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PieceWork 2008-2011 Lace Collection Download

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Enjoy this collection all about lace! You get four issues of PieceWork magazine from 2008-2011. 

PieceWork magazine’s annual lace issues celebrate the stories of lacemakers and lace projects inspired by historical lace knitting, crochet lace, bobbin lace, and even tatting.

MAY/JUNE 2008: Filet crochet a Laura IngallsWilder doily, learn step-by-step tatting, and muchmore in the first-ever annual issue devoted to lace!Learn the secrets for creating extraordinary lacefrom Russian lace scarves to lace fans to bridalpurses.

MAY/JUNE 2009:Explore exquisite needlelacethat originated in Bologna, Italy, with a step-by-steptutorial for making your own delicate needlelaceinsert; tat an elegant Chantilly Border; learn about amaster bobbin-lacemaker; and delve into the worldof Orenburg lace knitting, complete with instructionsfor knitting a sumptuous cashmere Orenburgwarm shawl.

MAY/JUNE 2010:Use the project instructionsin this lace issue to create a stunning HerbertNiebling–inspired knitted-lace purse, elegant sockswith lacy cuffs to knit, a tatted lace motif, a knittedOrenburg scarf, and an exquisite Dresden lace giftbag to embroider. This issue is a lace lover’s dream!

MAY/JUNE 2011:The stories of lacemakers areas intriguing as their lace: Anna Marie Jensen“campaigned for knitting to be recognized as alacemaking technique”; Dorothy Reade championedthe use of charts and symbols in lace knitting; forcountless Irishwomen, making lace meant the difference between starvation and survival during theGreat Famine.

Order the CD or download the PieceWork 2008-2011 Lace Collection today!  

As with all our PieceWork Collections, you get needlework inspiration at your fingertips.

You can get this Collection as either a CD or Download. Just look at the advantages:

  • Browse each issue quickly with a time-saving electronic index.
  • Search keywords such as master needleworkers, unique techniques, and special equipment.
  • These Collections take up less space than print issues and won’t wear or tear.
  • Save money when you get a whole collection of PieceWork than if you got the print issues individually.

Author/Designer: Piecework Editors