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PieceWork Summer 2024

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Enrich your world with historical stitches and perennial projects from needleworkers through the years. In this issue of PieceWork, join us as we share the allure of repetitive patterns such as tartan and sashiko, as well as ever-popular techniques such as Orenburg knitting and Phulkari embroidery.

  • Dress a beloved baby in Melissa Leapman's Icelandic-inspired baby sweater to knit
  • Unwind and cross-stitch Laura Rintala's summery bookmark
  • Add some loveliness to your home with Deanna Hall West's silk-ribbon rosebuds to embroider
  • Meet talented colonial stitcher Mary Wright Alsop, by Susan Holloway Scott
  • Knit Katrina King's occasion-worthy Orenburg Shawl

Learn, create, and connect with the makers of yesterday, as the threads of the past inspire you to create new heirlooms for tomorrow.



    • Timeless Shawl by Katrina King
    • The Pocketbooks and Purses of Mary Wright Alsop by Susan Holloway Scott
    • A Glorious Hexagon Bolster by Liza Prior Lucy
    • Recollections: The Traditional Clothing of Inis Oírr by Úna McDonagh
    • Arctic Thyme Baby Pullover by Melissa Leapman
    • Coasters from Sashiko Counted Embroidery by Keiko Sakamoto
    • The Dickerson Pin Loom Blanket by Susan Strawn
    • Applied Braidwork: A Versatile Victorian Technique by Karen J. Bohleke
    • Rosebuds: A Silk-Ribbon Bouquet Based on a Victorian Pelerine, Part III by Deanna Hall West
    • Motifs and Meaning in Turkish Knitted Socks by Carol J. Sulcoski
    • Tartan Reflections and Repetitions by Isabella Rossi
    • Phulkari: An Embroidery of Emotions, Culture and Sikh Heritage by Dr. Japjee Kaur Kohli
    • Bargello Through the Ages by Sheryl De Jong
    • Revisited: Bees and Black-Eyed Susans Bookmark by Laura Rintala

        Author/Designer: PieceWork Editors