I was super chuffed (literally my very British, but very genuine, response) when the lovely Lydia and Sophie from Pom Pom Quarterly’s podcast invited me to be interviewed for their most recent Pomcast a few weeks ago.
image © Pom Pom Quarterly
You can catch the interview and listen to more of the ladies’ lighthearted banter on their site (and Lydia’s great laugh!!) 😉
Make sure you check out the images from the beautiful new autumn issue as well and download your digital copy now! It is a real stunner:
Pom Pom Quarterly, Issue 10 © Pom Pom Quarterly / Amy Gwatkin
Here are a few of my favs from the new issue:
Endellion by Christine Junggeburt© Pom Pom Quarterly / Amy Gwatkin
Selsey by Fiona Alice © Pom Pom Quarterly / Amy Gwatkin
Wenlock by tincanknits image © Pom Pom Quarterly / Amy Gwatkin
They’ve also got some great stuff in their shop, like this tote bag that I got at Unwind!
POM POM ‘SURVIVAL OF THE KNITTEST’ TOTE BAG
Thanks again, ladies. It was good fun!
Got a bit of a thrill last week as I got to see a review of ISLINGTON in the latest issue of UK knitting magazine, The Knitter – Issue 74!
© The Knitter
It is quite humbling to see the calibre of the other yarns on the same page and I am truly relieved that the author seemed to like my baby as much as I do. 😉
Here is the review:
review on p. 57 of Issue 74 © The Knitter
The issue has some beautiful summer patterns and this one caught my eye immediately…can anyone figure out why… (shhhh Jo and Gail!)
Auriel by Jennie Atkinson © The Knitter
…apparently chevrons never get old for me! My eye always seems to pick them out and get drawn to beautiful patterns with a bit of chev. ;-B
This design would even look stunning a little bit heavier in ISLINGTON, new BEYUL or even HEATH for a woolier version come September. Wouldn’t that be gorgeous? The seed stitch chevrons would pop even more and it would be the best layering piece come winter! Mmmm.
Click on the top image above to go to the pattern on Ravelry or the magazine image above to by a hard copy or subscribe to The Knitter.
Here is another funny thing – I was setting up this blog post and it wasn’t until I went to copy the link for this pattern that I realised I met the lovely designer, Jennie Atkinson, at Fibre East! What a wonderfully small world.