Episode Summary

Hey Pomcats! Those lazy, hazy days of summer are just around the corner, why not take a little break and put your feet up with an episode of Pomcast?This episode we’re talking about the cultural delights of the Hayward Gallery, as Lydia and Sophie had both recently seen the work of Louise Bourgeois which is on display there. A must for any textile and sculpture lover! Meanwhile Lydia is working on her own artworks for her MA project and hoping she can fit in some sewing plans with the Saguaro co-ord set by Friday Pattern Company.It’s no surprise that we’re totally jazzed about the newest issue of Pom Pom Quarterly! We talk about some of the patterns we’re hoping to cast on, including the Keswick wrap and Streamers jumper. We’re also looking forward to trying new techniques with the Lateralis socks and Lackadaisical mitts. Speaking of, don’t miss out on our exclusive anniversary merch which features the mitt daisy motif!Thanks for listening! We’re taking a break from recording  for the summer but will be back in August with the next season of the Pomcast! Remember you can keep in touch with us and other Pomcast listeners via our Ravelry forum, and you can send us your musings via email at podcast@pompommag.com. To be kept informed with all the latest updates, delightful titbits, and treats, we recommend signing up to our weekly newsletter! This episode is sponsored by Yorkshire Yarn Fest. Since 2019, they have brought together crafters from all over the world with their virtual festivals which take place live on Instagram. You can also join Yorkshire Yarn Fest for their third in-person event this month (May 2022)! A celebration of all things yarn, wool, and fibre, their next event will be on the 28th May, so do check out yorkshireyarnfest.com for a list of exhibitors. And great news for Pomcast listeners - Yorkshire Yarn Fest are offering you a FREE ticket! Just use the code POMCAST when ordering your ticket. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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