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Pom Pom Quarterly Giveaway!

August 20, 2014

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  Pom Pom Quarterly is more than your average knitting magazine. It’s aimed at knitters and crocheters that are looking for patterns with a contemporary edge. Set up in 2012 by knitting friends Lyndia Gluck and Meghan Fernandes, they wanted to show how super-cool knitting really is and that is not just your granny that does it! They set about to showcase patterns from talented independent designers as well as offering well written and interesting articles. Each issue also includes a recipe so when you've put down you knitting you can head to the kitchen and cook up more yummy delights!

      

                Anzen from issue 7              Brill from issue 8            Creamsicle from issue 9          


Its compact A5 format means it will easily spill into your bag if you’re knitting on the move! Pom Pom is printed on high quality paper so unlike your regular magazines it’s made to last and will sit comfortably next to your other knitting books on your shelf. Each issue also comes with a code so you download a digital copy too. The latest issue now has a gorgeous new soft-touch laminate cover, which is very lovely I can stop stroking my copy!

    

    

issue 10 really embraces the seasonal change in the weather as we go from warm sunny days to crisp chilly autumn mornings.

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We are also giving one lucky reader a chance to win a copy of the latest issue! To enter please leave a comment below this blog post and validate you entry by clicking on "Comment on This Blog Post" (this will allow us to select a winner at random). Giveaway closes on Sunday 31st August and we will announce the winner here on Monday 1st September.

 

Pom Pom Quarterly Giveaway


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