PieceWork 2013 Collection Download
Enjoy six issues of PieceWork magazine exactly as they were originally printed in 2013!
JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2013: The 7th annual historical knitting issue featuring knitting patterns and stories of the past for the knitters of today. Knit Armenian Socks, a polka jacket, and Sámi mittens.
MARCH/APRIL 2013: This issue focuses on pictorial communication in needlework with selections of seventeenth-century elaborate raised embroidery, motifs on a christening robe, some of the charted images used in filet crochet, and the ubiquitous knitted eight-pointed star/flower/snowflake motif.
MAY/JUNE 2013: The 6th annual issue devoted to lace, offers fascinating facts on knitted, needle, bobbin, tatted, crocheted, and machine-made lace. You’ll discover people who have been captivated by lace and others who spent long, grueling hours producing this ethereal fabric.
JULY/AUGUST 2013: In this issue of PieceWork magazine, knit and embellish Scilly Isle socks, learn about collecting vintage buttons, knit Victorian beaded cuffs, learn raised filet crochet, discover coronation cord, learn about Latvian textiles, make silk death head buttons, and more!
SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2013: Enjoy needlework patterns and techniques for bags with bead-crochet, a Turkish motif embroidery design, and a look at the Ikle Fragment, in the 20th Anniversary issue of PieceWork!
NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2013: Hunt for treasure
with this issue featuring a variety of needlework patterns and stories focused on myriad treasures hidden everywhere, from museums to attics. Whether two blocks away or as far away as India, these stories will captivate your mind and needleworking hands!
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- Browse each issue quickly with a time-saving electronic index.
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