Hierro

I’m very excited to be a part of Pom Pom Quarterly’s 6th Issue.

Autumn 2013

copyright Juju Vail

Copyright Juju Vail

My newest design Hierro, meaning Iron is inspired by the many wrought iron gates and fences found throughout the UK. Several times a day during my childhood I would pass by or be swinging off of Hierro of every kind.  Hierro is a perfect mesh of slipped stitches and bobbles creating an eye catching accessory perfect for our Autumn weather.

I used Elena’s gorgeous Colour Adventures Sweet Merino DK for this pattern in the Sherwood colourway.

I wouldn’t exactly call Pom Pom Quarterly a magazine.. It’s this lovely little book full of  beautiful aesthetics and stunning photography.

Pom Pom is available in print directly through Pom Pom, a LYS that carries the mag or digital copy through Ravelry.

This issue includes 8 knitting patterns, recipes, techniques and tutorials.

A beautiful little gem you will definitely want to add to your library.

Hierro

I did a little interview with Anadiomena on their blog about the design if you care to take a peek.

Elena is sponsoring the the Autumn KAL in the Pom Pom group on Ravelry so if you’d like to knit Hierro make sure to post a finished picture in the Pom Pom group by the end of October to be entered in to win Elena’s yummy yarn.

16 thoughts on “Hierro

  1. hi kelly, congratulations….i keep hearing about pom pom so i’m going to order a copy, especially coz you are in it! well done you, and your mittens are lovely. kiddie sizes??? (btw, i feel like i haven’t talked to you in ages. hope you are well)

  2. Stunning mitts my dear!!! Congratulations on being in that beautiful magazine. I have yet to peruse a real life copy of one. No one here seems to carry it. I’ll have to check out those online resources.

  3. Congratulations! I love the color and the pattern…the inspiration was very cool…but I have to say I really love the bag in that picture…

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