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Hooked on Tambour Embroidery

If you've admired the beaded dresses on Downton Abbey or Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries, you're falling in love with tambour work too.

Those Weird Victorians! The Origin of Knitting Poem

We’re thrilled to bring you the poem “The Origin of Knitting,” published in London in 1849.

You Need to Try Tatting: Tat a Winter Star

This beautiful delicate star is worked in two rounds—one for the center and one for the points of the star.

PieceWork’s Top 10 Articles of 2023

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Ribbed Scarf with a Crocheted Edging

Eyelets and a fancy crocheted edging add a lacy touch to Ann Budd’s Knit a Ribbed Scarf with a Crocheted Edging, adapted from Weldon’s Practical Needlework.

Transferring Designs to Fabric for Embroidery

Two of our PieceWork contributors share their tips!

Tips for Practical Sock Knitting: Refooting a Sock

Refooting is a fascinating approach to knitting a sock in such a way that it can be easily resoled and reheeled after those areas give out to wear.

Pincushions Rule

Petite little darlings perfect for sampling a technique.

Tips for Practical Sock Knitting: Knitting Two Socks at Once

Learn about knitting two socks at once. Seriously, what could be more practical than this? Practical, yes; easy, maybe not!


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