The Autumn 2021 issue of Pom Pom Quarterly is sure to give you all the fall feels! This collection celebrates trees: their roots, branches, and everything in-between. You’ll find a forest of gorgeous designs including luscious cable patterns, clever colorwork that mimics the beauty of plant life, and patterns that reference the enchanted forests of fairy tales. These 9 designs include 6 sweaters and 3 accessories, perfect for the seasonal transition – plus articles by Dawn Henderson and Tereza Pavlíková, craft ideas, and a recipe for ginger pudding. The issue includes a download code to download a digital copy of the issue on Ravelry. $20.
Patterns and Yarn Guide:
This cozy crochet pullover features tons of texture to create interesting geometric lines in the design.
Our yarn pick: de rerum natura Albertine. This fingering weight Merino/Silk blend is nice and round, so these textured stitches will really pop, and it is next-to-the-skin soft.
This top-down pullover features a stunning colorwork motif in the yoke and cuffs, with instructions on how to add a written message in the optional folded hem.
Our yarn pick: Kelbourne Woolens Camper. This slightly heathered fingering weight wool comes in a beautiful range of hues, and is ideal for knitting colorwork!
As the temperatures cool off, this sweet cropped cable cardigan will be perfect to add layers to your wardrobe. We love how the cable design grows up the piece!
Our yarn pick: Blue Sky Fibers Woolstok. This classic sweater yarn is soft with beautiful stitch definition, and wears beautifully year after year. The slightly heathered shades add depth of color to the finished fabric.
This lovely one-color brioche design is stunning in a fluffy, bulky-weight yarn.
Our yarn pick: Woolfolk Yarns Luft. This lighter-than-air bulky weight is perfect for cozy knits that aren’t heavy to wear, and is so scrumptiously soft.
Our yarn pick: de rerum natura Gilliat. This yarn was originally used for one version of the design. A perennial shop favorite for sweaters, with great stitch definition and soft, heathered shades.