Here’s a preview of a new PieceWork eBook, A Lace Revival: 25 Vintage Edgings to Knit with our favorite patterns for knitted edgings.
The Fall 2019 issue of PieceWork is just packed with stories and projects that particularly intrigue me.
One of the articles in the May/June 1994 issue of PieceWork is Marni Harang’s “The Flowers of Flanders: Seventeenth-Century Flemish Bobbin Tape Lace.”
The seventh edition of PieceWork’s Knitting Traditions, Fall 2013, is all about lace—its magic and mystery and its ethereal quality—as expressed in knitting.
Learn about knitting two socks at once. Seriously, what could be more practical than this? Practical, yes; easy, maybe not!
Welcome to the “Who Knew?” issue of PieceWork! The Summer 2019 issue is brimming with surprising information on needlework history.
May 1, 1851: The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations was the brainchild of Henry Cole, an English artist and inventor.
The Summer 2019 issue of PieceWork focuses on knitting. The history behind each article and project is truly captivating and illustrates the serendipitous nature of knitting around the globe and across time.
The fashion doll was a popular portrayer of style in the eighteenth century and the predecessor of fashion plates and then fashion magazines.