Are you captivated by vintage knitted lace? PieceWork magazine has curated a collection of 7 FREE, historical knitting patterns that will delight you.
Whether you recognize the day in February, June, or September there is always time for lace!
The Banjara embroidery design on a small dowry purse comprises simple squares, rectangles, and line work. But oh! The colors!
Needlework is imbued with narratives that might range from the everyday to larger than life, and sometimes there are a few loose ends that leave us guessing. Do you have a great story to share?
A series of three knitted panels, using embroidery for details, are fiber windows onto landscapes important to the author and her family.
Niebling’s designs are not for the faint of heart or the impatient knitter. Some of his larger table covers contain as many as 300 rounds, with the outer rounds comprising hundreds of stitches, all to be worked in fine thread from pages of complex charts.
Join us as we take a sneak peek into the series of articles by embroidery artist and teacher Natalie Dupuis.
Though varied in style and material, the fichu was an important fashion accessory during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Thimbles are highly prized by collectors and stitchers alike and loved for their practicality, beauty, and infinite variety.