Voices from Our Community: Hear from Nilda Callañaupa Alvarez, director of the Centro de Textiles Tradicionales del Cusco
Looking for a strong and different type of cording technique? Try lucet braiding!
We will start 2023 off by celebrating needlework education—formal and informal, near and far—and we want to hear from you!
Learn what set Australian crochet designer Mary Card’s work apart from other designs in the early twentieth century.
Bobbin lace can be used on a small scale—think a lacy edging for a collar—or articles of a much larger scale, or anything in between. Read about the magnificent bobbin-lace coverlet that once belonged to world-famous contralto Marian Anderson.
Are you captivated by vintage knitted lace? PieceWork magazine has curated a collection of 7 FREE, historical knitting patterns that will delight you.
With pretty details like the frog fastener featuring Clones knots and a lacy scalloped edge, this boudoir jacket is a gorgeous re-creation of an early twentieth-century pattern that’s fun to make and wear.
Voices from Our Community: Hear from Anne Butcher, Head of Studio and Teaching, Royal School of Needlework
A crazy quilt is a wonderfully useful way to preserve and display family history. As the quilt itself warms each generation’s hands and feet, each scrap has a story that warms the heart.