What did it mean to be a member of a knitting guild during the 1500s? Who was responsible for crafting Eleonora di Toledo’s burial stockings?
From the midst of the madness that became World War II (1939–1945), one small knitted green sweater—made for a beloved granddaughter—survives.
Season 4, Episode 9: What do you do when it's time to step back from your industry-leading yarn store and make some space for yourself? If you're Sheri Berger, you might find yourself accidentally beginning a brand-new needlework business.
A small piece of cloth connects Helen to her ancestral needlework roots.
Done in khamak, an intricate form of embroidery, this dastarkhan consists of delicate silk satin stitches on finely woven fabric.
Before you begin a collection of your own, whether it be of handbags, lace, linens, quilts, or garments, Christen Brown suggest that you first research the periods and styles that interest you the most.
Crepe paper struck an immediate chord with the buying public. The novelty effects and brilliant hues were tantalizing.
It is a precious ball of handspun wool that has formed an unbreakable bond between two souls who will never meet.
Voices from Our Community: Hear from Nilda Callañaupa Alvarez, director of the Centro de Textiles Tradicionales del Cusco
Working left-handed is much the same as right-handed, with just a little bit of difference.