Tvåändsstickning: Sweden’s Two-End Knitting

The need for warm, useful clothing was the foremost factor influencing the utilization of the technique of two-end knitting in Sweden, but the desire for beautiful and interesting clothing was also strong.

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Sensational Silk: A Must-Have Collection of Articles & Patterns

Ever since a cocoon fell into an empress’s teacup, silk has fascinated fiber artists.

Ribbed Scarf with a Crocheted Edging

Eyelets and a fancy crocheted edging add a lacy touch to Ann Budd’s Knit a Ribbed Scarf with a Crocheted Edging, adapted from Weldon’s Practical Needlework.

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Karin’s Swedish Circles

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Stitch a Bouquet of Irish Crochet Roses

Sample Irish crochet in the loveliest way with three beautiful roses to adorn your favorite things!

A Collection of Lace Collars in Honor of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

One of the many things Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be remembered for is the iconic collars she wore with her black robes. In honor of the Supreme Court Justice, we’ve curated a collection of white lace collars from the pages of PieceWork.

Cross-Stitch Heart with Quaker Motifs

Janice Wood created a sweet cross-stitch heart, which incorporates traditional Quaker sampler motifs with an alphabet on one side of the heart and the date and recipient’s initials on the reverse.

7 FREE Knitted Lace Projects from PieceWork Magazine

Are you captivated by vintage knitted lace? PieceWork magazine has curated a collection of 7 FREE, historical knitting patterns that will delight you.

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Knots and Loops: Untangling the Structure of Lace

Although knotted laces have the advantage of being stable, they have the disadvantage of taking a long time to make. Looped lace may be fast to make, but it lacks stability.

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A Poppy of Remembrance

Work a scarlet poppy in needlepoint for an everlasting tribute.

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Karin Bergöö Larsson’s Life in Textiles

Hardanger Embroidery: Needlework to Do When Loneliness Comes

Anna Anderson began her tablecloth on her journey from Norway to the United States. “My mother gave me the tablecloth when I was leaving and told me that when I was feeling lonesome I should work on it,” she recalled.

The Pearl-Button Fever: Fishing Fortunes from the Mississippi River Bend

For many years, Muscatine, Iowa, on the Mississippi River, was the Pearl-Button Capital of the World.

Knit, Purl, Heal

Scientific research now validates what die-hard knitters have long known in their hearts: the power to manage stress, to control well-being, and to recover from certain physical injuries often lies in one’s own hands.

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A Suffrage-Fair Washcloth

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Sewn in America: Mastering the Skills

In this first part of a three-part series, the author looks at the first concept—how and where girls learned their sewing skills—that is examined in an upcoming exhibition at the DAR Museum in Washington, DC.

What is Tunisian Crochet?

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Surma Dani: An Embroidered Bag from Afghanistan

In a market, Chitra chanced upon a little bag from Afghanistan, which led her to research its tribal origins.

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