Janice Wood created a sweet cross-stitch heart, which incorporates a traditional Quaker sampler motifs with an alphabet on one side of the heart and the date and recipient’s initials on the reverse.
Enjoy a free purse in tatting and beads pattern from PieceWork’s Trimmings. This column offers a collection of patterns, charts, and instructions that have been gleaned from old magazines and books that are no longer generally available.
Submit your proposals for the Fall 2020 issue of PieceWork and help us explore global textile traditions of reuse and renewal.
Each and every issue of PieceWork is brought forth by many hands. However, this special issue has been carried forward by more hands than most.
Download PDFs of the charts and illustrations from the projects featured in the 2019 issues of PieceWork.
Knit Ava Colman’s lace bookmark, which uses a variety of knitted lace stitches and makes a quick gift. She designed the bookmark as a knitted lace-stitch sampler composed of stitches from various works by Anna Marie Jensen.
Learning to tat is on my needlework bucket list. I love the look of this exquisite form of lace making.
Download PDFs of the charts and illustrations from the projects featured in the 2018 issues of PieceWork.