Summer is hard on anyone in the knitting business — especially, I would think, the magazines. But somehow those girls at Pom Pom Quarterly excel at summertime knitting inspiration, and they’ve done it again this year. Issue 17 just landed at Fringe Supply Co, and it has great patterns for every possible kind of summer sweater — long-sleeved linen, short-sleeved, cap-sleeved, sleeveless. But I personally want all three of these:
TOP: Tannery Falls by Sara Delaney is feeding my summer crochet urge in a big way
BOTTOM LEFT: Red Bud Isle by Courtney Cedarholm is a simple striped tank with shoulder ties and a cute crossover back (See also: Bob Top)
BOTTOM RIGHT: Thornett by Sara Thornett is a V-neck tank with simple lace side panels — cute and breathable!
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It is such a beautiful publication!
What yarn would you use for the top with side lace? I’m having trouble finding the yarn they recommeded.
I don’t know of anything off the top of my head, but check the Ravelry database for other fingering-weight cotton-linen blends: http://www.ravelry.com/yarns/search#fiber=linen%2Bcotton&fiberc=2&weight=fingering&view=thumblist&sort=best
They are fabulous! After ready all your knit along for Amanda that will be my next knit!
Quite a lovely collection. Modern and stylish. Ooh la la.
I think this is my favorite Pom Pom I have ever received! So many good knits! I want to make everything in it!
I am ready to get a subscription, because I missed the previous issue and am loving this one too. I love Thornett. And the bag. And…..
Oh I love these, thank you for bringing my attention to them xx
Oh! That crocheted one!!
Loved the tanks in this issue, working at a yarn store knitters are always coming in for summer inspiration so they can continue to knit. This issue was perfect for summer! Love!
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I wish I could find that magazine. Loving Thornett
It’s right here! http://www.fringesupplyco.com/product/pom-pom-quarterly
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