52 Weeks of Socks from Laine Publishing. Contains 52 knitting patterns by 46 designers, and is a true encyclopedia of socks. Patterns are beautifully photographed and laid out on 256 pages in the style Laine is known and loved for.
Pom Pom Quarterly's first issue of 2021 is inspired by quilts and honors the resourcefulness, practicality, community, and design elements traditionally associated with this textile-based practice! Expect patterns which embrace improvisation, are the perfect home for treasured mini skeins (hello scrap-busting!), and mimic the comfort of a much-loved quilt. Crafts collide within our Spring 2021 collection, as we celebrate how patchwork, embroidery, and sewing are an important part of knitting and crochet as well as arts in their own rights.
Featuring designs by: AMALIA SIEBER // KINDRED RED // AINUR BERKIMBAYEVA // CHANTAL LAPLANTE // GINA FAMA RÖCKENWAGNER // INYOUNG KIM // JULIE ROBINSON // MARIA MATVEEVA // WENCKE PERTERMANN
In addition to 9 unique designs, Issue 36 contains an interview between Sara Trail of the Social Justice Sewing Academy and Emi Ito, in which they talk about Sara's moving intergenerational memorial quilting project, and an article by Sofia Aatkar on crafting and identity expression. It's no secret that the Pom Team adore the colours pink and yellow, so when Gina Fama Röckenwager proposed her Battenberg recipe for inclusion within Issue 36, we jumped at the idea!
7.5 x 9.5 inches
patterns, tutorials, articles, & recipes
includes digital download
printed in the UK
Ready Set Raglan
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Join the Pom team in exploring one of everyone's favorite designs! Their follow-up to Knit How takes the straightforward raglan-sleeve pullover as a blank canvas and walks you through all the ways to make it your own. They offer blueprints for 8 distinct raglans and coach you through choosing perfect-for-you necklines, hemlines, ribbing, stitch textures, and fancy raglan increases. And they show you how to create jaw-dropping color combinations.
PPQ's raglans are designed to empower improving knitters with customization skills, but also to free advanced knitters to fly through stressless shapes, easy customizations, and the joys of colorplay. For the truly adventurous, we even provide a formula to design your own raglan! Let’s all get out our sketchbooks and dream together.
Ready Set Raglan // 135 pages // Printed in the UK // Soft cover
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From the needles of your favourite quarterly comes the ultimate learn-to-knit book! The only guide a novice will need to start a journey through the world of yarn, Knit How is a friendly and easy-to-use introduction to knitting. The book includes ten knitting patterns for accessories and garments, along with illustrated techniques and essential top tips for the beginner knitter, all in Pom Pom’s signature style.
Packed full of tutorials and advice, Knit How guides you through the wonderful world of knitting, from your first few shaky stitches through a host of projects, each increasing in complexity until you have truly mastered your craft! Want to pick and choose? The choice is yours! These patterns offer something for everyone. All you need to know is ready and waiting, pick up your needles and let’s cast on!
Knit How – Simple Knits, Tools & Tips // 164 pages // Printed in the UK // Soft cover
Move The Needle: Yarns From an Unlikely Entrepreneur
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Move The Needle: Yarns From an Unlikely Entrepreneur by Shelley Brander
People always ask Shelley Brander what possessed her to leave the successful advertising firm she founded with her husband to open a local yarn store. And then they wonder how that one storefront grew into an e-commerce business, and from there into a global movement to Knit the World Together. In Move the Needle, Shelley shares stories from her life to show that you can pursue your life's passions—both personal and professional—no matter how quirky or impossible they may seem to everyone around you.
Hardcover, 280 pages
Laine Magazine | Issue 10
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Laine Winter 2020 includes:
12 knitting patterns, beautifully photographed and illustrated
an interview with Denise Bayron
an article about G-Uld by Lotta Löthgren
an article about BIPOC in Fiber by Jeanette Sloan
an article about knitting and well-being by our regular writer Päivi Kankaro
a column by our regular columnist Jeanette Sloan
Laine Favourites section.
Designers featured in this issue: Denise Bayron, Aleks Byrd, Maxim Cyr, Midori Hirose, Julie Hoover, Natasja Hornby, Mieka John, Tif Neilan, Rievive, Veera Välimäki and Sylvia Watts-Cherry.
Print only. No digital download code available.
Interpretations | Volume 7
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Interpretations are yearly collections by knitwear designers and best friends, Joji Locatelli and Veera Välimäki.
Each collection uses 6 words for inspiration and each designer creates a rendition of this word. The result is a fascinating arrange of knitting projects, from small accessories to complex sweaters, suitable for all levels of expertise.
The year 2020 added a layer of different circumstances to the book. The photographs were taken on the same day, but on opposite corners of the world; Joji's in Argentina by Charly Barros and Veera's in Finland by Jonna Jolkin.
Volume 7 features 12 garment and accessory knitting patterns.