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.
Casalguidi embroidery is a distinctive three-dimensional form of needlework, which is worked in neutral colors and mimics sculpted marble.
The technique known variously as Dresden lace embroidery originated in Dresden, the capital of Saxony, which is located in the southeastern part of present-day Germany, in the seventeenth century.
With its focus on meticulous, true-to-life interpretations of natural subject matter, silk art embroidery was popular in America from 1877 to 1907.
Simple items that created an entertaining toy and sometimes a lasting memento in the 1800’s.
Not only a lovely garment but also a piece of a woman’s identity
Rediscover a tool used to create a tubular or flat fabric by repeatedly interlocking loops of yarn.
With its vibrant, geometric designs, the huck towel is a colorful icon of mid-twentieth-century kitchens.