Inspired by Norwegian needlework, these handstitched gloves will warm your hands and your heart.
Happy birthday to the teddy bear!
Pick up a single needle and short pieces of yarn to try a fascinating fabric-making technique that has been around for thousands of years.
Looking to keep your hands toasty? Check out these gorgeous mitten offerings.
This year has been full of new articles, stories we’ve rediscovered, and unique needlework, and these are the ones that most captured your fancy.
A wonderful collection of vintage tools from across the centuries.
We invite you to a winter wonderland where you can take a trip to Antarctica, join a winter festival in the arctic circle, and knit a pair of mittens for your next carriage ride.
Stitching monograms onto household linens and clothing is a timeless way to personalize your life. It is no surprise: monograms are seeing a resurgence.
Throughout time, needleworkers have become smitten with lace, and Kathi Rotella’s Victorian lace square is a good example. She was so taken by a sample that she re-created it for PieceWork.
The instructions for this delicate lace edging originally appeared in a weekly household column, which ran in a Manchester, New Hampshire, newspaper from 1881 to 1884.