What did these Victorians know about practical? What were they thinking?
An homage to one of the Navajo Nation's most accomplished dyers and cultural keepers.
Historically, and often out of necessity, children were taught to spin, knit, weave, and do other forms of needlework at a young age. How old were you when you first took needle and yarn in hand?
Linda Ligon recalls going to the feed store with her mother and shopping for sacks for a feed-sack dress.
Teaching a child to tat in the oppressive Oklahoma summer heat presents certain challenges. Here are a few rules to keep in mind to make the experience more enjoyable for all involved.
If you’re a knitter, and even if you’re not, you’ll marvel at the sight of men in handsome traditional dress strolling along the paths knitting fine, intricate caps.