Radicle Threads Magazine Fall 2022 Issue cover shows woman in woods carrying a basket of oranges. Fall colored yarns arranged in top corner of photo
Radicle Threads Magazine Fall 2022 inside pages show two patterns included in magazine - the colorwork Fanous Wrap and Juniper Socks.
Radicle Threads Magazine Fall 2022 inside cover shows list of creators and contents of magazine.
Radicle Threads Magazine Fall 2022 inside pages show 3 patterns included in book. The Ezili Danto, The Higher The Hat, and Oshun Shawl..
Radicle Threads Magazine Fall 2022 inside pages show 2 patterns included in magazine. Igbo Landing Wrap and Ti Pye Zoranj Sweater

Radicle Threads - Issue 3

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Issue 3: Occult, Fall  2022.

Radicle Threads Issue 3 is packed with recipes, projects, articles and patterns to get you in the mood for a mystical fall season. This issue includes:

  • 8 Recipes
  • 12 Crochet & Knit Patterns
  • 2 Crafting Projects
  • 5 Articles 
  • Journal of Fennigan's Farm with the final update to the story

This theme of this issue is Occult which refers to “hidden, secret and mysterious, particularly pertaining to the supernatural.” Occult practices appeal to our natural curiosity. According to Wikipedia, the occult, in the broadest sense, is a category of supernatural beliefs and practices which generally fall outside the scope of religion and science, encompassing such phenomena involving otherworldly agency as mysticism, spirituality, and magic. Examples of occult practices are astrology, witchcraft, the black arts, fortune-telling, magic (both black and white), Ouija boards, spiritism, and parapsychology.


    Radicle Threads is a BBIMP (Black Brown Indiginous Melanated People) grassroots company that aims to create a sustainable, ethical, and equitable online and print publication with a focus on crafting.

    Their mission is to uplift, amplify, and empower Black, Brown, Indigenous, and Melanated People (BBIMP) voices and to share their knowledge, skills, and experiences with the goal of increasing accessibility for all.

    From the makers of Radicle Threads: We wanted something that reflected change and growth; according to the dictionary, the Radicle is part of a plant embryo that develops into the primary root. Radical people advocate for complete thorough social change that supports a progressive reform in marginalized communities.

    Threads are about the connections that we form as we go through life. We, as people, are connected through this invisible thread that shapes our interactions with those who come into our lives.

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