Pompom Quarterly Issue 26 (pre order reprint)
Pre order PomPom 26 (reprint) nu! Verzending verwacht begin oktober Was je te laat bij de eerste druk van dit populaire nummer van PomPom Magazine? Geen nood, er komt een herdruk aan! Voor het eerst sinds het verschijnen van het magazine is een editie uitverkocht en niet zonder reden. Dus heb je hem nog niet in je kast staan, dan is dit je kans! In dit magazine vind je 11 patronen, waaronder de volgende:
  • Luna van Anna Strandberg: deze supertoffe trui is top-down gebreid van handgeverfd garen op de basis van Rosy Green Wool's Cheeky Merino Joy. In onze winkel vind je hier exact hetzelfde garen, maar dan in effen kleuren.
  • Ixchel van Catherine Clark: de fantastische trui van de voorpagina. Als ik nou nog lege naalden had...
  • Moondust Mittens en Moondust Hat van Melanie Berg: leuke set in fingering weight garen van Melanie. Basispatroontjes met subtiele kabels, om te breien van garen wat van zichzelf al heel mooi is!

Eventuele combinaties met andere aankopen is mogelijk. Alles wat je samen afrekent verzenden we samen (zodra het magazine binnen is).
 16,75 incl. BTW In winkelmand
Laine issue 6 (pre order)
Pre order Laine issue 6 nu! Verzending vanaf 27 september, zodat je hem 28 september in huis hebt.  
 23,00 incl. BTW In winkelmand
Coop Knits: Toasty Volume 2 – Rachel Coopey
"Nine unique accessory patterns for you to knit, designed by Rachel Coopey, in Baa Ram Ewe Titus yarn. Coop Knits Toasty volume 2, is a collection of original accessory designs. Each pattern has clear charts and full written instructions. Step by step photo tutorials are provided for techniques such as Long-tail Cast On and Kitchener Stitch. A perfect selection of accessories that will fly off the needles to keep you toasty and warm."(bron: Ravelry) Ravelrypagina
 20,00 incl. BTW In winkelmand
Knitting outside the box – Bristol Ivy
"Grab your knitting needles and take a peek into the mind of one of the knitting world’s most innovative designers with Knitting Outside the Box by Bristol Ivy. You’ll know Bristol’s classic tailoring and innovative techniques from her patterns and Pom Pom Press is thrilled to bring you her first book. Originating from her workshop of the same name that she has been teaching and developing for four years, this exceeds the standard of the traditional pattern book. Part pattern book and part insight into the design process, Knitting Outside the Box guides the reader (and knitter) through the creative approaches Bristol uses as a designer to explore and push the endless possibilities of knitting. The book includes a comprehensive stitch dictionary which provides technical information on how to shape and manipulate fabric, and concludes by bringing all the methods together to help the reader evolve an idea into a finished pattern."(bron: Ravelry) Ravelrypagina
 34,75 incl. BTW In winkelmand
This thing of paper – Karie Westerman
"This Thing of Paper is a knitting book that urges you to make stuff.  Karie Westermann was inspired by her lifelong fascination with books and how all her favourite volumes all fit just so in her hands (much like her favourite pair of knitting needles!). Eleven knitting patterns explore the connections between books and knitting, while the accompanying essays take you from medieval monasteries to contemporary libraries. What does it mean to be a maker? What do handmade things mean to us? Who do we become as we read and knit? All these questions and many more are discussed in a knitting book quite unlike others. The book comes complete with the patterns written in Karie’s signature style, lush photography shot on location, and bespoke graphic design." (bron: Ravelry) Ravelrypagina
 22,00 incl. BTW In winkelmand
Wool journey – Shetland
"Take a trip to Shetland this summer with our latest Pom Pom Press offering, Wool Journey: Shetland. We’re proud to present this adventure by Jaime and Amber of Fancy Tiger Crafts, Malia Mae Joseph and Stephen West of Stephen & Penelope. Along with Ysolda Teague this group of yarn loving, knitting-aficionado friends took a trip to Shetland, and brought back a wealth of inspiration and knowledge. Out of this woolly adventure came a beautiful book that explores the knitting community and culture from the Shetland Islands. It’s part travel guide, part travel book, and of course features 5 patterns inspired by and knit in Shetland yarns."(bron: ravelry) Ravelrypagina
 17,00 incl. BTW In winkelmand
Knitlandia – Clara Parkes
"A New York Times Bestseller Knitting aficionado and notable artisan Clara Parkes delves into her storied travels with this inspiring and witty memoir on a creative life enriched by her adventures around the world. Building on the success of The Yarn Whisperer, Parkes’s rich personal essays invite readers and devoted crafters on excursions to be savored, from a guide who quickly comes to feel like a trusted confidante. In Knitlandia, she takes readers along on 17 of her most memorable journeys across the globe over the last 15 years, with stories spanning from the fjords of Iceland to a cozy yarn shop in Paris’s 13th arrondissement. Also known for her PBS television appearances and hugely popular line of small-batch handcrafted yarns, Parkes weaves her personal blend of wisdom and humor into this eloquently down-to-earth guide that is part personal travel narrative and part cultural history, touching the heart of what it means to live creatively. Join Parkes as she ventures to locales both foreign and familiar in chapters like:
  • Chasing a Legend in Taos
  • Glass, Grass, and the Power of Place: Tacoma, Washington
  • A Thing for Socks and a Very Big Plan: Portland, Oregon
  • Autumn on the Hudson: The New York Sheep & Wool Festival
  • Cashmere Dreams and British Breeds: A Last-Minute Visit to Edinburgh, Scotland
Fans of travel writing, as well as knitters, crocheters, designers, and fiber artists alike, will enjoy the masterful narrative in these intimate tales from a life well crafted. Whether you’ve committed to exploring your own wanderlust or are an armchair traveler curled up in your coziest slippers, Knitlandia is sure to inspire laughter, tears, and maybe some travel plans of your own." (bron: website Clara Parkes)
 18,00 incl. BTW In winkelmand
Yarn whisperer – Clara Parkes
"Stockinette, ribbing, cables, even the humble yarn over can instantly evoke places, times, people, conversations, all those poignant moments that we've tucked away in our memory banks. Over time, those stitches form a map of our lives. —From the preface In The Yarn Whisperer: Reflections on a Life in Knitting, renowned knitter and author Clara Parkes ponders the roles knitting plays in her life via 22 captivating, poignant, and laugh-out-loud funny essays. Recounting tales of childhood and adulthood, family, friends, adventure, privacy, disappointment, love, and celebration, she hits upon the universal truths that drive knitters to create and explores the ways in which knitting can be looked at as a metaphor for so many other things. Put simply, "No matter how perfect any one sweater may be, it's only human to crave another. And another, and another."  
 23,00 incl. BTW In winkelmand
Interpretations volume 4
"This is our fourth design collaboration, and we are as happy as with the first one! You can watch a short clip of all the designs together here. Find all our collections as printed bookstoo! For this Volume, we worked on our  interpretations of the words gatherchromaticmagicfragiledirectionand hidden. For the photoshoot, this time we returned to Finland. One of our home countries, it showed us its best and worst: from pouring rain to gorgeously bright and golden evening sun and all the way to misty midsummer night. We literally ended our photoshoot at midnight…" (bron: Ravelry) Patrooncollectie van Joji Locatelli & Veera Välimäki Ravelrypagina
 19,75 incl. BTW In winkelmand
Interpretations volume 5
"Interpretations Vol. 5 is a special anniversary collaboration between Joji Locatelli and Veera Välimäki. Once again these best friends from opposite sides of the world created 12 wonderful patterns for you to enjoy."(bron: Ravelry) Ravelrypagina
 19,75 incl. BTW In winkelmand
Happit – Kate Davies
"Do you enjoy making and wearing simple shawls and wraps? Then Happit is for you! In this new book, Kate Davies introduces you to five of her favourite wrap and hap designs. Exploring a range of different knitting techniques from simple lace to colourwork, each pattern has been carefully created with easy-to-follow directions (including charted and written instructions where relevant) and each design offers a characteristic combination of straightforward knitting together with stylish results. Accompanied by two essays by Kate, and stunning photography by Tom Barr, take your choice from the patterns on offer in this book and you are sure to be… well happit."(bron: Ravelry) Ravelrypagina
 14,00 incl. BTW In winkelmand
Inspired by Islay – Kate Davies
"Ìle ghorm an fheòir / green grassy Islay, is a beautiful and fascinating Hebridean island, and a place with a particularly special meaning for Kate Davies. In this stunning new collection with her own Buachaille yarn, Kate takes inspiration from Islay’s landscape to create twelve new designs. From modern haps to traditional kilt hose; from Fairisle hoodies to cabled cardigans; the designs are arranged in four “stories” each of which explores a different island locale. With their roots in Islay’s distinctive history and culture, Kate’s designs suggest the rich breadth and depth of inspiration the island affords, from the archaeological legacy of the Lords of the Isles to the poetry and song of the Islay bards. In addition to Kate’s patterns, this book brings together beautiful photography of Islay by Tom Barr with essays by four contributors who share their varied local expertise. Gordon Yates introduces Islay’s wildlife, Anna MacQuarrie explores the important legacy of Gaelic in the island landscape, Jane Hunter explores Islay’s geology through the intriguing medium of tweed and stitches, while Susan Campbell tells us more about the island’s handcrafts. Open the pages of this beautiful book, join Kate on a journey to the Hebrides, and you too will be Inspired by Islay." (bron: Ravelry) Ravelrypagina
 26,00 incl. BTW In winkelmand
Colours of shetland – Kate Davies
"With beautiful photography, engaging writing, and signature hand-knit designs, Colours of Shetland will inspire you with the varied shades and hues of Great Britain’s most northerly isles. From writer and designer, Kate Davies, comes a book that brings the process of hand-knit design to life in an exciting new way. In Colours of Shetland, Kate takes you on a northern journey, exploring wild and beautiful island landscapes through words, projects and pictures. Situated in the rich context of the Shetland places, wildlife, objects and people that have inspired Kate, each design in this book has its own engaging ‘colour story’ to tell. Through these pages you will get a taste of the heritage that makes Shetland one of the world’s most knitterly destinations and be inspired to knit with yarn that has a genuine connection to the landscape in which it is produced. Showcasing Jamieson & Smith Jumper Weight, the flagship Shetland yarn with a marvellously varied palette, each project features the clear instructions, beautiful finish and attention to detail that are hallmarks of Kate’s designs. Alongside ten original patterns that are a joy to make and wear, Colours of Shetlandoffers the hand-knitter food for thought and a feast for the eyes." (bron: Ravelry) Ravelrypagina
 21,00 incl. BTW In winkelmand
Buachaille: At Home in the Highlands – Kate Davies
"Kate’s new book is a celebration of the life and landscape around her home in the Scottish Highlands. Designed especially for Kate’s new yarn, Buachaille, the book includes twelve patterns created for the great Scottish outdoors … and the indoors, too. These accessories will keep out the cold while walking the hills, or warm you by the fire after a long day’s hiking. As well as Kate’s patterns, the book includes five delicious highland recipes by Tom Barr, together with essays, interviews, and a walk up Buachaille Etive Mor (the iconic munro, which gave its name to Kate’s yarn) with mountain leader, Gordon Anderson." (bron: ravelry) Ravelrypagina
 20,00 incl. BTW In winkelmand
Book of Haps – Kate Davies
"Join Kate Davies, Jen Arnall-Culliford, and a host of renowned designers as they introduce you to the wonderful world of haps. A hap is a Scottish dialect word for a simple shawl or wrap. Haps have a particular association with the Shetland islands where, for more than a century, they were knitted for everyday wear as well as for sale. Combining textile history with contemporary design, this book explores the story of the hap through five beautifully illustrated essays, and thirteen stunning patterns. While the first part of the book looks to the past for inspiration, exploring the many different contexts in which haps were made and worn, the book’s second half acts as a springboard to the future, as designers from around the world present their own interpretations of the hap. From Nevada and Finland to Reyjavik, and Burra Isle, the patterns in these pages are as distinctive and varied as their designers’ locales. Haps may well surprise you: they can be square, triangular, or hexagonal, incorporating lace, cables, or colour. Though haps are, by definition, functional, wearable textiles, you’ll find they can also be elegant and fascinating, graphic and abstract. Whatever your knitterly interests, you’ll find the Book of Haps an endless source of inspiration and a canvas for your creativity. Contributors:  Jen Arnall-Culliford, Martina Behm, Roslyn Chapman, Kate Davies, Carol Feller, Lucy Hague, Romi Hill, Bristol Ivy, Gudrun Johnston, Hélène Magnússon, Donna Smith, Hazel Tindall, Tom van Deijnen, Veera Välimäki." (bron: Ravelry) Ravelrypagina
 25,00 incl. BTW In winkelmand
Laine issue 1
Laine is a high-quality Nordic knit & lifestyle magazine for knit folks. We cherish natural fibres, slow living, local craftsmanship, and beautiful, simple things in life. Our intention is to inspire you to gather and share, to be part of a community of like-minded knitters, makers and thinkers from near and far. Knitting is more than just knit, knit, purl. It is a feeling. Laine Autumn/Winter 2016 features:
  • 116 pages uncoated, high-quality paper
  • 11 knitting patterns, beautifully photographed and illustrated
  • Instructions on how to make a cross-stitch bracelet
  • Long-format story about Joji Locatelli
  • Interview with Helga Isager
  • Q&A with Stephen West
  • On the Origin of Wool – a visit to a local sheep farm
  • A story on wool by Megan Elizabeth of Wool Days
  • Travel guide to Lisbon
  • Recipes
Ravelrypagina
 23,00 incl. BTW In winkelmand
Laine issue 2
Laine is a high-quality Nordic knit & lifestyle magazine for knit folks. We cherish natural fibres, slow living, local craftsmanship, and beautiful, simple things in life. Our intention is to inspire you to gather and share, to be part of a community of like-minded knitters, makers and thinkers from near and far. Knitting is more than just knit, knit, purl. It is a feeling. Laine Spring/Summer 2017 features:
  • 124 pages uncoated, high-quality paper
  • 11 knitting patterns, beautifully photographed and illustrated
  • Instructions on how to make a camera strap by weaving
  • A long-format interview with Andrea Mowry
  • A Q&A with Felicia Lo
  • A story about Tukuwool
  • A story about Biches & Bûches
  • Seasonal recipes
  • A travel guide to Helsinki featuring the best spots to stay, eat and shop
Ravelrypagina
 23,00 incl. BTW In winkelmand
Slow Knitting – Hannah Thiessen
"Like the “slow food” movement, Slow Knitting encourages knitters to step back, pare down, and celebrate the craftsmanship of their work. In five chapters centered around the tenets of slow knit­ting—sourcing carefully, making thoughtfully, thinking environmentally, experimenting fearlessly, and exploring openly—Hannah Thiessen challenges knitters of all skill levels to view their practice in a new way. Each chapter contains explorations of fiber types; profiles of well-known yarn types, makers, and yarn suppliers; and garment patterns inspired by the featured fibers. With contributions from knitting superstars and personalities, Slow Knitting proposes an approach to knitting that is both minimalist and all-encompassing, and emphasizes what makes knitting a meditation, a passion, and a unique necessity." (bron: Ravelry) Ravelrypagina
 30,00 incl. BTW In winkelmand
Alice Starmore – Aran Knitting
"The definitive guide to designing and knitting in the Irish Aran tradition, this highly sought after book returns to print after a decade's absence in a revised and expanded version. The author of many knitting classics, Alice Starmore is internationally renowned as a knitwear designer and an expert on knitting technique. In this guide, she presents a fascinating history of Aran knitting and an analysis of the traditional style, in addition to a complete workshop in technique, pattern, and design."(bron: doverpublications.com) Ravelrypagina
 32,00 incl. BTW In winkelmand
Woods – Making Stories
"WOODS is the first knitting book in our European Nature series. We created it fuelled by our desire to share our passion for local, breed-specific European yarns and modern minimalistic knitwear design. We've teamed up with amazing designers and European yarn companies as well as a team of wonderful makers on this journey to create a book that shines a spotlight on sustainable, local yarns, celebrates new and established designers, and shares tons of knitting knowledge. WOODS contains 11 modern, minimalist knitwear designs, a range of long-form tutorials as well as interviews with and articles by Karen Templer, Clare Devine, Francoise Danoy and Megan Elizabeth." Ravelrypagina
 37,50 incl. BTW In winkelmand