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.

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A Jaunty Tassel

Remember the knotted friendship bracelets of summer camp? This grown-up version uses lengths of special yarn for a charming ornament. Embrace a creative, whimsical approach and customize freely!

Young People’s Civil War Charity Knitting: The Alcott Connection

In the vein of “no idle hands,” children took up needles, knitting everything from simple projects to socks, to aid soldiers during the Civil War.

Long Thread Podcast: PieceWork Turns 30

Season 7, Episode 4: In honor of the magazine's pearl anniversary, we reached out to PieceWork's first and most recent editors for some pearls of wisdom about legacy, connection, craftsmanship, and what it means to tell needlework stories.

Notions: Celebrate our 30th!

Our Fall issue is a tribute to the Glided Age

Drizzling: A Regency Rainy-Day Hobby

During the mid- to late-eighteenth century, drizzling became quite the fashion in France to carefully remove gold and silver threads from other textiles so they could be sold.

Love Doilies?

The doily has been at the center of home décor fashion for more than a century.

The Great Pretender: Dresden Lace Embroidery

The technique known variously as Dresden lace embroidery originated in Dresden, the capital of Saxony, which is located in the southeastern part of present-day Germany, in the seventeenth century.

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.