Radicle Threads Magazine
Radicle Threads 4
Issue 4: Elements - Air
Radicle Threads Issue 4 is packed with recipes, projects, articles, and patterns to get you in the mood for a vibrant season of cooking and crafting.
This theme of this issue is Air which is the first part of a series that aims to raise awareness about different elements through articles, patterns, and recipes. The articles in this issue focus on pollution and its current and future implications.
The crafts section showcases unique ideas for incorporating plants into your living space - an article about air plants and a macrame tutorial! This Issue also features global cooking styles and recipes passed down from generation to generation. The knitting and crochet patterns are inspired by the element of air and highlight drape, elegance, and movement. There are eleven patterns in total which include 5 crochet patterns and 6 knitting patterns.
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.