A look into the history of found objects and the stories they could tell
Jabez learned to crochet granny squares as a part of his rehabilitation after he lost parts of several fingers to shrapnel in the Second Boer War (1899–1902).
How are the fabulous museum displays of historic dresses created?
Thank you, James Smithson for making the Smithsonian become a reality.
Remember Macramé from the seventies? Apparently, the Victorians loved the technique too!
Nancy Bush designed a special knit for a very special occasion—wedding gloves.
Very little was known about fifteenth-century undergarments before this discovery as no other textile examples exist.
Seeking freedom of religion, Ann Lee, left England to establish the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing in the United States, a religious group founded in the eighteenth century.
Casalguidi embroidery is a distinctive three-dimensional form of needlework, which is worked in neutral colors and mimics sculpted marble.