Silk fabrics are incredibly diverse, varying according to weave, thread count, and weight of the fibers.
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We adore the richness of needlepoint and are very excited to introduce you to two free All Access patterns originally from Spin Off magazine: the Bargello Spindle Bag and Rounded Arches Spindle Bag.
Learn about piña cloth, woven from fibers from the leaves of pineapple plants, and the delicate and intricate embroidery that embellishes it.
Knitted socks make the perfect little project for learning a new-to-you knitting technique! Have you tried knitting Estonian nupps?
Women’s head coverings during the nineteenth century varied considerably, depending on the country, region, traditions, climate, religion, marital status, social or economic class, and fashion.
Can the fiber content of your thread affect the outcome of your project? See why wool is important to crewelwork.
One of the many things Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be remembered for is the iconic collars she wore with her black robes. In honor of the Supreme Court Justice, we’ve curated a collection of white lace collars from the pages of PieceWork.
Join us on an adventure as we celebrate the versatility of wool!
Wool felt is a natural insulator, making it the perfect fabric for shepherds’ cloaks in the mountainous regions of Turkey. Its strength and resistance to wear and tear make it a sensible base for the beautiful embroidered rugs of northern India.