Monday, 20 November 2017

Pom Pom Quarterly Winter 2017: A Review


Pom Pom Quarterly has released its Winter 2017 issue. Let's have a look at it.





Tabular. I rather like the colourblock yoke detail, but not the cropped length. However, that's easily changed.





Stellate. Very cool, contemporary style wrap.





Selenite. This isn't a bad twist on a simple striped sweater. I'd neaten up the fit a touch.





Orianna. Nice, and rather fresh, combination of fair isle and cables.





Fluorite. I really like these, and yet technically they are almost as simple as socks can be. Reverse stockinette stitch and a range of expertly arranged subtle colours make them very interesting.





Ephemeris. Another very cool shawl with a modern appeal.





Dipyramid. Very catchy graphic effect.





Bindrune. Love the stitchwork on this cardigan, but not its shaping.





Cobaltoan. Love both the brioche and the colour palate used in this hat.





Chrysocolla. A fun and visually interesting mix of cables and bobbles.

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