colourwork Yoke
Kiyomi Burgin, one of Moon and Turtle's authors, is here to teach you how to swatch for Kordy's colourwork yoke! If swatching in the round alludes ...
Moon and Turtle - Official Preview!
Say hello to your new favourite designer duo, Kiyomi and Sachiko Burgin, twin handknit designers from Toronto / Tkaronto, Canada! We’ve long admir...
An Introduction to Pom Pom Press
Did you know that Pom Pom publishes books in addition to the quarterly magazine? If not, let us introduce you to Pom Pom Press (hello again if y...
Your Guide to Embody
Today marks Embody's official publication day! This means that if you have pre-ordered a print copy of Jacqueline Cieslak's debut book, then you c...
Embody - Official Preview!
It's with full and happy hearts that we publish Jacqueline Cieslak's debut book, Embody: A Capsule Collection to Knit and Sew! Empowering makers to create clothes that honour their bodies...
12. Pom Projects from Ready Set Raglan
We wanted to draw the series to a close by referencing again the community element of Ready Set Raglan! Our raglan pullover collection was born with the help...
11. Our Raglan Pullover Pins
Crafters and enamel pins go together like... yarn and needles? As knitters, crocheters, and lovers of enamel pins ourselves, the Pom Team thought it would be fun to
10. An Ode to Eirys: Customising Your Raglan!
Alice wrote the patterns for Ready Set Raglan and she’s back to tell you about the three pullovers she has made from the book, and how she tweaked them to suit her preferences!
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