Zine Scene: PomPom Quarterly 5th Anniversary!

Pom Pom is celebrating their 5th anniversary, and they're doing it with another great book! In this edition, they're featuring 16 fresh and forward patterns. There's even a recipe for their birthday cake at the end! It really is a beautiful book full of gorgeous pictures and art. As always, we like to showcase our favorite patterns:

Sevilla by Thea Colman

 © Nicole Mlakar

© Nicole Mlakar

This long wrap is knit lengthwise, which really shows off the chevron lacework and wiggly squiggle going up the center of the wrap. With only 5 sections, 2 of which are the same, this simple pattern will achieve beautiful results.

Anniversaire by Beers Välimäki

 © Nicole Mlakar

© Nicole Mlakar

Knit all the cables! This stunning sweater employs four different cables, which go together seamlessly. Knit this comfy grandpa sweater to keep you warm this year and every year!

Bon Bon by Joji Locatelli

 © Nicole Mlakar

© Nicole Mlakar

Twisted stitches meet twisted lace in these adorable fingerless mitts. Knit in the round, these beautiful and simple mitts are finished with a cute pompom. You can definitely sit and eat bon bons with these mitts!

Knees-Up by Juju Vail

 © Nicole Mlakar

© Nicole Mlakar

These socks-meet-leg-warmers will surely warm your little toes! Starting with a garter rib, the leg ends in an "afterthought heel", and the sock concludes in stockinette. This pattern will surely keep you on your toes!

Hoopla by Dianna Walla

 © Nicole Mlakar

© Nicole Mlakar

What's all the hoopla about?! This hat is amazing! Knit bottom up, Hoopla starts with ribbing, followed by a beautiful Latvian braid. Next comes the interesting colorwork and, finally, the crown is formed after the colorwork is completed. A must-have pattern for hat enthusiasts!

What pattern is your favorite? What Anzula yarn and colorway would you choose? We love to hear your responses!