Piecework Editorial Staff


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!

The Tradition of Knitting in Lithuania

The first known mention of Lithuania is in the historical records of the monastery of Quedlinburg, Germany. Handwork in Lithuania also has deep roots.

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Weldon’s Macramé Lace

Remember Macramé from the seventies? Apparently, the Victorians loved the technique too!

PieceWork’s 30th Anniversary Giveaway

Calling all needlework and yarn lovers for a chance to win one of 10 coveted prizes

Knock Your Socks Off Socks

Sarah re-creates a vintage sock with an unknown past.

Everything You Wanted to Know About Couched Goldwork Embroidery

Join us as we take a sneak peek into the series of articles by embroidery artist and teacher Natalie Dupuis.

The Lure of Lace: PieceWork’s Special Issue Knitting Traditions Fall 2013

The seventh edition of PieceWork’s Knitting Traditions, Fall 2013, is all about lace—its magic and mystery and its ethereal quality—as expressed in knitting.

Silken Fog: Drawing Knitting Inspiration from Nature

The Orenburg knitting technique makes this delicate knit wrap lighter than air.

The Long Thread: Kelly Hartman

Voices from our community: Kelly Hartman, Curator, Gallatin History Museum in Bozeman, Montana; Creator of the Gallatin County Tapestry Project.


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