Inspiration at the Audubon

Quilter Lauren Austin finds inspiration for her artwork through her love of birds.

Women’s Work, Part 2: Yarn & Revolutions

Then Athens and the city-state of Sparta got into a long conflict, the Peloponnesian War, and that’s where our latest story about women’s work comes in.

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Knit a Miniature Sweater

This mini sweater is based on Madeline Keller-King’s miniature pullover pattern. Fashion one in your favorite color, add a few lacy embellishments, and you’re ready for spring!

The Magic of Seven: At What Age Did You Learn to Craft?

Historically, and often out of necessity, children were taught to spin, knit, weave, and do other forms of needlework at a young age. How old were you when you first took needle and yarn in hand?

Women’s Work: A Series on the History of Textiles and Makers

Women have been involved with textiles throughout time; after all, they have been inspired by a goddess!

How to Display (Almost) Any Textile Safely, Part 4

Let’s talk about the greatest enemy of all textiles: light.

Three Centuries at Sajou, Purveyors of French Needlework Supplies

Discover the colorful origins of the venerable Maison Sajou--a French design and needlework workshop, with a legacy that continues to intrigue stitchers today.

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Little Pieces of Found History

Easy Stitcheries for Little Fingers

February is National Embroidery Month. What are you working on?

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Explore the Evolution of Norwegian Embroidered Handcoverings

Norwegian needlework beauty to warm your hands and your heart.