Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Mar/Apr. 1993:Vol. #1, Issue #1
Page Count: 72
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Deerfield Embroidery Story
            adapted from Margery Burnham Howe's Deerfield Embroidery
    • PATTERN:
      An Embroidered Vest to Sew
            by Jean Scorgie
    • HISTORY:
      The Knitting Madonnas
            by Richard Rutt
    • PATTERN:
      A Silk Reticule to Knit
            by Liza Prior Lucy
    • PROFILE:
      The Embroidred Life of Anna Kuczma
            by Marilyn Murphy
    • HISTORY:
      When Famine Ravaged in Ireland(Irish crocheted lace)
            by Kax Wilson
    • PATTERN:
      Pincushion Cover to Crochet
            by Linda Ligon
    • HISTORY:
      Using Cotton Sacks in Quilt Making
            by Pat Nickols
    • HISTORY:
      Pine Needle Basketry's Diverse Roots
            by Marilyn Moore
    • PATTERN:
      A Pine Needle Basket to Make
            by Robin Taylor Daugherty
    • POEM:
      Patchwork
            by Eavan Boland
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Notions(from the editor)
      Of the Maker's Self A Part
            by Veronica Patterson
    • A Place to Come To(where to see skilled handwork):
      The Litchfield Historical Society(Sarah Pierce)
            by Deborah Cannarella
    • Linen Closet(caring for fine handwork):
      From the Armoire: Edwardian Whites
            by Linda Carlson
    • Wordspinning(letters,journals,literature):
      "Patchwork"
            by Eavan Boland
    • Legacy(identifying keepsakes):
      Calico Buttons,
      Small Delights: The Stanhope Viewer
            by Veronica Patterson
    • Patterns(tracing motifs through time):
      The Ram's Horn Motif in Slovakia
            by Sigrid Piroch
    • Such Good Friends:
      Dolls Worth Knowing
            by Addie Jane, Miriam Dolloff Chesley
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)-
      Margery Howe and Deerfield Embroidery
      Things
      Books Noted
    • MARKETPLACE

Magazine Title: PIECEWORK: Craft & History Hand in Hand
Editor(s): March 1993 - Feb. 1997: Veronica Patterson;
                 March 1997 - Aug. 1998: Deborah Cannarella;
                 Sept. 1998 - ???: Jeane Hutchins;
Publication Frequency: BiMonthly
Began Publication: March 1993
Ended Publication: Ongoing!
Published by: Interweave Press, Inc., Loveland, CO
Average Page Count: 72
Magazine Dimensions(ht. x w.): 11" x 8 1/2"
ISSN: 1067-2249

NOTE: ALL COVER IMAGES THIS PAGE ARE PROPERTY OF
PUBLISHER, but are scanned from my private collection.

SUMMARY: This catalog was one of the hardest for me to get through - not because it was boring, but because I kept stopping to read articles! If you've ever doubted that women's history is intrinsically tied to the evolution of textiles and handwork, this periodical will lay them to rest. They cover everything from many different angles, paying attention to regional specialties within a discipline, individuals who made a difference and kept traditions from their culture alive, the intricacies and beauty embodied in "craft". All of it. There are CDs of back issues available. Buy them. Then browse. You will fall in love with your particular disciplines all over again, and be inspired. You won't have realized just how much weight of history is spun in our threads. Piecework is a gift. Buy a subscription and support it. It is so, so worth it!

I have labeled the articles with the captions "HISTORY", "PATTERN", "TUTORIAL", "PROFILE" etc. in an attempt to help people better find the articles they are looking for.

They have a website: https://www.interweave.com/needlework/

And Becky Clark found the Interweave Press Searchable Index page for me: https://www.interweave.com/magazine-indexes/

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5. Use the search function as you normally would. Try to stick to only one word, since authors will sometimes use their middle initial, then not, change names, etc.
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Anyone with more information about this publication, or has issues to donate or sell, can contact me through My Contact Page.

PIECEWORK TATTING ARTICLES(list is not complete):
1993 Nov/Dec(1:3) - "Angeline Crichlow: A Challenging Tatter," by Sue Lenthe
                                "Beginning to Tat," by Lisa Trumble
                                "Three Snowflakes to Tat," by Georgia Seitz
1995 Mar/Apr(3:2) - "Needle Tatting: An Almost Hidden Art," by Barbara Foster
                                "Learning to Needle Tat," by Jane Fournier
                                "Needle-Tatted Lace Edging and Corner to Make," by Barbara Foster, Leisa Refalo
        Jul/Aug(3:4) - "Pearl's Tatted Cluny Lace," by Alison Addicks
        Sept/Oct(3:5) - "Tatted Edgings, New and Attractive," by Katherine Lawrence
        Nov/Dec(3:6) - "Doll-sized Tatted Edgings," from Tatting Designs with Instructions, Book #5, by Adeline Cordet(1916)
1996 Jan/Feb(4:1) - "So Much More Comfort Than Luxury: The Queen's Jeweled Tatting," by Lisa Trumble
                                "A Beaded Scarf Edging to Tat," by Lisa Trumble
        Mar/Apr(4:2) - "Trimmings: Tatted Edging #524," from Tatting Designs with Instructions, Book #5, by A. Cordet(1916)
        May/Jun(4:3) - "Pearl Allen's Tatted Butterfly," by Jaquie Teal
                                "Small Tatted Butterfly For Applique on Net," Adapted from The Priscilla Tatting Book #2(1915)
        Jul/Aug(4:4) - "Rick Rack and Tatting(edge)," from Nufashond Rick Rack Book
        Nov/Dec(4:6) - "Tatted Star," by Mrs AS Schroeder(Needlecraft Magazine, Nov 1917)
                                "(Tatted)Medallion Snowflake," from The Priscilla Tatting Book No. 2(1915)
                                 "Two (tatted)Medallions," from The Priscilla Tatting Book No. 2(1915)
1998 Nov/Dec(6:6) - "The Justice of Tatting(Judge Henry Edwards)," by Margaret Jane Edwards Norman
                                  "Tatted Baby Cap," by Barb Woods
1999 Mar/Apr(7:2) - "Jennie Mae Olsen's Fancy Bag(tatting,crochet)," adapted by Jude Daurelle
2000 Jan/Feb(8:1) - "A Life of Lace: Norma Benporath's Contribution to Tatting," by Judith Connors
        Jul/Aug(8:4) - "*Tatted Pincushion," by Kathryn Zaiss
2001 Jan/Feb(9:1) - "*A Jabot to Tat," by Elaine O'Donal
        Sept/Oct(9:5) - "A Pincushion to Tat," by Marion Leyds
2002 Sept/Oct(10:5) - "A Lace Border to Tat," adapted from Burda Praxis-Occhi-Schiffchenspitze(1998)
2003 Sept/Oct(11:5) - "A Confirmation Handkerchief," by Shirley Hansen
                                  "A Handkerchief Edging to Tat," adapted by Trish Faubion
2004 Mar/Apr(12:2) - "Tatted Square Medallion," excerpted from Weldon's Practical Needlework, Vol. 4
        May/Jun(12:3) - "Tatted Trefoil Edging," excerpted from Weldon's Practical Needlework, Vol. 4
        Nov/Dec(12:6) - "Tat a Snowflake," excerpted from A Tatter's Workbook(1920's)
2005 Jul/Aug(13:4) - "Tat a Garden-Trellis Doily," by Mary H McCarthy
                                 "Free-Form Tatting(Helma Siepmann)," by Jules Kliot, Anne Rock

      Nov/Dec(13:6) - "On the Web: Tat a Winter Star(offered as an on-line pattern to promote their website)," by Susanne Schwenke, Trish Faubion
2006 May/Jun(14:3) - "On the Web: Needle Tat a Bridal Necklace and Bracelet with Beads," by Esther Trusler
2007 ???(15:#) - "*," by *
2008 ???(16:#) - "*," by *
2009 ???(17:#) - "*," by *
2010 May/Jun(18:3) - "The Tatting Treasures of Irene Buckland," by *
2011 Jul/Aug(19:4) - "A Legacy of Crocheted, Tatted, and Knitted Edgings(Betty Baker)," by *
2012 ???(20:#) - "*," by *
2013 ???(21:#) - "*," by *
2014 ???(22:#) - "*," by *
2015 May/Jun(23:3) - "Tatted Edging No. 524," by Adeline Cordet(Tatting Designs with Instructions, Book No. 5,1916)
2016 ???(24:#) - "*," by *
2017 ???(15:#) - "*," by *



"PIECEWORK" CATALOG OF ISSUES

1993: 3 ISSUES

Cover Image Property of Daisy Pulications
Mar/Apr. 1993: Vol. 1, Issue #1
Page Count: 72
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Deerfield Embroidery Story
            adapted from Margery Burnham Howe's Deerfield Embroidery
    • PATTERN:
      An Embroidered Vest to Sew
            by Jean Scorgie
    • HISTORY:
      The Knitting Madonnas
            by Richard Rutt
    • PATTERN:
      A Silk Reticule to Knit
            by Liza Prior Lucy
    • PROFILE:
      The Embroidered Life of Anna Kuczma
            by Marilyn Murphy
    • HISTORY:
      When Famine Ravaged in Ireland(Irish crocheted lace)
            by Kax Wilson
    • PATTERN:
      Pincushion Cover to Crochet
            by Linda Ligon
    • HISTORY:
      Using Cotton Sacks in Quilt Making
            by Pat Nickols
    • HISTORY:
      Pine Needle Basketry's Diverse Roots
            by Marilyn Moore
    • PATTERN:
      A Pine Needle Basket to Make
            by Robin Taylor Daugherty
    • POEM:
      Patchwork
            by Eavan Boland
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Notions(from the editor)
      Of the Maker's Self A Part
            by Veronica Patterson
    • A Place to Come To(where to see skilled handwork):
      The Litchfield Historical Society(Sarah Pierce)
            by Deborah Cannarella
    • Linen Closet(caring for fine handwork):
      From the Armoire: Edwardian Whites
            by Linda Carlson
    • Wordspinning(letters,journals,literature):
      "Patchwork"
            by Eavan Boland
    • Legacy(identifying keepsakes):
      Calico Buttons,
      Small Delights: The Stanhope Viewer
            by Veronica Patterson
    • Patterns(tracing motifs through time):
      The Ram's Horn Motif in Slovakia
            by Sigrid Piroch
    • Such Good Friends:
      Dolls Worth Knowing
            by Addie Jane, Miriam Dolloff Chesley
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)-
      Margery Howe and Deerfield Embroidery
      Things
      Books Noted
    • MARKETPLACE

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Sept/Oct. 1993: Vol. 1, Issue #2
Page Count: 96
Notes: You'll notice there is a large skip in months between the first and second issue - I'm not missing any issues here. There was simply a delay after the premiere issue before the began regular bymonthly publication...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • CULTURAL LEGACY:
      Where Sand Falls Like Rain-
      Needleknitting from Ancient Peru
            by Kax Wilson
    • PATTERN:
      Finger Puppets to Needleknit
            by Jean Scorgie
    • HISTORY:
      The Triangle Shirtwaist Company Fire, 1911
            by Deborah Cannarella
    • PROFILE:
      Touched by the Flames: Sarah Sorenson, 1888-1992
            by Deborah Cannarella
    • HISTORY:
      17th-Century English Band Sampler
            by Marsha Van Valin
    • PATTERN:
      Hand Towels to Embroider
            by Jean Scorgie
    • HISTORY:
      Turkish Knitted Stockings, Sivas Province
            by Anna Zilboorg
    • PATTERN:
      Turkish Socks to Knit
            by Anna Zilboorg
    • HISTORY:
      Twisting Up a Rug(Twined rag rugs)
            by Bobbie Irwin
    • PATTERN:
      A Twined Rag Rug to Make
            by Bobbie Irwin
    • CULTURAL LEGACY:
      "Finery and Bright Colors"(Beadwork of northern Athapaskans)
            by Galer Britton Barnes
    • PROFILE:
      Portrait of an Athapaskan Beadworker-
      Bonnie Greife, Alaska
            by Sue Lenthe
    • PATTERN:
      Button Covers to Bead-
      motifs from Athapaskan beadwork
            by Deborah Robson
    • HISTORY:
      Prodigal Quilts- What prompted these quilters to use thousands of tiny pieces?
            by Veronica Patterson
    • PATTERN:
      A Tiny-Pieced Quilt to Make
            by Susan Haynes Opdahl
    • POEM:
      Survivor's Cento
            by Chris Llewellyn(excerpt from "Steam Dummy & Fragments from the Fire")
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      All Hand Worked Cloth is Story Cloth
            by Veronica Patterson
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      The Canadian Museum of Civilization
            by Susan Lightstone
    • LINEN CLOSET(caring for fine handwork):
      Your Family Quilt Is a Textile Artifact
            by Susan Haynes Opdahl
      Ancient Laundry: Cleaning Pre-Columbian Textiles
            by Lou Hegedus
    • WORDSPINNING(letters,journals,literature):
      "Plain Anne Ellis"
            by Anne Ellis
    • PATTERNS(tracing motifs through time):
      The Rare Art of Birch Bark Biting
            by John Norris
    • LEGACY(identifying keepsakes):
      Hand- and Machine-made Lace(Brussels,Torchon), and Nanny Pins
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)
      The Dairy Barn: Not Cows but Quilts
      An Early Needlework Memory
      The Quaker Tapestry Project
      Books Noted
    • MARKETPLACE

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Nov/Dec. 1993: Issue #3
Page Count: 96
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  • FEATURES
    • CULTURAL LEGACY:
      The Amish and the Hmong-
      Needleworks meet through appliqued quilts
            by Trish Faubion
    • HISTORY:
      Unique story of Amish roots and work with Hmong refugees
            by Jan Folsom
    • PATTERN:
      Hmong-Amish Reverse-Applique Square to Make-
      Combine Amish colors with Hmong motifs...
            by Suzanne DeAtley and Chue Lao
    • HISTORY:
      Temari: Graceful Globes-
      Traditional Japanese thread balls
            by Mary Black
    • PATTERN:
      A Chrysanthemum Temari to Make
            by Mary Black
    • CULTURAL LEGACY:
      The Eloquent Colcha-
      One versatile stitch continues a Hispanic embroidery tradition
            by Suzanne MacAulay
    • PROFILE:
      Josephine Lobato: Embroidering a Story-
      With the colcha stitch, she portrays her culture
            by Suzanne MacAulay
    • PROFILE:
      Colcha: Tradition and Spontaneity
            by Maria Vergara Wilson
    • PATTERN:
      A Colcha Embroidered Wool Baby Blanket to Make
            by Marie Risbeck
    • PROFILE:
      Hilda A Erickson, Utah Pioneer-
      Portrait of a rancher, doctor, and lace knitter
            by Jude Daurelle
    • PATTERN:
      A Lace Edging to Knit
            by Jude Daurelle
    • PROFILE:
      Sybil Carter's Legacy: Native American Lace
            by Mary Dwyer
    • PROFILE:
      Angeline Crichlow: A Challenging Tatter
            by Sue Lenthe
    • LESSON:
      All you need to know to start tatting
            by Lisa Trumble
    • PATTERN:
      Three Snowflakes to Tat
            by Georgia Seitz
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Nectar in a Sieve: Writing About Cultures
            by Veronica Patterson
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      Museum of International Folk Art
            by Linda Lynton
    • LINEN CLOSET(caring for fine handwork):
      Caring for Old Samplers
            by Frances Faile
    • WORDSPINNING(letters,journals,literature):
      Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm
            by Kate Douglas Wiggin
    • LEGACY(Identifying keepsakes):
      Universal Scissors, Mystery Object
    • PATTERNS(tracing motifs through time):
      Navajo Ceremonial Baskets- The Center Holds
            by Linda G Lugenbill
    • SUCH GOOD FRIENDS(dolls worth knowing):
      Bangwell Putt- At Her Age(oldest surviving ragdoll in the USA)
            by Veronica Patterson
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)-
      Rocky Mountain Conservation Center
      A Rose-start in Her Hem
      Mourning Slippers and Chestnut Crushers
      Eighty-Year Embroidery
      9,000-Year-Old Textile Found
      Books Noted
    • MARKETPLACE

1994: 6 ISSUES

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Jan/Feb. 1994: Vol. 2, Issue #1
Page Count: 88
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • CULTURAL LEGACY:
      Kanthas: The Embroidered Quilts of Bengal
            by Linda Lynton
    • PATTERN:
      Kantha Cushion Cover to Make
            by Linda Lynton
    • HISTORY:
      A Woman's Cap, The Glory of Slovakia-
      Densely embroidered, turn-of-the-century
            by Sigrid Piroch
    • PATTERN:
      Slovakian Table Centerpiece to Embroidery
            by Sigrid Piroch
    • CULTURAL LEGACY:
      The Needles' Music: Hand Knitters of the Dales-
      In Yorkshire Dales, hand knitting involved swaving with sheath, thropple and top-crook
            by Sue Leighton-White
    • PATTERN:
      Pair of Mary Allen's Gloves to Knit
            by Sue Leighton-White
    • HISTORY:
      The Ubiquitous Loop:
      Simple looping crosses continents and centuries
            by Linda C Ligon
    • PATTERN:
      A Treasure Pouch to Make:
      Loop waxed linen thread into this unusual necklace
            by Robin Taylor Daugherty
    • HISTORY:
      Restoring a 19th-Century Yoruba Headdress
            by Mary Jo Meade
    • PROFILE:
      Molly Nye Tobey's Hooked Rugs:
      A Garden of Delights
            by Celia Y Oliver
    • PATTERN:
      Footstool Cover to Hook-
      Two sprightly chicken based on design by Molly Nye Tobey
            by Pat Hornafius
    • PROFILE:
      Susan Elizabeth Daggett's Old Maid Quilt
            by Shelly Zegart
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Grandmothers
            by Veronica Patterson
    • LEGACY(Identifying keepsakes):
      Map Handkerchiefs
    • LINEN CLOSET(caring for fine handwork):
      Velvets, Plushes and Velveteens
            by Linda Carlson
    • PATTERNS(tracing motifs through time):
      Paisley Motif: the Princely Flower
            by Galer Britton Barnes
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      Augusta Kohrs's Victorian Ranch
            by Lyndel Meikle
    • WORDSPINNING(letters,journals,literature):
      "Loss," from Quilting Lessons
            by Janet C Berlo
    • SUCH GOOD FRIENDS(dolls worth knowing):
      Doll Lily, Changeling
            by Helen D Holmes
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)-
      The Quilt Journal
      Crochet Conference: Forging New Links
      Country Flannel
      Pattern Transfers and Cleaning Recipes
      Illinois Quilt Exhibit
      Oldest Thimble
      Portable Pockets
      Ren and Zheng
      Prairie to Peaks
      Book Mentions
    • MARKETPLACE

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March/April 1994: Vol. 2, Issue #2
Page Count: 96
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      19th Century Embroidery on Net
            by Kax Wilson
    • PATTERN:
      Net Embroidery Scarf to Make
            designed by Jean Scorgie
    • PROFILE:
      Art, Science, Needlework: The Work of Maria Sibylla Merian, 17th Century Naturalist
            by Sharon D Valiant
    • PATTERN:
      Blossom and Butterfly to Cross-stitch
            designed by Marie Risbeck
    • HISTORY:
      Lithuanian Straw Sodas: Ornaments of Celebration
            by M Kati Meek
    • PATTERN:
      A Sodas Bird to Make
            designed by Vida Belkytè, M Kati Meek
    • HISTORY:
      Mourning Quilts: That Distress, By Industry, May Be Removed
            by Gail Andrews Trechsel
    • HISTORY:
      Roses to Rata Blossoms: Shetland Lace Knitting in New Zealand
            by Margaret Stove
    • PATTERN:
      Shetland Style Lace Bonnet to Knit
            designed by Margaret Stove
    • HISTORY:
      Victorian Crocheted Buttons
            by Nancy Nebring
    • PATTERN:
      Crocheted Buttons to Make
            designed by Nancy Nebring
    • HISTORY:
      In the Village that Always Blooms(Zalipie, Poland)
            by Grazyna J Kozaczka
    • PATTERN:
      A Zalipie-Style Bread Cloth to Make
            designed by Grazyna Kozaczka
    • PROFILE:
      Yamano Fumiko, Up to Her Ears in Cloth(Kyoto, Japan)
            by Jacqueline Ruyak
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      How to Tell a Story
            by Veronica Patterson
    • LEGACY(Identifying keepsakes):
      Fitted Needlework Boxes, Bead Stitch
    • PATTERNS(tracing motifs through time):
      Everywhere- God's Eye
            by Pat Rhys
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      The Witte Museum: San Antonio's Royal Robes
            by Frances A Kenneley
    • STITCHES
            by Linda C Ligon
    • WORDSPINNING(letters,journals,literature):
      The Darning Needle Story
    • WORDSPINNING(letters,journals,literature):
      A Beautiful, Cruel Country
            by Eva Antonia Wilbur-Cruce
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)-
      A Stitch In Time
      I Love Needlework Fair
      500 Mile Fiber Arts Exhibit
      The NAMESS Project AIDS Memorial Quilt
      Chemical Bank's Warm Up American Project
      Chinese Applique
      Beauty in the Corn Chamber
      To Make the Useful Beautiful
      The Quillwork Girl
      Home Industry
      Tools and Tales
      Social Needlework
      Books Noted
    • MARKETPLACE

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May/June 1994: Vol. 2, Issue #3
Page Count: 96
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      A Matter of Fashion-
      Beaded Bags from the Civil War Era
            by Galer Britton Barnes
    • PATTERN:
      A Beaded Bag to Knit
            designed by Jane Fournier
    • HISTORY:
      Flowers of Flanders- 17th Century Flemish Bobbin Tape Lace
            by Marni Harang
    • PATTERN:
      Floral Motif in Flemish Bobbin Tape Lace
            designed by Marni Harang
    • PROFILE:
      Harriet Clark in Her 100th Year(rug hookings)
            by Olga Rothschild
    • HISTORY:
      RICKRACK- "Make Plain Things Beautiful"
            by Linda Ligon
    • PATTERN:
      Rickrack Edgings to Make
            designed by Jane Fournier
    • HISTORY:
      A Hitch in Time-
      The Prison Tradition of Horsehair Hitching
            by Lyndel Meikle
    • PATTERN:
      Horsehair Key Cahin to Hitch
            designed by Gary Stark
    • PROFILE:
      Mother Severyna's Mission: Ukrainian Embroidery
            by Tatjana Krynytzky
    • PATTERN:
      Girl's Jumper with Ukrainian Embroidery
            designed by Beverly Rush, Kathy Schaefer
    • PROFILE:
      To Tell a Story-
      Harriet Powers and the Religious-Narrative Tradition in African-American Quilts
            by Trish Faubion
    • PROFILE:
      Maginel Wright Barney and the Gift of Embroidery
            by Mary Jane Hamilton
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Song of the Potholder
            by Veronica Patterson
    • LEGACY(Identifying keepsakes):
      Glass Spools and Commemorative Pincushions
    • A STITCH:
      Sewing Lies
            by Linda Ligon
    • PATTERNS(tracing motifs through time):
      Embroidery Transfer- The Pattern Artist
            by Marnie Ritter
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      Gathering in Utah: Pioneer Memorial Museum, Int. Society, Daughters of Utah Pioneers
            by Jude Daurelle
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)-
      Needlework in Li Ullmann's Film Sofie
      The Colorado Grange Quilt
      Ancient Knitting
      Embroidery Research Fellowship Awards
      Design Migration
      Cloth of Many Colors, an African Legend
      Early Knitting and Needles
      Susan Rowson Academy
      Clothing for Soldiers
      Nigerian Embroidery
      Forged Needlework
      Books Noted
    • MARKETPLACE

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July/August 1994: Vol. 2, Issue #4
Page Count: 96
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Produce What You Consume: the Silk Industry in Utah
            by Jude Daurelle
    • PATTERN:
      Fingerless Silk Mitts to Crochet
            designed by Dixie Falls
    • HISTORY:
      Smoc, Smicket, Smock Frock, and Fancy Gathering
            by Kax Wilson
    • PATTERN:
      A Blouse to Smock
            designed by Lynnae Dunham, Jodi Welliver
    • HISTORY:
      The Elusive Braided Straw Hat
            by Veronica Patterson
    • PATTERN:
      A Straw Hat to Make
            designed by Jane Fournier
    • HISTORY:
      Chinese Imperial Rank Badges: A Language in Thread
            by Robert A Portnoy
    • PATTERN:
      A Rank Badge Pin to Embroider
            designed by Marie Risbeck
    • HISTORY:
      A Thoroughly Feminine Costume
            by Marie Denise Smith
    • CULTURAL LEGACY:
      Where Art Follows Nature- Hawaiian Quilts
      Kaniu Hapai Ryan's Hawaiian Quilts
            by Debra l Ballard
    • PATTERN:
      Hawaiian-Style Centerpiece to Applique
            designed by Debra L Ballard
    • PROFILE:
      Story of Gertrude Rapp- Piety, Prosperity, and Loely Silk Ribbons
            by Deborah Cannarella
    • CORRECTION:
      Shetland Style Lace Bonnet to Knit
            Mar/Apr. 1994
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Button, Button
            by Veronica Patterson
    • LEGACY(Identifying keepsakes):
      Trade Cards
    • LINEN CLOSET(caring for fine handwork):
      How to Hang a Quilt
            by Susan Haynes Opdahl
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      The Boston Women's Educational and Idustrial Union
            by Sue Lenthe
    • A STITCH:
      Bosnian Crochet
            by Linda Ligon
    • WORDSPINNING(letters,journals,literature):
      The Rose and the Lily Quilt
            by Elsie Singmaster
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)-
      1994 Golden Swan Needlework Exhibition
      Bread and Roses- Today's Sweatshops
      Humanitarian Aid: Yarn Was What They Asked For
      Bits and Pieces
      Books Notes
    • MARKETPLACE

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Page Count: 112
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Story of Not-Quite-Blue Jeans
            by Dorothy Miller
    • HISTORY:
      Sashiko Embroidery of Aomori, Japan
            by Lynne Milgram
    • PATTERN:
      Sashiko Hanten(short jacket) To Stitch
            designed by Lucy Arai
    • CULTURAL LEGACY:
      Innovation in Sashiko
            by Lucy Arai
    • CULTURAL LEGACY:
      Out of the Blue- Japanese Indigo Craft:
      Sukumo Production and Indigo Dyeing
            by Junco Sato Pollack
    • HISTORY:
      Nui-Shibori- the Folk Shibori of Japan
            by Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada
    • PATTERN:
      Ginkgo-Inspired Nui-Shibori Scarf to Make
            designed by Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada, Katherine Westphal, Jane Fournier
    • HISTORY:
      Blue Printing, Plain and Fancy: Slovak Folk Cloth
            by Sigrid-Piroch
    • HISTORY:
      In Search of Cornish Guernsways and Knit-Frocks
            by Mary Wright
    • PATTERN:
      A Child's Gansey to Knit
            designed by Beth Brown-Reinsel
    • HISTORY:
      Impressions of the Thing Itself
            by Veronica Patterson
    • PATTERN:
      Lace Quilt Blocks to Sunprint
            designed by Jane Fournier
    • CULTURAL LEGACY:
      Adire: The Blue-and-White Cloth of Nigeria
            by Christopher Spring
    • PROFILE:
      Miklos Kovacs and Family: Hungarian Kekfestos
            by Docey Lewis
    • HISTORY:
      An Embroidered Blanket from Vermont
            by Celia Oliver
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      After the Flood
            by Veronica Patterson
    • IMAGES(More than a thousand words):
      Indigo Resist Dyeing in India
            by Lena Nessle
    • PATTERNS(tracing motifs through time):
      The Beaded Leopard of Cameroon
            by Mary Jo Meade
    • A STITCH:
      Washday Blues
            by Linda Ligon
    • WORDSPINNING(letters,journals,literature):
      Introduction
            by Galer Britton Barnes
    • WORDSPINNING(letters,journals,literature):
      The Invention of Truth
            by Marta Morazzoni
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)-
      Pacific International Quilt Festival III
      New York Beauties: The Exhibit
      Passing it On: Free knit and crochet lessons
      The New World Tapestry
      I Love Needlwork Fair
      Fabric Reproductions will Tie Quilters to Their Ancestors
      Silver Threads Promotes Health Through Quilting
      Books Noted
    • MARKETPLACE

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Page Count: 96
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Shisha Embroidery- the Mirror Work of Gujarat(India)
            by Lynda Lynton
    • PATTERN:
      Shisha Ornaments to Stitch
            designed by Susan Haynes Opdahl
    • HISTORY:
      Scraps of Silk, Bags of Whimsy: Japanese Chirimen Bags
            by Jacqueline Ruyak
    • PATTERN:
      Chirimen Bags to Sew
            designed by Jacqueline Ruyak
    • HISTORY:
      In the Land of Sun and Sea- Molas and Their Makers
            by Willow Ann Soltow
    • PATTERN:
      Mola Sewing Kit to Stitch
            designed by Jane Fournier, Willow Ann Soltow
    • HISTORY:
      Gift of Bulgarian Stockings
            by Priscilla A Gibson-Roberts
    • PATTERN:
      Bulgarian Sampler Pouch and Socks to Knit
            designed by Priscilla A Gibson-Roberts
    • HISTORY:
      Sweetgrass Basketry- A Cultural Tradition Struggling for Survival
            by Jacqueline Tobin
    • PROFILE:
      Melvin Losh: Reviving a Tradition(Ojibwe Quillwork)
            by Monica Lundquist
    • PROFILE:
      The Ojibwe- brief introduction to the woodland tribe
            by Mary Jo Meade
    • PATTERN:
      A Birch-Bark Bracelet to Quill
            designed by Jane Fournier
    • PROFILE:
      The Needle Must Dance: Madeleine Colaco's Brilliant Tapestries
            by Kathi Wheater
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Cloth and the Universe
            by Veronica Patterson
    • PATTERNS(tracing motifs through time):
      Intricacies of Celtic Knotwork
            by Galer Britton Barnes
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      Peabody Essex Museum
      From the Land of the Thunder Dragon: Textile Arts of Bhutan
            by Linda Lynton
    • A STITCH:
      First You Catch a Carp...
            by Linda Ligon
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)-
      Blue and White(store)
      Computer Designs Meld Math and Navajo Tradition
      Textiles in Motion: The Dynamics of Composition
      Alliance for American Quilts Seeks Guild Support
      Books Noted
    • MARKETPLACE

1995: 6 ISSUES

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Page Count: 96
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Traditional Silk Braids of Japan(armor to obijime)
            by Masako Kinoshita
    • PATTERN:
      Japanese Silk Braids to make
            designed by Masako Knoshita
    • HISTORY:
      Peruvian Maquitos: Colorful Sleeves Knit Traditions Together
            by Carol Rasmussen Noble
    • PATTERN:
      Colorful Maquitos to Knit
            designed by Priscilla A Gibson-Roberts
    • CULTURAL LEGACY:
      A New Eloquence: Northwest Coast Indians' Button Blankets
            by Janet Catherine Berlo
    • HISTORY:
      Trapunto: A Gift of Light and Shadow
            by Martha Baker
    • PATTERN:
      Trapunto Tea Cozy to Quilt
            designed by Marilyn Robinson
    • HISTORY:
      A History of Costume in Miniature: Betty Kingsbury's Figurines(dolls)
            by Ruth Flanders
    • POEM:
      The Very Stuff(Ode to the DMC Color Palette)
            by Stephen Beal
    • HISTORY:
      Concernynge the Excellency of the Nedle Worcke Spanisshe Stitche(travelling double running stitch)
            by Kathleen Epstein
    • PATTERN:
      Spanish Stitch Table Linens to Embroider
            designed by Kathleen Epstein
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Clothed In Possibility
            by Veronica Patterson
    • PATTERNS(tracing motifs through time):
      The Ladies' Art Company
            by Martha Baker
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      Portsmouth D-Day Museum The Overlord Embroidery
            by Sue Lenthe
    • A STITCH:
      Idiot Work
            by Linda Ligon
    • WORDSPINNING(letters,journals,literature):
      Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All
            by Allan Gurganus
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)-
      Burmese Crafts Lecture at the Asian Institute
      Mexican Jenny's Quilt
      American Quilt Study Group: In the Company of Quilt Historians
      Antick Virgins and Stale Maids
      One Earth, One People: Cultural Exchange Joings and American and Japanese Quilters
      French Patchwork Reference Delights Quilt Researcher
      Prison Escapee Plies His Craft
      Memories
      Dating with Burlap
      Fairy Quilt
      Thimbles
      Early Rug Kits
      Creelaghs
      Books Noted
    • MARKETPLACE

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Page Count: 96
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Bands of Time: The History of Silk-Ribbon Embroidery
            by Judith Baker Montaño
    • PATTERN:
      A Ribbon-embroidered Frame to Make
            designed by Judith Baker Montaño
    • HISTORY:
      The Flowers of Poverty: Ayrshire Whitework
            by Lydian Green
    • PATTERN:
      Ayrshire Flower to Embroider
            designed by Suzanne Cowden Shearman
    • HISTORY:
      Needle Tatting: An Almost Hidden Art
            by Barbara Foster
    • TUTORIAL:
      Learning to Needle-Tat
            by Jane Fournier
    • PATTERN:
      Needle-Tatted Lace Edging and Corner to Make
            designed by Barbara Foster, Leisa ReFalo
    • HISTORY:
      Knitted Carpet Masterpieces of the Holy Roman Empire
            by Janet Johnson Stephens
    • TUTORIAL:
      Peg-Frame Knitting: Experimenting with Historical Techniques
            by Jane Fournier
    • HISTORY:
      Reflections on Nineteenth-Century Embroidery
            by Maria Carmignani, translated by Laura Dini
    • PATTERN:
      Berlin-Work Slippers to Stitch
            design based on 19th-Century Chart
    • HISTORY:
      Something To Hang: Textile Art of the Baker Lake Inuit
            by Susan Lightstone
    • HISTORY:
      The Baker Lake Story
            by Marie Bouchard
    • PROFILE:
      In Search of Inuit Textiles
            by Candy Meacham
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Left Over Right, Under and Up
            by Veronica Patterson
    • LEGACY(Identifying keepsakes):
      The Florian Pinker
            by Grace Jenkins Goss
    • LINEN CLOSET(Caring for fine handwork):
      Blocking Antique Needlepoint
            by Maury L Bynum
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      Victoria and Albert Museum
            by Galer Britton Barnes
    • A STITCH:
      A Raft of Troubles
            by Harriet Clark
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)-
      Threads of the Land
      All That Glory Stuff
      Hearts and Hands Project
      Native American Art from Oklahoma
      Embroidery Most Popular Needlecraft
      Books Noted
    • MARKETPLACE

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Page Count: 96
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Endurance and Invention: The Seminole and their Patchwork
            by Dorothy Downs, Beverly Ruth
    • PATTERN:
      Seminole Patchwork Vest to Sew
            designed by Lassie Wittman
    • HISTORY:
      Cobwebs From the Steppes: Russian Lace-Knitted Shawls
            by Melanie Falick
    • CONTEMPORARY HISTORY:
      The (Orengurg)Knitting Goes On
            by Ingrid Bengis
    • PROFILE:
      Olga Alexandrovna Fedorova
    • PATTERN:
      Russian Lace Scarf to Knit
            designed by Dixie Falls, Jane Fournier
    • HISTORY:
      The (lace)Stamps that Celebrate Lace Making
            by Mary McPeek
    • HISTORY:
      Bamboo, Pine, Serenity: the Liing Tradition of Japanese Embroidery
            by Frances A Kenneley
    • CONTEMPORARY HISTORY:
      Kurenai-Kai in Japan,
      Japan to Georgia: The Ten-Phase Apprenticeship Program
            by Shay Pendray
    • PATTERN:
      Japanese-Embroidered Tie to Stitch
            designed by Shay Pendray
    • PROFILE:
      Maia Gilmore and the Nearly Lost Art of Swedish Näversöm
            by Gretchen Finley
    • PATTERN:
      A Näversöm Centerpiece to Embroider
            designed by Maia Gilmore
    • PROFILE:
      Sister Mary Hiltrudis: At the Helm of Ecclesiastical Arts
            by Martha Baker
    • PROFILE:
      Billy Monday: Lace Maker, His Life Story
            by Clara Wells
    • PATTERN:
      A Doily to Crochet
            designed by Sylvia Landman
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      A Place to Put Things
            by Veronica Patterson
    • LEGACY(Identifying Keepsakes):
      Knitting Frames
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum
            by Sue Lenthe
    • A STITCH:
      Linguistic Counterparts
            by Linda Ligon
    • SUCH GOOD FRIENDS(Dolls worth knowing):
      The Polly Heckewelder Doll
            by Jacqueline Ruyak
    • WORDSPINNING(letters,journals,literature):
      What Grandma Taught(Poem)
            by Josephine L Ingham
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)-
      Victorian Vernacular: The American Show Quilt
      Map Quilt
      Precious Pets: To Comfort and Aid
      Playing with a Full Deck
      Quiltin' at the Creek
      Crochet Guild of America Conference
      Dream Machine
      Ancient Peruvian Needlework
      Books Noted
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Page Count: 96
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Yarn as a Lifeline(Balkan refugee camps)
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • PROFILE:
      Peter Hagerty & Peace Fleece
    • HISTORY:
      The Waiting Working Women of Nantucket Island
            by Elisabeth Shure
    • STORY:
      The Nantucket Tree(Sally Stubbs sampler)
            by Elisabeth Shure
    • PATTERN:
      A Pinkeep to Embroider
            designed by Elisabeth Shure
    • HISTORY:
      Husbands Came First and Then We Knitted For the Red Cross(WWII)
            by Robin Hansen
    • HISTORY:
      Needle in, Wool Round, Needle Out- Readers remember knitting in times of war
            by Sue Lenthe
    • PATTERN:
      Washcloth to Knit and Crochet
            Reprint of Old Pattern
    • PROFILE:
      Don't Give Up the Flags-
      Amelia Bold Fowler, Katherine Fowler Richey Preserve Historic Flags
            by Sue Lenthe
    • HISTORY:
      Making a Case for the Abolitionist Quilt(1840s)
            by Rucky Clark
    • HISTORY:
      1933 World's Fair Quilt Contest
            by Merikay Waldvogel, Barbara Brackman
    • PATTERN:
      A Baby's Bib to Quilt(piecing,applique)
            designed by Trish Faubion, Jane Fournier
    • HISTORY:
      Wartime Story in an Embroidered Purse
            by Judith MacKenzie
    • PROFILE:
      Writing Her Life in Thread- Machine-Embroidery of Pearl Allen
            by Jude Daurelle
    • PATTERN:
      Pearl's Tatted Cluny Lace
            designed by Allison Addicks
    • PATTERN:
      Recipe Potholder to Machine Embroider
            designed by Susan Haynes Opdahl
    • POEM:
      The Hosiery
            Unattributed from Gertrude Whiting's "Old-Time Tools & Toys of Needlework"
    • POEM:
      My Job
            by Author Unknown
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      An Eye for Textiles
            by Veronica Patterson
    • LEGACY(Identifying Keepsakes):
      Darners
    • PATTERNS(tracing motifs through time):
      Mourning and Quilts: The AIDS Memorial Quilt
            by Coleman Cornelius
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      Lit from Within: Amish Quilts of Lancaster County
            by Frances A Kenneley
    • A STITCH:
      The Needle's Eye
            by Linda Ligon
    • WORDSPINNING(letters,journals,literature):
      A Tale of Two Cities
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)-
      Preserving (flour)Sacks and Memories
      Cathedral Stitchery Becomes an Ecumenical Effort
      The Hero is a Knitter(Gromit)
      The LoveQuilt Connection
      From (American Thread)Mill to (Windham Textile & Historic)Museum
      Hats On!
      A Tribute to John Ruskin
      Books Noted
    • MARKETPLACE

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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Flower Blossom, Powder Puff, Bonbon, Yo-Yo: the Roots Run Deep
            by Virginia Gunn
    • HISTORY:
      Striking Tapestry Crochet of Guatemala-
      Mayan men of highland Quatemala crochet shoulder bags
            by Carol Norton Ventura
    • PATTERN:
      A Purse to Tapestry-Crochet
            designed by Carol Norton Ventura
    • HISTORY:
      Jacobean Embroidery: Stitching Together East and West
            by Margaret Horton
    • CONTEMPORARY:
      Stitching Together Old World and New
            by Deborah Cannarella
    • PATTERN:
      A Jacobean Motif to Embroider
            designed by Donna Friebertshauser
    • HISTORY:
      A Tale of Scottish Kilt Hose
            by Galer Britton Barnes
    • PATTERN:
      Borreraig Park Kilt Hose to Knit
            designed by Audrey Manwaring-Spencer
    • TRIMMINGS:
      A Sampling of Old Patterns-
      Tatted Edgings, Bead Embroidery on Canvas, Designs for Filet Crochet and Cross-stitch(peacock,stork, elephant, frog, bunny, lion)
    • PROFILE:
      Sara Hadley and Royal Battenberg Lace
            by Jane Viking Swanson
    • PATTERN:
      Battenberg Lace Collar to Stitch
            designed by Jane Viking Swanson
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Widening the Circle of Friends
            by Veronica Patterson
    • PATTERNS(tracing motifs through time):
      Will the Real Kensington Stitch Please Stand Up?
            by Margaret W Jenkel
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      The Ukrainian Museum
            by Mary B Kelly
    • A STITCH:
      And Call It Macaroni
            by Linda Ligon
    • WORDSPINNING(letters,journals,literature):
      How to Make an American Quilt
            by Whitney Otto
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)-
      Lieve Jerger's Bobbin Lace in Copper Wire
      Preserving a Threatened Culture in Guatemala
      The Nature's Dyes Forum
      Sash with a Thousand Stitches(Japanese-Amercian)
      Mysterious Voids at the Heart of Historic Textiles: a Search for Meaning" on display at The Textile Museum, Washington, DC
      Books Noted
    • MARKETPLACE

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Page Count: 80
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  • FEATURES
    • PROFILE:
      Pólya Zsuzsa(now Susi Lanyi): Hungarian Embroiderer
            by Ricky Clark
    • HISTORY:
      Messages in Mittens: Story of a Latvian Knitter(Irma Ciganovich)
            by Sandra Messinger De Master
    • PATTERN:
      Irma's Christmas Stocking to Knit
            by Mary Germain
    • HISTORY:
      Kalagas: The Golden Tapestries of Burma(Myanmar)
            by Sara Drower
    • PATTERN:
      Sequined Horse Ornament to Embroider
            designed by Marie Risbeck
    • HISTORY:
      Unraveling Poetry Mittens
            by Veronica Patterson
    • PATTERN:
      Poetry Mittens to Knit
            designed by Veronica Patterson, Jane Fournier
    • HISTORY:
      Arpilleras: Pictures from the Land of the Sun
            by Willow Ann Sirch
    • PATTERN:
      A Garden Pin to Applique
            designed by Willow Ann Sirch
    • HISTORY:
      Norwegian Hardanger: Tradition and Transformation
            by Nancy Nehring
    • PATTERN:
      Hardanger Motif to Stitch
            designed by Mary Ann Geiger
    • TRIMMINGS(sampling old patterns):
      Crocheted Squares for a Bedspread,
      Six-Petal Flower(crochet)
            by Lis Paludan
      Crown Tassel and Cord
            by Clark's ONT Design for Tasses, Cords and Fringes, Book No. 21(1924)
      Doll-Sized Tatted Edgings
            from Tatting Designs with Instructions, Book No. Five, by Adeline Cordet(Valley Supply Co.,1916)
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      A Small Hair Piece
            by Veronica Patterson
    • LINEN CLOSET(Caring for fine Handwork):
      Wet-Cleaning Antique Lacework
            by Amy Z Rowland
    • A STITCH:
      Where Does She Get Her Clothes?
            by Harriet Clark
    • SUCH GOOD FRIENDS(Dolls worth knowing):
      My Name is Rosie May
            by Helen D Holmes
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)-
      Exhibition Showcases Norwegian Textiles
      Quilting Myself
      A Macrame Tale
      Celebration of Mediterranean Embroidery in Jerusalem
      It's Official: Sewing Relieves Stress
      Old Story, New Ending
      The Art (or Not) of Quilting
      Books Noted
    • MARKETPLACE

1996: 6 ISSUES

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Page Count: 80
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      A Kaleidoscope of Cloth- NGO Forum in China
            by Mary Frost Steen
    • HISTORY:
      Old Swedish Quilts,
      Anna Boëthius's Patchwork Quilt
            by Asa Wettre
    • STORY:
      The Quilt
            by Sigge Stark
    • HISTORY:
      Two-Color Knitting of Norway,
      West Country Wool
            by Nancy Bush
    • PATTERN:
      Norwegian Gloves to Knit
            designed by Nancy Bush
    • HISTORY:
      Kindling the Flames- Bargello's History,
      Bargello at Winterthur Museum
            by Hollis Greer Minor
    • PATTERN:
      Bargello Brick Cover to Stitch
            designed by Hollis Greer Minor
    • HISTORY:
      Oomingmak: Knitting Vision into Reality(Yupik families, Alaska)
            by Janet Catherine Berlo
    • PATTERN:
      Qiviut Cap to Knit
            designed by Wendy Chambers
    • HISTORY:
      "So Much More Comfort Than Luxury": The Queen's Jeweled Tatting(Queen Elizabeth of Romania(Carmen Sylva))
            by Lisa Trumble
    • PATTERN:
      Beaded Scarf Edging to Tat
            designed by Lisa Trumble
    • HISTORY:
      Glasgow Girls: Story of Jessie Newberry and Ann MacBeth
            by Lydian Green
    • TRIMMINGS(sampling old patterns):
      Ribbon Embroidery
            from the Dictionary of Needlework: An Encyclopedia of Artistic, Plain, and Fancy Needlework, by SFA Caulfield, Blanche C Saward(1887)
      Knitted Lace(Fluted Design with Eyelets) Edging
            by Mrs Mae Young
      Beaded Ropes(crochet)
            from The Priscilla Bead Work Book, by Belle Robinson(1912),
            Old and New Designs in Beadwork, by Sophie T La Croix(1924)

      Czechoslovakian Embroidery
            given to Dr Louis J Gogela's mother
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      To a New World
            by Veronica Patterson
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      Cleveland Museum of Art: Greek Island Embroideries
            by Frances A Kenneley
    • A STITCH:
      My Patience Quotient
            by Linda Ligon
    • WORDSPINNING(letters,journals,literature):
      Forgiveness(Poem)
            by Susan Terris
      Handwork(Poem)
            by Kathleen Principe
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)-
      Quilt Restoration Society Celebrates Ancient Skills
      Lace Artisans of India Crochet for a Better Life
      Aid to Artisans(ATA) is Twenty
      Rocky Mountain Rendezvous
      Clotilde Wins Golden Needle Award
      Books Noted
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Page Count: 80
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      The Murder Quilt(1915)
            by Gayle Neyman
    • PATTERN:
      Making a Crazy Quilt Block
            designed by Jane Fournier
    • HISTORY:
      Remember Me When Far Away: Victorian Hairwork(mourning and remembering)
            by Ruth Gordon
    • HISTORY:
      Needlework Mourning Pictures: More Than a Tribute To the Dead
            by Susan Deaver Olberding
    • HISTORY:
      The Blue-and-White Embroidery of Western China
            by Sue Lenthe
    • PATTERN:
      Chinese Blue-and-White Motifs to Embroider
            designed by Marie Risbeck
    • PROFILE:
      "Onward! Not So Small": Emma Jacobsson and Bohus Knitting
            by Wendy Keele
    • PATTERN:
      A Bohus Sweater to Knit
            designed by Kerstin Olsson, Wendy Keele
    • TRIMMINGS(sampling old patterns):
      Tatted Edging No. 524
            from Tatting Designs with Instructions, Book No. 5, by Adeline Cordet(1916)
      Crocheted Cover for Pincushions
            by MSE(Modern Priscilla, Nov. 1900)
      Silk Embroidered Rose
            from Ladies Fancywork Magazine(Jul/Aug/Sept 1904)
      Hair Braiding
            by Mark Campbell
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Trouble with Whirlaway
            by Veronica Patterson
    • LEGACY(Identifying Keepsakes):
      Dressed Prints(Godey's Lady's Book, Peterson's)
            by Francine Kirsch
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      A Collection of Collections: The Shelburne Museum
            by Sue Lenthe
    • A STITCH:
      A Quilt of Childhood
            by Betsy Hall Hutchinson
    • WORDSPINNING(letters,journals,literature):
      Trifles(one-act play,Susan Glaspell)
            by Susan Glaspell
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)-
      Warm up America(again)! Benefits the Red Cross
      Quilt Alliance Meets to Plan Center for the Quilt
      Quilts, Inc., Offers Tours
      Marketing Molas for a Better Life
      Quilters Help Celebrate the United Nations' Anniversary
      The Love of Beauty
      Display Features Judaic Textiles
      A Stitch Takes Time...
      She Didn't Know What She Had
      Books Noted
    • MARKETPLACE

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Page Count: 80
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Knitted Cotton Coverlets
            by Veronica Patterson
    • PATTERN:
      Cotton Coverlet Squares and Edging to Knit
            by Mary Walker Phillips
    • HISTORY:
      Waste Not, Want Not: Sock-Top Quilts
            by Doris Lyons Hoover
    • PATTERN:
      Red-Heel Sock Monkey and Hobby Horse
    • HISTORY:
      Hooray America: Embroidered Flour Sacks
            by Heather J Urquhart
    • PATTERN:
      Flour-sack Towels to Embroider
            by Jane Fournier
    • HISTORY:
      Stump-work: Small Worlds of Sculptural Embroidery(17th-century England)
            by Hollis Greer Minor
    • PATTERN:
      A Stumpwork Butterfly to Stitch
            by Hollis Greer Minor
    • HISTORY:
      Sash of the Voyageur
            by Jessie Clemans
    • PATTERN:
      Finger-Woven Book Marks
            by Jane Fournier
    • PROFILE:
      Dorothy Burnham: Seeking the Essence of the Thing
            by Susan Lightstone
    • TRIMMINGS(sampling old patterns):
      Pearl Allen's Tatted Butterfly
            by Jaquie Teal
      Butterfly Corner in Filet Crochet
            by Carol Cox
      Small Tatted Butterfly for Applique on Net
            adapted from The Priscilla Tatting Book No. 2(1915)
      Crocheted Butterfly Motif
            by Anna Wuerfel Brown(The Modern Priscilla, July, 1911)
  • TECHNIQUES
    • Achieving Stumpwork's Three-Dimensional Effects
            by Hollis Greer Minor
    • Finger-weaving the Voyageurs' Sash
            by Jane Fournier
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Come Saturday Morning
            by Veronica Patterson
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      Canadian Museum of Civilization
            by Susan Lightstone
    • A STITCH:
      A Friendship Bracelet
            by Linda Ligon
    • TEXTILES IN THE WORLD:
      Far Village- Miao, Buyi, Gejia, Bai Tribes(Southwest China)
            by Hanah Exley
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE

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Page Count: 80
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Needle-Knotted Miniature Laces(Bebilla and Oya)
            by Kax Wilson
    • PATTERN:
      Needle-Lace Bebilla and Edging to Make
            by Gretchen Allgeier
    • HISTORY:
      Lace and the Midnight Sun(Iceland)
            by Carol Rasmussen Noble
    • PATTERN:
      Icelandic Lace Shawl to Knit
            by Carol Rasmussen Noble
    • HISTORY:
      Net Making in Vinalhaven, Maine
            by Jacqueline Davidson
    • PATTERN:
      A Tote Bag to Net
            by Barbara M Morton
    • HISTORY:
      Tahitian Quilts
            by Jean Marshall
    • PATTERN:
      Tifaifai-Style Table Runner to Applique
            by Jane Fournier, Trish Faubion
    • HISTORY:
      The American Quilt Study Group
            by Sue Lenthe
    • HISTORY:
      AQSG's Quiltmaking in America: Beyond the Myths
            by Sue Lenthe
    • TRIMMINGS(sampling old patterns):
      Rick Rack and Tatting
            from Nufashond Rick Rack Book
      Simple But Attractive Crocheted Border,
      Star Design(crochet)
            by Mrs WT Hayworth(Needlecraft Magazine, July 1916)
      Crocheted Edging V
            from Nufashond Rick Rack Book
      Needlepoint Horseshoe
            by Mrs WM Burrow(Needlecraft Magazine, July 1916)
  • TECHNIQUES
    • Working the Needle-Lace Knot
    • Knotted Netting
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Of Shoes and Shores
            by Veronica Patterson
    • LEGACY(Identifying Keepsakes):
      Coronation Cord
            by Shirley McElderry
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      The Museum of London
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • A STITCH:
      My Grandmother's Thimble
            by Linda Ligon
    • TEXTILES IN THE WORLD:
      Pueblo to People
            by Bobbie Irwin
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE

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  • FEATURES
    • COMING TO AMERICA: THE STORIES:
      Ellis Island: Isle of Hope, Isle of Tears
            Nell Znamierowski
      Theresa A Thomas
      Mimi Vang Olsen Lousia Hayter Gordon
      Jeanne D'Arc Chenard
      Alba Stramesi Fiorentino
      Juan Loren Zerimar
      Anna Popkin
      Betty Berger Taubman
      Gisela Evitt
      Ingrid Mumma, Valerie Cedergren
    • TRIMMINGS(sampling old patterns):
      Five-Petaled Rosette,
      Three-Petaled Rosette,
      Small Eight-Petalled Rosette
      Three-Part Leaf
      Small Oval Leaf
      Shamrock
      Ground
      Scallop and Picot Edging
      Triple Scallop Edging
            from Irish Crochet Lace(DMC), and Designs and Instructions for Irish Crochet Lace(T Buettner & Co)
  • THINGS TO MAKE
    From the Trunk- Projects Inspired by What They Brought
    • Embroidered Velvet Vest
            by Marsha Michler
    • Knitted and Crocheted Socks
            by Dixie Falls
    • Crocheted Beaded Purse
            by Jane Fournier
    • Intricate Cross-stitch Monograms
            by Jane Fournier
    • Bead Embroidered Scarf
            by Jane Fournier
    • Delicate Hairpin Crochet Rosettes
            by Sylvia Landman
    • Drawnwork and Eyelet Patterns
            by Susan Cowden Shearman
    • Filet Net Darning
            by Jacqueline Cadovius
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      The Way to Ellis Island(poem by George Perec)
            by Veronica Patterson
    • PATTERNS(tracing motifs through time):
      Welcome to America
            by Carol Hamoy
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      Ellis Island Immigration Museum
    • A STITCH:
      Julia's Feathers
            by Janet Carija Brandt
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE

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Page Count: 80
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Fancy Dress for Hands-
      The Rosesaum Mittens of Norway
            by Veronica Patterson
    • PATTERN:
      Rosesaum Mittens to Knit and Embroider
            by Nancy Bush, Jane Fournier
    • HISTORY:
      The Colorful Tracery of Cathedral Window Quilts*
            by Veronica Patterson
    • PATTERN:
      Cathedral Window Trivet to Make
            by Trish Faubion
    • HISTORY:
      Embroidered Chinese Purses of the Qing Era
            by Sue Lenthe
    • PATTERN:
      Chinese Purse to Embroider
            by Marie Risbeck
    • HISTORY:
      Name Ribbons of Marken, Netherlands
            by Elly Smith
    • PATTERN:
      Name-Ribbon Bands to Cross-stitch
            by Elly Smith
    • HISTORY:
      The Ingenious Miser's Purse
            by Gwen Blakley Kinsler
    • PATTERN:
      A Beaded Miser's Purse to Crochet
            by Florence Home Needle-Work
    • HISTORY:
      A Dress For Two Worlds-
      The Story of Eliza Lucas Pinckney
            by Mary Frost Steen
    • HISTORY:
      Hooked Mats of the Grenfell Mission(Labrador and Newfoundland)
            by Paula Laverty
    • TRIMMINGS(sampling old patterns):
      Tatted Star
            by Mrs AS Schroeder(Needlecraft Magazine, Nov 1917)
      (Tatted)Medallion Snowflake,
      Two (tatted)Medallions
            from The Priscilla Tatting Book No. 2(1915)
      (crochet)Star-Wheel
            from The Delineator, Aug. 1893
      Crocheted Star
            from The Delineator, July 1893
      Picot Snowflake(crochet),
      Shell Star(crochet)
            from Needlecraft Magazine, Nov. 1923
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      On Second Thought
            by Veronica Patterson
    • A STITCH:
      On the Button
            by Linda Ligon
    • SUCH GOOD FRIENDS(Dolls worth knowing):
      Meet Some Special Holiday Dolls-
      Minding Eleanor
            by Evelyn Lopes
      Sabina
            by Jude Daurelle
      Santa and Rosie
            by Carolyn Cecelia Davis
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE

1997: 6 ISSUES

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Page Count: 80
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Castle to Cottage-
      the Story of Slovakian Cutwork
            by Joe Armata
    • PATTERN:
      Slovakian Cutwork Cloth to Embroider
            by Joe Armata
    • HISTORY:
      Broderie Perse Quilts-
      Where Beauty and Ingenuity Meet
            by Sue Lenthe
    • PATTERN:
      Broderie Perse Technique
            by Bonnie Kaster, Trish Faubion
    • PROFILE:
      Christine Duchrow and Art Pattern Knitting
            by Charlene Tompkins Schurch
    • PATTERN:
      A Lace Centerpiece to Knit
            by Charlene Tompkins Schurch
    • HISTORY:
      Bead Weaving- A Personal Reflection
            by Lydian Green
    • PATTERN:
      Beaded Amulet Bag to Weave
            by R Mercedes Lindenoak
    • HISTORY:
      Lace-Edged(crochet) Pillowcases in Pioneer Utah
            by Jude Daurelle
    • PATTERN:
      Embellished Pillowcases to Make(crochet)
            by Jane Fournier
    • PROFILE:
      Philena Moxley's Wooden Stamps-
      A Massachusetts Entrepreneur Leaves Her Mark
            by Sue Lenthe
    • HISTORY:
      Lost and Found-
      The Ancient Art of Tsujigahana(Itchiku kimono)
            by Beth Wheeler
    • TRIMMINGS(sampling old patterns):
      (knit)Oak-Leaf Edging
            from Knitting and Crochet, an Ill. Manual of Home Industry...(1883)
      (knit)Rule 58 Lace Edging
            from Florence Home Needle-work(Nonotuck Silk Co,1887)
      (knit)Lace Mod. 8
            from Knitting IIIrd Series(Dollfus-Mieg & Cie, Societe)
      Knitted Lace
            from The Delineator(April 1894)
      Wide Edging No. 1
            from Needlecraft Magazine(1920s)
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      And the Story Endures
            by Veronica Patterson
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      The Textile Museum, Washington DC
            by Melanie Falick
    • A STITCH:
      Remembering Jacqueline Enthoven
            by Linda Ligon
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE

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March/April 1997: Vol. 5, Issue #2
Page Count: 80
Notes: Deborah Cannarella takes over the editorial reins; A new book service(Sage Books) was introduced, and "Pearl Allen's Tatted Butterfly" by Jacquie Teal was reprinted as a premium on the last page of the catalog that came with this issue...

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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Take Joy! Tasha Tudor's Costume Collection
            by Beth Wheeler
    • HISTORY:
      Amish Schuhbutzer-
      Rugs and Remnants of the Past
            by Ricky Clark
    • TECHNIQUE:
      Rag Rug Stitching and Assembly Techniques
    • HISTORY:
      A Glimpse of Color-
      Amish Wedding Stockings of the 19th Century
            by Galer Britton Barnes
    • PATTERN:
      Amish Stockings and Socks to Knit
            by Nancy Bush
    • HISTORY:
      The Quilting Scraps and Stories of Erlinda Gonzales
            by Aurelia C Scott
    • HISTORY:
      Flowers Under Foot-
      Simple, Sensible Scrap Rugs of the Depression Era
            by Sheila Seifert
    • PATTERN:
      Flower Rug to Make
            by Sheila Seifert
    • PATTERN:
      "Scrap-Bag Rugs"
            from The Ladies' Home Journal, Oct. 1921
    • HISTORY:
      Playful, Practical Potholders(crochet)
            by Susan Strawn
    • PATTERN:
      Pot Holders to Crochet
    • HISTORY:
      Making Do: Memories of Mending
            by Kax Wilson
    • TECHNIQUE:
      Seven Darning and Patching Techniques
    • PROFILES:
      Reweavers-
      A Rare and Endangered, but Essential, Breed-
      Vera Krstich, Cora Wetter
            by Helen Hart
    • TECHNIQUE:
      Reweavers' Repairs
    • HISTORY:
      Scraps by Mail-
      Quilter's Remnant Bundles from the 1930s
            by Shirley McElderry
    • PATTERN:
      Patchwork Dog to Make
            by Susan Opdahl
    • TRIMMINGS(sampling old patterns):
      Cross-stitch Motifs
            from Star Needlework Journal, Vol. 6, No. 3(1921)
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      The Maker's Way
            by Deborah Cannarella
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      Colonial Williamsburg
            by Mary Jo Meade
    • A STITCH:
      We Sew
            by Linda Ligon
    • WORDSPINNING(letters,journals,literature):
      Plain and Simple(excerpt)
            by Sue Bender
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)-
      Coming Out of the Closet
            by Gloria Gibbs Marullod
    • MARKETPLACE

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Page Count: 80
Notes: There's a death notice in this issue for Angeline Crichlow and Harriet Clark;

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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Mexican Embroidery Samplers-
      Stitching Together Four Centuries, Three Traditions
            by Kathy Epstein
    • PATTERN:
      Embroidered Mexican Sampler to Stitch
            by Jane Fournier
    • HISTORY:
      Knitting Lace-
      3 Patterns from a 19th-century Sampler
            by Susanna E Lewis
    • PATTERN:
      (3)Lace Patterns to Knit
    • HISTORY:
      (cross-stitch)Samplers of Portsmouth, New Hampshire
            by John F LaBranche
    • PATTERN:
      Bookmarks to Cross-stitch
            adapted by Trish Faubion, Jane Fournier
    • HISTORY:
      A Sampling of Sampler Quilts-
      1840's Genesis of multi-patterned block-style samplers
            by Robert Shaw
    • PATTERN:
      Block-style Crib Quilt to Make
            by Trish Faubion
    • HISTORY:
      Prized Practice Pieces-
      Dutch and English Darning Samplers
            by Joyce Hanes
    • HISTORY:
      Very Special Editions-
      Crochet Sample Books
            by Sue Lenthe
    • PATTERN:
      A Crocheted Medallion
            from Gustafson Gallery collection, Colorado State U.
    • HISTORY:
      Stealing With Her Eyes-
      Memories of Anna Rasmus Holsten
            by Florence Holsten Grimm
    • PATTERN:
      Curtain Edging to Crochet
            by Anna Margaretha Rasmus
    • HISTORY:
      Moravian Samplers
            from Moravian schools, Lititz, Penn., and Salem, NC
    • HISTORY:
      Schoolgirls' Samplers from Linden Hall
            by Patricia T Herr
    • HISTORY:
      Samplers from the Moravian Girls' School of Salem
            by Laura McGee
    • PATTERN:
      Moravian Sampler Motifs to Stitch
            by Gloria Buchanan
    • HISTORY:
      Patterns Between Pages-
      Miss (Eugenia)Pruden's (knit)Lace Diary
            by Janet Johnson Stephens
    • PATTERN:
      Mrs Hasting's Fan Edge(knit)
            from Eugenia Pruden's Diary
    • CORRECTION:
      A Lace Centerpiece to Knit
            Jan/Feb. 1997
    • TRIMMINGS(sampling old patterns):
      Flowing Cursive Alphabet(cross-stitch)
            adapted from sampler by Mary J Henzell(1883)
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      To Sample
            by Deborah Cannarella
    • A STITCH:
      Sleuthing for Samplers
            by Elisabeth Haggerty
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE

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Page Count: 80
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Ribbons All the Rage
            by Madelyn Shaw
    • PATTERNS:
      Treasures From the Attic: A 1920s Hat-
      Silk-Flower Summer Bonnet to Make,
      Scented Silk Ribbon Sachets to Make
            by Candace King
    • HISTORY:
      The Pearly Kings and Queens of London-
      Costuming covered entirely in pearl buttons
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • HISTORY:
      Patterned Kuba Cloth of Zaire(Africa)
            by Elisabeth L Cameron, Ann Svenson Perlman
    • HISTORY:
      Models in the Mind:
      African Influences on American Quilts
    • HISTORY:
      Southern Quilt Traditions in New York City
            by Seàn Galvin
    • HISTORY:
      Irish Crochet Lace of Clones(Clones Lace Guild)
            by Galer Britton Barnes
    • PATTERN:
      Handkerchief Edging and Wild Rose Corner to Crochet
            by Galer Britton Barnes, Maire Treanor
    • HISTORY:
      Stumpwork: What's In a Name?
            by Kathy Epstein
    • PATTERN:
      Stumpwork Flower to Make
            by Sharon Coben
    • HISTORY:
      A Designer's Notebook: Vintage Inspiration for Beaded Knitting
            by Deborah Newton
    • HISTORY:
      Charm Quilts,
      Two Makers and Their Quilts- Mary Alley Worth, Jennie Laura Forvor Neville
            by Pat L Nickols
    • PATTERN:
      Miniature Charm Quilt to Stitch
            by Pat L Nickols
    • TRIMMINGS(sampling old patterns):
      (9) Ribbon Flowers
            from The Art and Craft of Ribbonwork, vol. I, No. II(Ribbon Art Publishing Co., 1920s)
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Skimming the Surfaces
            by Deborah Cannarella
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      The Folk Art Center, Asheville, N. Carolina
            by Lynda McDaniel
    • A STITCH:
      A Meandering Thread
            by Linda Ligon
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE

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Page Count: 80
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Knitting in the Amanas(Iowa)
            by Susan Strawn Bailey
    • HISTORY:
      Safe Return-
      Clues to Gotland(Sweden) Knitting Motifs in a Child's Novel
            by Catherine Dexter
    • PATTERN:
      Safe Return Mittens to Knit
            by Robin Hansen
    • HISTORY:
      Where the Tailor Got His Clothes-
      Beatrice Potter's The Tailor of Gloucester
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • HISTORY:
      Threads of (county)Clare Embroidery,
      Clare Embroidery Techniques
            by Galer Britton Barnes
    • PATTERN:
      Cornflower and Borders to Stitch(embroidery)
    • HISTORY:
      Treasures from the Attic-
      A 1930s Baby's Day Gown
            by Allyne Holland
    • PATTERN:
      Baby's Gown to Smock
            by Allyne Holland
    • HISTORY:
      The Story Book Quilts of Marion Cheever Whiteside Newton
            by Naida T Patterson
    • PATTERN:
      Jungle Book Banner to Make(applique)
    • HISTORY:
      Keeping the Faith on Tar Beach
            by Faith Ringgold
    • HISTORY:
      Lucy Jane's Letters Home-
      Working in the Mills of Harrisville, New Hampshire
            by Deborah L Youngs
    • HISTORY:
      Teaching Kids Kumihimo(Japanese)
            by Linda Kelso
    • PATTERN:
      Braided Bracelets to Make
            adapted from designs by Rodrick Owen
    • PROFILE:
      Baby Socks and Two Utah Pioneers- Phidelia and Tamsen(sisters)
            by Jude Daurelle
    • PATTERN:
      Tamsen Dame McBride's Baby Socks(knit)
            by Jude Daurelle
    • HISTORY:
      Chinese Tigers
            by Theresa M Reilly
    • CORRECTION:
      Stumpwork Flower Petal
            July/August 1997
    • PATTERN:
      "Samantha's Sampler"
            by Barbara Carlson, Stuhr Museum education dept.
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      "I don't remember much about my grandfather..."
            by Deborah Cannarella
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood, London, England
            by Deborah Pulliam, Galer Britton Barnes
    • A STITCH:
      "I'm almost four years old..."
            by Linda Ligon
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE

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Page Count: 80
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Schwalm Embroidery(West-Central Germany)
            by Donna Strader
    • PATTERN:
      Schwalm-Embroidered Guest Towel to Stitch
            by Donna Strader
    • HISTORY:
      Candlewicking
            by Yolanda Van der Krol
    • TUTORIAL:
      3 Candlewicking Techniques
    • PROFILE:
      The Love of Lace - Marian Powys
            by Elizabeth M Kurella
    • HISTORY:
      Padded, Stuffed, and Corded
            by Kathy Epstein
    • HISTORY:
      Treasures From the Attic-
      Whitework Bonnets
            by Elizabeth M Kurella
    • TUTORIAL:
      Tambour Embroidery
            by J Marsha Michler
    • PATTERN:
      Tambour-Stitched Scarf to make
            by J Marsha Michler
    • HISTORY:
      The Warner House Bedspread Project- Betsey Penhallow's 19th-century (knit)bedspread
            by Joyce Volk
    • PATTERN:
      Betsey Penhallow's Bedspread(knit)
            by Anne Gaffney, Teresa McAlhany
    • HISTORY:
      Feltwork with Flair- Traditional Hungarian Reverse Applique(cover)
            by Deborah Cannarella
    • PATTERN:
      Hungarian Felt Ornaments to make
            by Leve and Carole Karvazy
    • HISTORY:
      (16th,17th-century)Samplers Worked in White- Lacis, Reticella, Punto in Aria, openwork and whitework stitches
            by Margriet Hogue
    • PATTERN:
      Sampler Patterns to Stitch
            by Margriet Hogue
    • PROFILE:
      Jennie's(Jennie Clarissa Galer, Sherman) Whitework, Jennie's Ways
            by Galer Britton Barnes
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Provocations
            by Deborah Cannarella
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      The Poldi Pezzoli Museum, Milan, Italy
            by Galer Britton Barnes
    • A STITCH:
      "When my Great-aunt Laura died..."
            by Linda Ligon
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • CRAZY QUILT(events, news, and things)-
      In Praise of a Stitch
            by Dorothy G Fischer
    • MARKETPLACE

1998: 6 ISSUES

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Page Count: 80
Notes: There is a correction for the instructions of "Faroe Island Shawl" in the May/June 1998 issue...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Sequined Flags of Haiti
            by Susan Strawn Bailey
    • TUTORIAL:
      Stitching Sequins
    • HISTORY:
      A Tale of Two Champions- Elsie Wright, Mary Dwyer(Australia)
            by Frances A Kenneley
    • PATTERN:
      Shadow Embroidery to Stitch
            by J Marsha Michler
    • HISTORY:
      Textile Lover's Travels in Greece
            by Nell Znamierowski
    • HISTORY:
      Weavers of Leaves and Palm(Chamorro Traditions of Guam)-
      Elena Cruz Benavente
            by Christine Jackson
    • HISTORY:
      The Quilts of Wales
            by Martha Waterman
    • PATTERN:
      Traditional-Style Welsh Whole-Cloth Quilt to Make
            by Martha Waterman
    • PROFILE:
      Nothing by Halves-
            Quilt Maker Katy Lewis(Caerphilly, Wales)
    • HISTORY:
      Knitted Shawls of the Faroe Islands
            by Elsa Maria Bærentsen
    • PATTERN:
      Faroe Island Shawl to Knit
            by Elsa Maria Bærentsen
    • HISTORY:
      Knitting as Industry(Faroe Islands)
            by Bunnvør Bærentsen
    • PROFILE:
      Elsa Maria Bærentsen
            by Marilyn van Keppel
    • HISTORY:
      Kites(washi) of Japan
            by Tal Streeter
    • HOOKED MATS OF CANADA"S ATLANTIC PROVINCES:
      Nova Scotia
            by Scott Robson
      Newfoundland and Labrador
            by Cynthia Boyd
      Hooking Traditions Together
            by Deanne Fitzpatrick
      A Wool Hooked Rug to Make(pattern)
            by Deanne Fitzpatrick
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      The Mysterious Islands
            by Deborah Cannarella
    • A STITCH:
      Handkerchiefs
            by Linda Ligon
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE

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Page Count: 80
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  • FEATURES
    • PROFILE:
      Bands of Beauty:
      The Estonian Handwork of Rita Tubalkain
            by Ricky Clark
    • PATTERNS:
      Gifts of Knitting: Estonian Mittens, Gloves
            by Nancy Bush
    • PATTERN:
      Estonian Belt Pattern in Cross-stitch, Needlepoint or Knitting
            by Ricky Clark
    • PROFILE:
      Recollections of Mary Catherine Severance Winchester
            by Celia Y Oliver
    • PATTERN:
      Crazy Quilt Motif to Paint
            by Susan Strawn Bailey
    • HISTORY:
      A Fragment of Sicilian Cross-stitch
            by Vima deMarchi Micheli
    • PATTERN:
      Whimsical Figures from 17th-century fragment of Sicilian Cross-stitch Embroidery
            by Vima deMarchi Micheli
    • HISTORY:
      The Ladies Aid of Hope Lutheran Church(1940 Rhodes, Michigan)
      POEM: The Ladies Aid(Author Unknown)
            by Debra L Ballard
    • RICHES OF ROMANIA:
      A Melting Pot of Traditions
            by Kate kerr
      PROFILE: Meeting Lucia Todoran
            by Gay Ellis
      PATTERN: Romanian Beaded Motif to Stitch
            by Gay Ellis
      Romanian Motifs
            by Poppy Gall
      Romanian Point Lace
            by Sylvia Murariu
      PATTERN: Romanian Point Lace Centerpiece to Make
            by Sylvia Murariu
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Crazy, They Call Me
            by Deborah Cannarella
    • PATTERNS(tracing motifs through time):
      Messages in Thread
            by Sandra Scarpa
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      John C Campbell Folk School(Brasstown, N. Carolina)
            by Galer Britton Barnes
    • A STITCH:
      Sewing: The Next Generation
            by Barbara T Roessner
    • SUCH GOOD FRIENDS(Dolls worth knowing):
      The Travels of Columbia(owner Elizabeth Richards Horton)
            by Sue Lenthe
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE

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Page Count: 72
Notes: There's mention of a "Powys Society Newsletter"(Somerset, England) in the letters column, in response to the article in the Nov/Dec 1997 issue...

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  • FEATURES
    • PROFILE:
      Narcissa Thorne's Miniature Career
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • HISTORY:
      Northern Comfort-
      New England's Early Quilts 1780-1850
            by Galer Britton Barnes
    • PATTERN:
      Miniature Embroidered Quilt to Stitch
            by Galer Britton Barnes
    • HISTORY:
      A Gift for Ingrid's Wedding(knit veil)
            by Bridget Rorem
    • PATTERN:
      Lace Alphabet to Knit
            by Bridget Rorem
    • HISTORY:
      Tiny Treasures of Twin Manors
            by Jan Marsh
    • MUSEUM:
      The Toy and Miniature Museum, Kansas City, MO
    • PATTERN:
      Miniature Needlepoint Sampler to Stitch
            by Annelle Ferguson
    • PATTERN:
      Miniature Needlepoint Rug to Stitch
            by Frank M Cooper
    • PROFILE:
      Helen Bruce, Electra Webb, and Their Miniature Vitrines(Shelburne Museum)
            by Celia Y Oliver
    • PATTERN CORRECTION:
      Faroe Island Shawl
            from Jan/Feb 1998
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Little Things Matter
            by Deborah Cannarella
    • A STITCH:
      Seeing Red
            by Stephen Beal
    • SUCH GOOD FRIENDS(Dolls worth knowing):
      Classic American Dolls Commemorative Stamps
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE

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Page Count: 72
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Beadworkers of the Southern Plains(Mary Armstrong,
      Catherine Hoffman,
      Martin Weryackwe Jr,
      Frank and Harvetta Sheridan,
      Joseph W Rice)
            by Charles J Lohrmann, Jeri Ab Be Hill
    • PROFILE:
      Lakota Quillworker Alice New Holy Blue Legs
            by Tim Giago, Jr
    • PROFILE:
      The Neptune Family-
      Passamaquoddy Basket Makers
            by Lizbeth Carr Carroll
    • HISTORY:
      The People of the Dawn and Their Baskets
    • HISTORY:
      Cowichan (knit)Sweaters of the Coast Salish People(Hilda Henry, Madeline Modeste, Monica Joe, Charlotte Joe)
            by Galer Britton Barnes
    • HISTORY:
      Moose-Hair Embroidery of the Huron
            by Nancy Prince
    • HISTORY:
      Native American Quilting
            by Tanya Thrasher
    • PROFILE:
      Margaret Wood: Navajo/Seminole Quilter
            by Tanya Thrasher
    • TUTORIAL:
      Beadwork Techniques
    • TUTORIAL:
      Quillwork Techniques
    • TUTORIAL:
      Knitting Techniques
    • PATTERN:
      Cowichan Pullover Sweater with a Shawl Collar
            by Priscilla A Gibson-Roberts
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      From Hand to Hand
            by Deborah Cannarella
    • A PLACE TO COME TO(where to see skilled handwork):
      The Plains Indian Museum(Cody, Wyoming)
            by Sue Lenthe
    • A STITCH:
      From Hand to Hand
            by Carolline Marotta
    • SUCH GOOD FRIENDS(Dolls worth knowing):
      Doll Maker Mary Ellen Frank(Alaska)
            by Doree Pitkin
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE

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Page Count: 72
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      The Enduring Legacy of (embroidery)Charts
            by Lilo Markrich
    • PATTERN:
      Cross-stitch from a 19th-century Chart
    • HISTORY:
      In Search of Elizabeth:
      Sarah Elizabeth Minford and Her Quilt
            by Carol Williams Gebel
    • PATTERN:
      Evening Star Quilt Block(pieced)
    • PROFILE:
      Thérèse de Dillmont and Her Gift to Needleworkers
      The Needle and Bobbin Club(organized by Gertrude Whiting)
            by Kax Wilson
    • PATTERNS:
      Lacy Knitting:
      (3)Patterns From Mary Schiffmann's Collection
            by Mary Schiffmann
    • PATTERN:
      Knitted Lace Doily, and Two Edgings
            by Mary Schiffmann
    • HISTORY:
      Stilettos:
      Beauty and Utility
            by Bobbie Irwin
    • HISTORY:
      Easy, Elegant Filet Crochet
    • TUTORIAL:
      Filet Crochet General Instructions
            by Lis Paludan
    • PATTERNS:
      Filet Crochet Sailor Collar
      Wide Edge and Insertion
            by GM and GM Dresser
    • HISTORY:
      A Traditional American Teddy Bear
            by Kathy Williams
    • PATTERN:
      Traditional American Teddy Bear(fur)
            by Kathy Williams
    • PATTERN:
      Crocheted Teddy Bear Collar
            by Kathy Williams
    • Teddy Collecting Tips
    • HISTORY:
      Milkweed Embellishment(Sturbridge, Mass):
      A Little-known Decorative Art(1820s,'30s)
            by Sue Lenthe
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Echoes From the Past
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FAVORITE THINGS(glorious stuff):
      Glorious Stuff
            by Linda Ligon
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE

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Page Count: 72
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Embroidered Postcards:
      Patriotism and Best Wishes from World War I
            by Deborah Dwyer
    • HISTORY:
      A Brief History of Postcard Collecting
            by Susan Strawn Bailey
    • PATTERN:
      Embroidered Postcard for Holiday
            by Gayle Ford
    • HISTORY:
      Gossamer Hairpin Crochet:
      A Vanishing Art
            by Mary Lamb Becker
    • PATTERN:
      Hairpin Crochet Christmas Tree Skirt
            by Kathy Williams
    • HISTORY:
      The Rich Tradition of Andean Knitting
            by Cynthia Gravelle LeCount
    • PATTERN:
      Andean Cap(knit) for a Child
    • HISTORY:
      The Justice of Knitting(Judge Henry Edwards)
            by Margaret Jane Edward Norman
    • PATTERN:
      Tatted Baby Cap
            by Barb Woods
    • HISTORY:
      Log Cabin Quilts: Versatile & Appealing
            by Trish Faubion
    • PATTERN:
      Log Cabin Table Runner(Light-and-Dark pattern)
            by Cheryl Powell
    • HISTORY:
      The Unequaled Beauty of Paisley Shawls
            by Linda Carlson
    • PATTERN:
      Gold Cross-stitch Needle Case
            by Kathy Williams
    • MYSTERY:
      (3)Printed (cotton)Fabric Panels, circa 1903,1908
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      "Two floors. And who knows how many stories..."
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FAVORITE THINGS(glorious stuff):
      My Totems
            by Stephen Beal
    • WOW!(world's finest needlepoint):
      2 7/8"x3"(7.3x7.5cm) canvaswork(Textile Conservators in Chicago, IL)
            courtesy of Muary Bynum
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE

1999: 6 ISSUES

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Page Count: 72
Notes: There is a correction for the instructions to "Fancy Red Silk Mittens to Knit" in the May/June 1999 issue...

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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      William Morris-
      Victorian England's Medieval Artisan
            by Margaret Horton
    • HISTORY:
      Stitching on Perforated Paper
            by Heather Palmer
    • HISTORY:
      Fids, Bodkins, and Drizzlers
            by Marge Mintz
    • HISTORY:
      Sleuthing the Past in Early American Silk Patchwork Quilts
            by Deborah E Kraak
    • HISTORY:
      The Silk Industry of Florence... Massachusetts
            by Peter Weis, Ann Feitelson
    • HISTORY:
      Tassels: Universal Decoration
            by Nancy Welch
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Morris Impressions:
      Counted-Thread Embroidery
            by Ann Caswell
      Perforated Paper Valentine
            by Kathy Williams
      Quilted Silk Jewelry Roll
            by Kathy Williams
      Fancy Red Silk Mittens to Knit
            adapted by Ann Feitelson
      Beaded Bag to Crochet
            by Torri Hanna
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FAVORITE THINGS(glorious stuff):
      Essay
            by Mona Pompili
    • WOW!:
      Van Gogh Comes to Needlework
            by Naomi Doyle
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • TAPESTRY(new and noteworthy)-
      Beadwork 1: Up Close(juried exhibition)
      Quilt Video Reveals Messages and Makers
      Bringing Home Bolivian Treasures
      Textile Heaven
      Shay Pendray's Needle Arts Studio
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Page Count: 72
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      The Claim Life of Jennie Mae Olsen-
      Fine Needlework on a Homestead in N. Dakota
            by Jude Daurelle
    • HISTORY:
      Through the Eye of the Needle-
      The U.S. Women's Suffrage Movement
            by Susan Goodier-Kalaf
    • HISTORY:
      Elizabeth Zimmermann and Her Impact on Knitting
            by Meg Swansen(daughter)
    • HISTORY:
      Candace Wheeler- Champion of Decorative Arts
            by Mary Sue Hannan
    • HISTORY:
      The Milkmaid Motif
            by Elly Smith
    • HISTORY:
      Mayan Culture Lives On in Friendship Bracelets
            by John A Brett
    • HISTORY:
      Virtuous Habits of Perseverance Quilting and the Education of Girls in 19th-century America
            by Lynne Zacek Bassett
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Jennie Mae Olsen's Fancy Bag(tatting,crochet)
            adapted by Jude Daurelle
      Heart Hat for Baby(knit)
            by Elizabeth Zimmermann
      Crewel Book Cover
            by Kathy Williams,
      inspired by Candace Wheeler's Design

      Cross-stitched Milkmaid Samplers
            by Elly Smith
      Mayan-Style Knotted Friendship Bracelet
            adapted by Kathy Williams
      Hexagon Cradle Quilt
            by Meg Grossman
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FAVORITE THINGS(glorious stuff):
      Kansas Women and Dolls
            by Jan Hogestad
    • WOW!:
      Bamboo Undershirt
            from Museum of International Folk Art
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • TAPESTRY(new and noteworthy)-
      Mark Twain House
      Teaching Children to Sew
      Curious Works
      Georgia Quilts
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Page Count: 72
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Recapturing the Garden:
      Prevalence of Floral Motifs in Needlework in the Mid-19th Century
            by Heather Palmer
    • HISTORY:
      From a Medieval Italian Town- Assisi Embroidery
            by Elly Smith
    • HISTORY:
      Gilding the Lily: Embellishment on Knitting
            by Theresa Gaffey
    • HISTORY:
      Lovabel(Martin)'s Quilt
            by Laurene Sinema
    • HISTORY:
      Napoleon Bonaparte, Bees, and Embroidery
            by Julianna Mahley
    • HISTORY:
      And She Survived:
      The Story of Myrtle Mitchell Wagers(filet crochet)
            by Jude Daurelle
    • CORRECTION:
      Fancy Red Silk Mittens to Knit
            Jan/Feb 1999
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Bead Embroidered Eyeglasses Case
            by Judith Durant
      Four Assisi Projects to Stitch
            by Elly Smith
      Cameo Floral Baby Afghan(knit)
            by Nicky Epstein
      Basket of Primroses Pillow(embroidery,applique)
            by Laurene Sinema
      Metallic Embroidered Bee
            by Tonie Evans
      Vine and Flower Edging in Filet Crochet
            by Jude Daurelle
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Nature Motifs Transcend Ages and Cultures
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FAVORITE THINGS(glorious stuff):
      Essay
            by Nancy Arndt
    • GUEST COLUMN:
      Nature and Embroidery
            by Shay Pendray
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Student Quilt Winners
      Alliance for American Quilts
      Embroidery on View at the Renwick
      Cambodian Training Program
    • WOW!:
      Lord Chancellor's Purse
            courtesy of Textile Conservators, Inc., Chicago, IL
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Page Count: 72
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Needlework of First Lady Grace Coolidge
            by Lynne Zacek Bassett
    • HISTORY:
      War Lace: Commemorating Victory and Determination(Belgium)
            by Elaine Merritt
    • HISTORY:
      Warm Socks from Warm Hearts(New Zealand)
            by Heather Nicholson
    • HISTORY:
      Patriotic Airplane Quilts
            by Susan Strawn Bailey
    • HISTORY:
      Embroidered Handkerchiefs and Handkerchief Cases:
      For Those Left Behind
            by Francine Kirsch
    • HISTORY:
      The Flag Ladies of Philadelphia
            by Christina DiMemmo
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Liberty Bell Pillow(filet crochet)
            by Meg Grossman
      Stars and Stripes Sampler(cross-stitch)
            by Nan Heldenbrand Morrissette
      WWI-Era Socks(knit)
            by Dorothy T Ratigan
      Airplane Motif on a Quilted Placemat(applique,pieced)
            by Doree Pitkin
      Patriotic Handkerchief(embroidery)
            by Margie Notess
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Message
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FAVORITE THINGS(glorious stuff)
      Essay
            by Judy Kettner
    • PERSONAL PASSION:
      Of Patriotism and a Family Quilt
            by Lynne Zacek Bassett
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Gift of the Renwick
      Needlepoint Auction
      Textiles of Ecaudor
      New Fiberarts Design Book
    • WOW!:
      A George Washington Mourning Badge
            courtesy of Gerald Kahler
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Page Count: 72
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      The Humble Laundry Mark
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • HISTORY:
      Flowered and Feathered Fantasies:
      New England's Early Wool Whole-Cloth Quilts
            by Lynne Zacek Bassett
    • HISTORY:
      Stitching Across Centuries: The Carpets of Arraiolos, Portugal
            by Charlotte Overby
    • HISTORY:
      Memories Link the Past-
      Grandma Dee's Stockings
            by Patsy Moreland
    • HISTORY:
      The Pincushion
            by Dorothy Panaceck
    • HISTORY:
      The Legend of Tea Cozies
            by Jennifer Hermes Nastu
    • HISTORY:
      Weldon's Practical Needlework
            by Not Given
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Embroidered Monograms
            by Not Given
      Doll's Wool Whole-Cloth Quilt
            by Meg Grossman
      Arraiolos Stitch(tutorial)
            by Not Given
      Granny-Square Pillow to Crochet
            by Judy Kettner
      Victorian Tea Cozy to Knit
            by Dorothy T Ratigan
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FAVORITE THINGS(glorious stuff):
      Essay
            by Susan Strawn Bailey
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Men of the Cloth
      Aid to Refugees
      Diamond Decade
    • WOW!:
      Small-Scale Needlepoint
            by Nan Heldenbrand Morrissette
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Page Count: 72
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Knitting as Symbolism and Superstition In Estonia
            by Nancy Bush
    • HISTORY:
      Spirit Warmers: Traditional Vests of the Doukhobors(Russian Canadians)
            by Susan Lightstone
    • HISTORY:
      Juliette Hamelecourt:
      Medieval Artist in a Modern World
            by Ricky Clark
    • HISTORY:
      Lenten Veils: Curtains of the Sanctuary
            by Elly Smith
    • HISTORY:
      2,000 Years of Jewish Head Coverings
            by Susan Tornheim
    • HISTORY:
      The Buddha Robe
            by Jiho Sargent
    • HISTORY:
      Westminster Abbey's Effigies
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Kaley's Mittens(knit)- Estonian Bean Blossom Motif
            by Nancy Bush
      An Evening Purse to Quilt
            by Jan Tracy
      Juliette's Medieval Vine(embroidery)
            adapted by Judy Kettner
      Bread Cloth to Cross-stitch
            by Elly Smith
      Crocheted Yarmulke
            by Meg Grossman
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FAVORITE THINGS(glorious stuff):
      Essay
            by Suzanne DeAtley
    • PERSONAL PASSION:
      For my Grandma, Bessie Mello
            by Nancie M Wiseman
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
    • WOW!:
      The 23rd Psalm
            by Mary Cummings Seymour
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Page Count: 72
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Bess of Hardwich Hall and Her Household Stuffe
            by Santina M Levey
    • HISTORY:
      Expanding Horizons: Map and Globe Embroideries
            by Susan Goodier-Kalaf
    • HISTORY/PATTERN:
      A Mariner's Compass Quilt: Recapturing a Venerable Motif
            by Linda Carlson
    • HISTORY:
      Plain-Sewing Samplers
            by Deborah Dwyer
    • HISTORY:
      Redesigning the Past- Designers' use of dolls and small mannequins to present scale models of their creations to patrons
            by John R Burbidge
    • HISTORY:
      Victorian Hair Receivers
            by Gwen Blakley Kinsler
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Bess's Butterfly and Snail to Cross-stitch and Needlepoint
            by Dorothy T Ratigan
      Mariner's Compass Quilt
            by Linda Carlson
      Button Cover to Embroider
            by Susan Strawn Bailey
      Hair Receiver Cover to Crochet
            by Gwen Blakely
      Diamond Normandy Lace(knit)
            by Judith Durant
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Essay
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FAVORITE THINGS(glorious stuff):
      Essay
            by Jennifer Hermes Nastu
    • PERSONAL PASSION:
      A Life of Lace: Norma Benporath's Contributions to Tatting
            by Judith Connors
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      1999 Crazy Quilt Series
      Sampler Helps Launch Company
      Historic Quilts and Fabrics
      A World of Quilts
      Quilt Mysteries
    • WOW!:
      Bead Knitted Baby Socks
            courtesy of the Ellen Lawther Pierce collection
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS
    • WEBSITES TO VISIT

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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Amanda's Journal(paper doll)
            by Betty J Mills
    • HISTORY:
      One Family's History Lives On in a Hooked Stair Runner(Marguerite Gordon Brady)
            by Sandy Morgan
    • HISTORY:
      The Story of Rattlesnake Kate(Katherine McHale Slaughterback)
            by Peggy A Ford
    • HISTORY:
      Homesteading Big Owl(Katherine Garetson)
            by Katherine G Garetson
    • HISTORY:
      Mary and John Lilley's Journey West
            by Mary Lilley
    • HISTORY:
      Inspiration from Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House Books
            by Lynne Zacek Bassett
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Linen Collar to Embroider
            adapted by Judy Kettner
      Feathered Star Quilt Block
            adapted by Jan Meyer
      Wall Hanging to Hook
            adapted by Colleen Lynch
      Shawl from the American Heartland(knit)
            by Cheryl Oberle
      Lacy Edging to Crochet
            adapted by Dorothy Ratigan
      Baby Sampler to Cross-stitch
            adapted by Elly Smith
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Essay
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FAVORITE THINGS(glorious stuff):
      Essay
            by Jenny Fish
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Artisanship in Cuba
      Covered Wagon Women
      Internet Market for Artisans
    • WOW!:
      Tipi Bag
            courtesy of Frank and Anna Dudeck Memorial Collection of Art
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS
    • WEBSITES TO VISIT

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Page Count: 72
Notes: Anne Dyer sent in instructions for making your own coronation cord to the letters column...

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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      The Symbolism of Gloves
            by Nancy Bush
    • HISTORY:
      Remembering the Past: Friendship Quilts
            by Paul Nastu
    • HISTORY:
      Guard Thy Hours: Bead Watch Chains of the 1830s
            by Lynne Zacek Bassett
    • HISTORY:
      Tufor Rose Motif in History and Needlework
            by Elly Smith
    • HISTORY:
      Crocheted Heirloom Twenty-Six Years in the Making
            by Sue Cannella
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Romantic Gloves to Knit
            by Nancy Bush
      Friendship Quilt Block
            by Cheryl Powell
      A Watch Chain to Bead
            by Meg Grossman
      Wedding Sampler to Cross-stitch
            by Elly Smith
      Greeting Card with Huck Embroidery
            by Mary Polityka Bush
      Crocheted Tablecloth Motifs
            by Sue Cannella
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Essay
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Revealing Fashions
      Girlhood Embroidery Available Again
      Grants Support Conservation Efforts
      Bestof the Century
      Quilting for Peace
    • WOW!:
      Epimanikia
            courtesy of Victoria and Albert Museum, London
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS
    • WEBSITES TO VISIT

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Page Count: 72
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Hutterite Sweetheart Handkerchiefs
            by Jim McLeod
    • HISTORY:
      Schwester Christina's Afghan
            by Susan Levin
    • HISTORY/PATTERN:
      Beaded Needlepoint for a Journal Cover
            by Judith Durant
    • PINCUSHION CONTEST(Patterns):
      1st- Pincushion in Time(embroidered)
            by Jeri Amundson
      2nd- Plum Tomato Pincushion(bead-crocheted)
            by Bonnie Brooks
      3rd- Tatted Pincushion
            by Kathryn Zaiss
    • CORRECTION:
      Nancie Wiseman's name was misspelled
            Nov/Dec. 1999
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Hutterite Motif to Stitch
            by Nan Heldenbrand Morrissette
      Stained-Glass Lap Robe and Baby Afghan to Knit and Crochet
            by Susan Levin
      Garden Band Sampler
            by Ann Caswell
      Laid-Fillings Ornament
            by Suzanne Howren, Beth Robertson
      Mitten Sampler to Cross-stitch
            by Nan Heldenbrand Morrissette
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Essay
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Textile Museum's 75th Anniversary
      The Quiltmaker's Gift
      Save the Sheep
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS
    • WEBSITES TO VISIT

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Page Count: 72
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Chintz Comes to the West:
      Influence of India's Painted Cloths on Trade, Fashion, and Needlework
            by Ricky Clark
    • HISTORY:
      Embroidery and the Ottoman Empire
            by Sumru Belger Krody
    • HISTORY:
      Origins- Egyptian Sampler circa 1300-1420
            by Pamela Parmal
    • HISTORY:
      Chinese Lotus Shoes: Embroidered Coverings for Bound Feet
            by Susan Clotfelter
    • HISTORY:
      Orenburg Gossamer and Warm Shawls From Russia
            by Carol R Noble and Galina A Khmeleva
    • HISTORY:
      Embellished Clothing from the Arab World
            by Amber R Clifford
    • ANNOUNCEMENT:
      2001 PIECEWORK Sampler Contest
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Silk and Gold Scarf to Embroidery
            by Judy Kettner
      Pattern-Darning Table Runner
            by Mary Polityka Bush
      Orenburg Warm Shawl to Knit
            by Galina A Khmeleva
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Essay
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Quilting Scholarships
      Curious Exhibition
      Quilt Recalls Japanese American Internment
    • WOW!:
      Chaogua
            courtesy of Asian Art Museum, San Francisco
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS
    • WEBSITES TO VISIT

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Page Count: 72
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Queen Mary's Dolls' House
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • HISTORY:
      Samplers from Mistress Sarah Stivours School, Salem, Mass.
            by Paula Bradstreet Richter
    • HISTORY:
      Clothing for Babes in Arms: 18th- and 19th-Century Childbed Linen
            by Jean Daly Randazzo
    • HISTORY:
      Especially for the Baby: Amana Star-Pattern Knitted Bonnets
            by Susan Strawn Bailey
    • HISTORY:
      Phulkari and Bagh, Labor of Love
            by Brinda Gill
    • HISTORY:
      Teaching Embroidery to Children
            by Barbara Alexander Herring
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Miniature Oriental Carpet to Needlepoint
            by Frank M Cooper
      Lamb Purse to Crochet
            by Salley Mavor
      Hollie-Point Medallion to Stitch for Baby
            by Mary Polityka Bush
      Amana Star-Pattern Baby Bonnet to Knit
            by Susan Strawn Bailey
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Essay
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • PERSONAL PASSION:
      Grandmother Pfister's Yarn Dolls
            by Jacqueline Davidson
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      The Mary Frances Adventures
      Youth Embroidery in Canada
      Young Quilters win National Recognition
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

2001: 6 ISSUES

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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Painted With Thread: The Art of American Embroidery- The Anne Gower Sampler
            by Paula Bradstreet Richter
    • HISTORY:
      Bobbin Lace: Intrique and Hard Work
            by Susan Terune Grob
    • HISTORY:
      Precious Metals, Precious Lace
            by Elaine Merritt
    • HISTORY:
      Halas Lace
            by Georgia Seitz
    • HISTORY:
      Ioana Bodrojan's Romanian Point Lace
            by Bart Elwell
    • HISTORY:
      The Sun Laces
            by Margaret Horton
    • HISTORY:
      Mary Card, Australian Crochet Designer
            by Barbara Ballantyne
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Silver and Gold Bobbin-Lace Pendant to Make
            by Lenka Suchanek
      Picture-Perfect Lace to Crochet
            by Jackie Chambers
      A Jabot to Tat
            adapted from Harper's Bazar, 1873
      Romanian Point-Lace Butterfly to Make
            by Bart Elwell
      Teneriffe Lace Wheel to Make
            by Margaret Horton
      Lovebird Cozy in Filet Crochet
            by Mary Card
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Essay
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • GUEST EDITORIAL:
      The Enigma of Lace
            by Jules Kliot
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Lace Science
      CSU Acquires Significant Lace Collection
      Changing the World with Craft
      International Old Lacers, Inc.
      25 Years of Glorafilia
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Sailors' Yarns: 19th-century Shipboard Needlework
            by Michelle Tolini
    • HISTORY:
      San Giovanni Embroideries: Jewels of the Quattrocento
            by Eniko Farkas
    • HISTORY:
      The Crafts of Jack Tar(excerpt)
            by J Welles Henderson, Rodney P Carlisle
    • HISTORY:
      Zardozi, India's Metal Thread Embroidery
            by Brinda Gill
    • HISTORY:
      Embroidered Coats and Vests of Slovakia
            by Helene Baine Cincebeaux
    • HISTORY:
      Medieval Manuscript Sampler
            by Jade Starmore
    • HISTORY:
      Uncle Charlie's Apron
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • HISTORY:
      A Collection of Rug-Hooking Tools
            by Barbara A Benner
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Coral Clouds of Needlepoint
            by Stephen Beal
      Star Design to Embroider
            by Dorothy T Ratigan
      Eyeglass Case to Applique and Embroider
            by Mary B Kelly
      Medieval Manuscript (cross-stitch)Sampler
            by Jade Starmore
      Portrait Frame to Cross-stitch
            by Mary Polityka Bush
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Essay
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • GUEST EDITORIAL:
      Growing Up with Needles and Thread
            by Douglas Kreinik
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      New Home for Byzantine Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
      New Name for the National Museum of Art
      Quilting for Breast Cancer Awareness
      Grant Provides Funds to Train New Knitters
      Novica.com Markets Artisans Worldwide
    • WOW!:
      Samuel Steinberger Log Cabin Quilt, Courthouse Steps Variation
            courtesy of Museum of American Folk Art, NY
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Painted With Thread: The Art of American Embroidery- Embroidered Dog Portrait
            by Paula Bradstreet Richter
    • HISTORY:
      Mary Card in America and England
            by Barbara Ballantyne
    • HISTORY:
      Nålbinding- From the Iron Age to Today
            by Nancy Bush
    • HISTORY:
      Two Tales from One Box of Needlework
            by Martha Skeen Schmidt
    • HISTORY:
      Angelina's Treasure Chest
            by Deborah Dwyer
    • HISTORY:
      Embroidery of The Russian Old Believers
            by kathe Todd-Hooker
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Arabesque Tablecloth to Crochet
            adapted by Barbara Ballantyne
      Möbius Scarf to Nålbind
            by Rudy Amann
      Padded Mat in Mountmellick Embroidery
            by Martha Skeen Schmidt
      Wessex Stitchery: 10th Wedding Anniv. Memory Pocket
            by Gay Eaton
      Floral Motif in Russian Punch Needle Embroidery
            adapted by Gail Bird
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Qing Dynasty Artifacts on Display
      Exhibition Explores 19th-century Crochet, Knitting
      Triangle Shirtwaist Survivor Featured in Documentary
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Page Count: 64
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Samplers From the Victoria and Albert Museum
            by Clare Browne
    • HISTORY:
      Painted with Thread: The Art of American Embroidery- Two Samplers
            by Paula Bradstreet Richter
    • HISTORY:
      A Surprise From a Chest of Drawers
            by Gwen Blakley Kinsler
    • HISTORY:
      19th Century's Stamping Blocks for Embroidery
            by Sheryl De Jong
    • HISTORY:
      The National Museum of Scotland
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      1st Place Winner- Tribute Sampler
            by Kay Hanson Cavnar
      2nd Place Winner- Tree of Life and Knowledge
            by Karla Caldwell
      3rd Place Winner- Come Into My Garden
            by Sherry Del Rizzo
      Knitted Lace Sampler
            by Linda Pratt
      Needle Case to Embroider
            by Sheryl De Jong
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Auction- Five Samplers
      Needlepoint Commemorates Manned Space Flight
      Collecting Samplers
      Hispanic Society of America's Samplers
      Samplers from A to Z
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Page Count: 64
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      The Coq D'Or of Eleanor Butler Alexander Roosevelt
            by Marjorie Littlejohn
    • HISTORY:
      The Dutch Maiden of Liberty Motif
            by Elly Smith
    • HISTORY:
      Crazy Crazy-Quilt Motifs
            by Betty Pillsbury
    • HISTORY:
      Message in Tent Stitch and a Reply: The Politics of Mary, Queen of Scots, and Elizabeth I of England
            by Joanne Gaudio
    • HISTORY:
      Waistcoat for a Fahion Plate
            courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Mass.
    • HISTORY:
      The Paisley Motif
            by Brinda Gill
    • CORRECTION:
      Amana Star-Pattern Baby Bonnet to Knit
            Nov/Dec. 2000
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Pincushion to Tat
            by Marion T Leyds
      Wheat-Ear Border to Knit
            by Ann Budd
      Pair of Covered Buttons to Embroider
            courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum
      Paisley Motif to Bead in Brick Stitch
            by Diane Fitzgerald
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Pears at the Renwick Gallery
      Fiber Art from Children's Book on Display
      Quilts and Paintings
      Preservation Tips from the Costume Society of America
      Exhibition at Kew Gardens
    • WOW!:
      2001 a Capitol Expedition
            by ANG members Mary Duckworth, Marilyn Owen, Suzanne Howren, Sue Jennings
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Page Count: 72
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Needleworker of the Year 2000
            Contest Winners
    • HISTORY:
      Shop Profile- Ginger's Needlearts and Framing(Austin, TX)
            Carol Spurlock's Petitpoint Piece, Grand Prize Winner
    • HISTORY:
      Application Lace at the Great Exhibition of 1851
            by Kathleen Rotella
    • HISTORY:
      Cavalier Couple in Beads
            courtesy Salem's Peabody Essex Museum
    • HISTORY:
      Needlework in the Festival of Britain
            by Polly Leonard
    • HISTORY:
      Two Innovative Chinese Embroideries(Shen Shou, Yang Shouyu)
            by Elizabeth LaFleur
    • CORRECTION:
      A Knitted Lace Sampler
            Jul/Aug 2001
    • TECHNIQUE:
      Random-Stitch Technique(Yang Shouyu,early 20th century)
            by Elizabeth LaFleur
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Victorian Lace Square to Applique and Embroider
            by Kathleen Rotella
      Evening Purse to Needlepoint and Bead
            courtesy Peabody Essex Museum
      Scissors Sheath to Embroider in Crewelwork
            by Judy Jeroy
      Beaded Butterfly to Embroider
            by Sandie Abel
      Sampler to Cross-stitch
            by Erica Luty
      Baby's Bootikins to Knit
            by Dee Lockwood
      Crazy Pattern Scarf to Crochet
            by Suzanne DeAtley
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter,cross-stitch pattern
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • SHARING STITCHES:
      Essay
            by Catherine Amoroso Leslie
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Threads of Hope
      Participants Needed for Study of Erica Wilson
      Documentary to Celebrate 20th-century Quilts
      Needle Arts Studio with Shay Pendray
      Auction Results
      The "Lincoln" Flag on Exhibition
            Life of the American Flag
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

2002: 6 ISSUES

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Page Count: 76
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      The Earliest Thread Work
            by Dolores B Bausum
    • HISTORY:
      An Elne of Lynnyn Cloth for a Samplar-
      A Sampler Timeline
            by Eileen J Bennett
    • HISTORY:
      Wedding Dress Quilt
            by Reynola Pakusich
    • HISTORY:
      Women's Work, Women's Rights:
      Needlework From the Louisiana Purchase Exposition of 1904
            by Jackie Chambers
    • HISTORY:
      Some Arizona Outlaws and Their Knitting
            by Nancy Nehring, Mary Seubold Cahill
    • Letter From Deanna Hall West
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      A Cipher of Cross-stitch
            by Judie Lalanne
      Yuma Lace Edging to Knit
            by Pat Shannon
      Ann Scott's Lace to Crochet
            by Maggie Petsch
    • THE NEEDLEWORKER:
      Letter From Deanna Hall West(editor)
      A STITCH IN TIME(tutorial):
      The Tête de Boeuf Stitch
            by Deanna Hall West, editor
      Scottish Sampler, Parts One and Two
            by Rachel Reid
      Pillow with Teneriffe Lace Motifs to Stitch
            by Betty M Scott
      CATS Scissors Fob
            by Liz Turner Diehl
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • SHARING STITCHES:
      Essay
            by Catherine Amoroso Leslie
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Exhibition of Baskets and Pottery
      Costume Society Calendar
      Community Creates Textile Center
      Banner Honors Rescue Workers
      A New Workbook of Historic Swatches
      Clothes Made the Man
    • WOW!:
      Martha Edlin's Beaded Jewel Case(1673)
            courtesy of The Victoria and Albert Museum
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Page Count: 76
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Madeira's Marghab House of Embroidery
            by Lisa Scholten
    • HISTORY:
      An Obsession with Excellence:
      The Needlework of Lady Evelyn Stewart Murray
            by Sylvia Robertson
    • HISTORY:
      A Passion for Strawberries-
      A Profile of Anne Wood Murray, Collector Extraordinaire
            by Melodie Sweeney
    • HISTORY:
      The Art of Flowering-
      19th-century Iroquois Beadwork in the Collection of Old Sturbridge Village
            by Aimee E Newell
    • HISTORY:
      Kate Fowler Merle-Smith-
      Visionary Textile Collector
            by Ruta T Saliklis
    • HISTORY:
      Discovering Threadwork
            by Dolores B Bausum
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Lily of the Valley Napkins to Embroidery
            by Lisa Scholten
      Elegant Socks to Knit
            by Nancy Bush
      Native American-Style Bag to Bead
            by Meg Grossman
    • THE NEEDLEWORKER:
      STITCH IN TIME(tutorial):
      The Knitting Stitch
            by Deanna Hall West, editor
      Lid for a Crystal Jar to Embroider
            by Ellen Moore Johnson
      Scottish Sampler, Part Three
            by Donna Yuen, Shirley Wilson
      Music Box Top to Embroider
            by Janet F Noble
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • SHARING STITCHES:
      Essay
            by Catherine Amoroso Leslie
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Native American Beadwork On Display
      New Fund Aids Textile Preservation
      Invitational Fiber Arts Exhibition
      Auction Houses Merge
      Needlework Mystery
      Exhibition Records Family History in Fiber
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Page Count: 76
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Threadwork From the East
            by Dolores B Bausum
    • HISTORY:
      The Liturgical Textiles of the Order of The Golden Fleece
            by Ricky Clark
    • HISTORY:
      The Hairworkers of Sweden
            by Nancy Bush
    • HISTORY:
      Jerusha Pitkin's Embroidered Coat of Arms
            by Lynne Zacek Bassett
    • HISTORY:
      Parsi Trade and Chinese Cara Embroidery
            by Brinda Gill
    • HISTORY:
      19th-Century American Women's Collars and Cuffs-
      Beautiful and Necessary
            by Nicole H Scalessa
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      A Goldwork Pattern to Stitch
            by Linn Skinner
      Point D'Eglanteir Collar to Crochet
            by Nicole H Scalessa
    • THE NEEDLEWORKER:
      STITCH IN TIME(tutorial):
      The VanDyke Stitch
            by Deanna Hall West, Editor
      Celtic Knot Band Sampler
            by Kandace Thomas, Deanna Hall West
      Purse to Bead or Cross-stitch
            by Donna Yuen, Anita Forfang
      A Flower Basket Brooch to Embroider with Silk Ribbon
            by Marie Alton
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • SHARING STITCHES:
      Essay
            by Catherine Amoroso Leslie
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Annemieke Mein's Web of Life
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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July/August 2002: Vol. 10, Issue #4
Page Count: 76
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Queen Victoria's Shawl- A Chinese Export Embroidered Silk Masterpiece
            by Karina H Corrigan
    • HISTORY:
      All That Is Lovely In Fabrics and In Lace:
      the Collections of Mary Perkins Quincy
            by Jean Daly Randazzo
    • HISTORY:
      Chamba Rumals: Miniature Painting in Thread
            by Brinda Gill
    • HISTORY:
      The Timeless Tree of Life
            by Kax Wilson
    • HISTORY:
      Poetic Needlework
            by Jebane Flint Taylor
    • HISTORY:
      Beaded Glory of Czech and Slovak Folk Dress
            by Helene Baine Cincebeaux
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      A Lace Edging to Macramé
            by Meg Grossman
      Choker with a Slovak Motif to Bead Embroider
            by Juliana Van Meter
    • THE NEEDLEWORKER:
      STITCH IN TIME(tutorial):
      The Sienese Stitch
            by Deanna Hall West, Editor
      Adam and Eve Sampler
            by Donna Yuen, Deanna Hall West
      Silken Stars Pillow to Needlepoint
            by Kandace Thomas, Shirley Wilson
      Tudor Garden Tray to Cross-stitch
            by Deanna Hall West
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • SHARING STITCHES:
      Essay
            by Catherine Amoroso Leslie
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Textile History Books
      New Wisconsin Quilt Museum in the Works
      Youth Embroidery Exhibition
      Textile Conservation Centre Receives Funding
      Stitches of Faith
      ABC Quilts for Children
      Textile Mills Designated as World Heritage Sites
    • THREADING WORDS:
      How We Fashion Our Everyday Language
            by Dolores B Bausum
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Page Count: 76
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  • FEATURES
    • PATTERN:
      Løyesaum on Velevotter-
      Fishtail Mittens to Knit and Embroider
            by Annemor Sundbø, Nancy Bush
    • HISTORY:
      Gunnister Man's Knitted Possessions
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • PATTERN:
      A Bag with Medieval Islamic Motifs to Knit
            by Chris Laning
    • HISTORY:
      Knit, Knit, Knit, Sister Sue:
      Wartime Songs About Knitting
            by Joanna Daneman
    • PATTERN:
      A (Russian)Triangular Warm Shawl to Knit
            by Galina Khmeleva
    • HISTORY:
      The Lord Grey Banners
            by Susan Lightstone
    • PATTERN:
      A Lace Border To Tat
            adapted from "Tatting from Burda", translated by Etha Schuette
    • PATTERN:
      FREE BONUS PULLOUT CHART-
      A Victorian Santa(embroidery)
            by Ursula Michael, Deanna Hall West
    • THE NEEDLEWORKER:
      STITCH IN TIME(tutorial):
      The Velvet Stitch
            by Deanna Hall West, Editor
      Hardanger Bookmarks to Embroider
            by Darlene Polachic
      Eyeglasses Case to Embroider in Wessex Stitchery
            by Gay Eaton
      Elizabethan-Inspired Band Sampler to Stitch
            by Jill Cater Nixon
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • SHARING STITCHES:
      Essay
            by Catherine Amoroso Leslie
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Shakespeare's Globe Costume Shop
      Art Institute Acquires Zegart Quilt Collection
      Exhibition Explores Communication Through Clothing
      Warm Clothing for Children in Need
      Third Neutrogena Collection Exhibition
      Zweigart Celebrates 125th Anniversary
      Needlework Exhibition and Converence at Winterthur
      The Dinner Party Finds Permanent Home
    • THREADING WORDS:
      How We Fashion Our Everyday Language
            by Dolores B Bausum
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Page Count: 80
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Animals from the Nowotny Collection(embroidery)
            by Raffaella Serena
    • HISTORY:
      Plush-stitch Animals(embroidery)
            by Sheryl De Jong
    • HISTORY:
      The Cattley Animals(stuffed animal collection)
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • HISTORY:
      Lacy Griffins, Tigers, Bears, and Peacocks(bobbin lace)
            by Elaine Merritt
    • HISTORY:
      Enchanting Half Dolls(porcelain)
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • HISTORY:
      Reflections on Fashion, Dolls, and the Art of Growing Up
            by Deborah E Kraak, Barbara C Abrams
    • HISTORY:
      Victorian Life and Knitting
            by Carol Huebscher Rhoades
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      A Perforated Paper Box to Cross-stitch
            by Ann Caswell
      Pretty cuffs to Knit
            adapted by Carol Huebscher Rhoades
    • THE NEEDLEWORKER:
      STITCH IN TIME(tutorial):
      The Upright Cross-stitch
            by Deanna Hall West, Editor
      Elizabethan-Inspired Band Sampler to Stitch, part two
            by Jill Cater Nixon
      Silk Ribbon Frame to Embroider
            by Deanna Hall West, Marie Alton
      Pincushion Doll to Stitch
            by Mary Polityka Bush
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      The Game of Chaupad
      Civil War-Era History on a Quilt
      Quilts of California on Display
      Fire Threatens Knitting and Crochet Collection
      For Families of Firefighters
      Scholarship Fund Contribution
      Les Petites Dames' Website
    • IN MEMORIAM:
      Kaethe Kliot(??? - Aug. 17, 2002)
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

2003: 6 ISSUES

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Jan/Feb. 2003: Vol. 11, Issue #1
Page Count: 80
Notes: The editor, Jeane Hutchins, uses her letter to talk about a lecture she gave to a museum on the role that books and magazines have had on recording our needlework history...

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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Sarah Halsey's Mermaid Petticoat
            by Lynne Zacek Bassett
    • HISTORY:
      Norway's Embroidered Bunader
            by Ann Schmiesing
    • HISTORY:
      Taste, Art, and Design in Great Britain From 1500 to 1900
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • HISTORY:
      A Wedding Dress From a Parachute
            by David Bly
    • HISTORY:
      Reflections on Little Girls and Their Sewing For Dolls
            by Deborah F Kraak, Barbara C Abrams
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Lion Motif to Quilt
            adapted by Meg Grossman
      Gentleman's Waistcoat to Crochet
            by Bart Elwell
      Swiss Collar to Knit
            adapted by Cheryl Oberle
    • THE NEEDLEWORKER:
      STITCH IN TIME(tutorial):
      The Feather Stitch
            by Deanna Hall West, Editor
      Quaker Motif Needle Holder to Cross-stitch
            by Deanna Hall West
      Button Brooch to Bead
            by Mary Polityka Bush
      Floral Band Sampler to Stitch
            by Kandace Thomas, Deanna Hall West
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • SHARING STITCHES:
      Essay
            by Catherine Amoroso Leslie
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Art and Culture of the Khan Empire
      Eterna Silk's 2002 Amateur Design Contest Winners
      Costumes and Workshops at the Stratford Festival of Canada
      CD-Rom American Dress Reference
      Crafting Ledras
      Swatch Book of Victorian Fabrics
      American Coverlet Exhibition
    • THREADING WORDS:
      How We Fashion Our Everyday Language
            by Dolores B Bausum
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Page Count: 80
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      An Exquisitely Embroidered Hawking Set
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • HISTORY:
      Mosaic Patchwork: An Elegant Geometry
            by Laurel Horton
    • HISTORY:
      Embroidered Dreams from the House of Lesage
            by Ingrid M Case
    • HISTORY:
      Fashions at Sea, Fashions at Home
            by Aimee E Newell
    • HISTORY:
      Inspired by Tradition: Jody Haug's Creative Knitting
            by Nancy Bush
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Ivory Embroidery to Stitch
            by Mary Polityka Bush
      Jody's Many-colored Vest to Knit
            adapted by Nancy Bush, from original by Jody Haug
    • THE NEEDLEWORKER:
      STITCH IN TIME(tutorial):
      The Cretan Stitch
            by Deanna Hall West, Editor
      Jacobean Crewel Design to Embroider
            by Barbara Jackson
      Elizabethan-inspired Sampler to Stitch, 2nd Series, part 1
            by Jill Cater Nixon
      Beaded Evening Bag to Stitch
            by Christine Reilly
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • SHARING STITCHES:
      Essay
            by Catherine Amoroso Leslie
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Asian Art Museum Acquires Cotsen Basket Collection
      Threads on the Edge
      Anniversary Edition of Historic Needlework Reference
      Exhibitions Examine Carpet Traditions
      Northampton Silk Project
    • THREADING WORDS:
      How We Fashion Our Everyday Language
            by Dolores B Bausum
    • WOW!:
      MicMac Quillwork Box(1840's birch bark)
            courtesy of Lael and Ron Stegall
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Page Count: 72
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Something From her Hands-
      Minerva Sêrbu Petrascu's Needlework
            by Evelyn Jonescu
    • HISTORY:
      Documentation of Minerva Sêrbu Petrascu's Needlework
            by Anna-Marie Winter
    • HISTORY:
      Chikankari: The Ethereal Embroidery of Lucknow
            by Brinda Gill
    • HISTORY:
      Just a Housewife
            by Lynne Zacek Bassett
    • HISTORY:
      The Fashionable Embroidered Casket
            by Naomi Tarrant
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Gobelin-Stitch Project Inspired by "Something From Her Hands"
            by Anna-Marie Winter
      Bracelet to Knit with Wire
            by Nancie M Wiseman
      Unicorn Purse to Needlepoint
            by Nicky Epstein
    • THE NEEDLEWORKER:
      STITCH IN TIME(tutorial):
      Basque and Baskque Knot Stitches
            by Deanna Hall West, Editor
      Elizabethan-Inspired Band-Sampler to Stitch, 2nd Series, Part 2
            by Jill Cater Nixon
      Scissors Pocket to Embroider
            by Mary Polityka Bush
      Thimble Holder to Cross-stitch
            by Deanna Hall West
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Quilts Reflect Ohio History
      Rare Vatican Objects on Tour
      Frog Tree Alpaca Wool
      Sisal Handcrafts
      New Needlework Mystery
    • WOW!:
      Bird Thimble Holder
            courtesy of Burrell Collection, Glasgow Museum
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Page Count: 72
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      The Quilts of Gee's Bend, Alabama
            by Beatrice Levin
    • HISTORY:
      The Randolph Counterpane
            by Margaret Stove
    • HISTORY:
      The Language of Clothing
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • HISTORY:
      Hardangersøm- Norway's Whitework Embroidery
            by Yvette Stanton
    • HISTORY:
      Sweetheart Pincushions of World War I
            by Deborah Dwyer
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Randolph Pillow to Knit
            by Margaret Stove
      Hardanger Placemats to Embroider
            by Yvette Stanton
    • THE NEEDLEWORKER:
      STITCH IN TIME(tutorial):
      Portugese Stem Stitch
            by Deanna Hall West, Editor
      Placemat and Napkin to Cross-stitch(Ivy)
            by Mary Polityka Bush
      Quaker Sampler to Cross-stitch
            by Kandace Thomas, Deanna Hall West
      Silk Chiffon Scarf to Embroider
            by Ann Caswell
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Hooked Rugs at the Wadsworth Atheneum
      Masterpiece Quilts at the Shelburne Museum
      Enchanting Felt Projects
      Books for the Bibliotheca Alexandria
      Celebrating 50 Years- Int. Old Lacers, Inc.
    • WOW!:
      Child's Embroidered Cap(1710-1730)
            courtesy of Madam SE Rigaud, Mrs DeWitt Clinton Cohen
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Page Count: 80
Notes: There is a correction in the Jan/Feb 2004 issue for "Anniversary Socks to Knit"...

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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Lullaby
            by Veronica Patterson
    • HISTORY:
      Heirloom Piece
            by Deborah Cannarella
    • HISTORY:
      Christening Gown from a Wedding Dress
            by Marilyn Murphy
    • HISTORY:
      Wedding Suzani
            by Susan Sternlieb
    • HISTORY:
      Cross-stitched Birthday Cloth
            by Anette Dinnendahl
    • HISTORY:
      Birthday Fan Quilt
            by Prudence Traut
    • HISTORY:
      Birthday Bobbin-Lace Fan
            by Helen Bell
    • HISTORY:
      Anniversary Wedding-Ring Quilt
            by Pat Cookson
    • HISTORY:
      Crocheted Wedding Dress
            by Jayna Marriman
    • HISTORY:
      Confirmation Handkerchief
            by Shirley Hansen
    • HISTORY:
      Birthday Celtic Knot
            by Jane MacNamara
    • HISTORY:
      Fiftieth-Anniversary Sweater
            by Jo Critchlow
    • HISTORY:
      The Leopold Wimpel
            by Judy Goldberg
    • HISTORY:
      Hardanger Tablecloth to Celebrate a Wedding
            by Cynthia Kaye Hardesty
    • HISTORY:
      Lady Curzon's Peacock Ball Gown
            courtesy of Kedleston Hall, Derby, England
    • HISTORY:
      Hanky Panky-
      An Intimate History of the Handkerchief
            by Helen Gustafson
    • HISTORY:
      Ernest Gimson's Arts and Crafts Embroidery Designs
            by Mary Greensted
    • HISTORY:
      Germanic Red-and-White Samplers-
      Notes on My Collection
            by Richard Fulghum
    • THINGS TO MAKE:
      Anniversary Socks to Knit
            by Nancy Bush
      Ring Bearer's Pillow to Embroider
            by Melinda Barta, Deanna Hall West
      Handkerchief Edging to Tat
            by Trish Faubion
      Whitework Sachet to Embroider
            by Mary Polityka Bush
      Stitching a Tribute and a Memory
            by Linda Ligon
      Arts and Crafts Purse to Embroider
            by Melinda Barta, Deanna Hall West, Dustin Wedekind
      Red and White Sampler Motifs to Cross-stitch
            by Deanna Hall West
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Page Count: 80
Notes: There are some pattern corrections for "Knit a Flock of Sheep" in Mar/Apr. 2004 issue...

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  • FEATURES
    • NEEDLEWORKER OF THE YEAR AWARDS 2003:
      Grand Prize- Noshi(Ribbons), by Diane Horschak 1st(Embroidery)- Dog Portrait, by Maureen Reilly
      1st(Crochet/tatting)- Doll Dress, by Nancy Nehring
      1st(Quilting)- Crazy Quilt Bag, by Cheryl Marshall
      1st(Knitting)- Aran Pullover, by Marion Leyds
      1st(Needlepoint)- Mad Dog, Deb Bowker
      1st(Cross-stitch)- Sampler, by Ellen Daniels
    • NOMINATING SHOP:
      Needle Arts, Inc., Dearborn, Michigan
    • HISTORY:
      My WWII Christmas Stocking
            by Barbara Bentley
    • PATTERN:
      Crochet a Cat
            by Meg Grossman
    • PATTERN:
      Make a Crazy-Quilt Ball
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • HISTORY:
      Delightful Concoctions:
      Crazy Quilts
            by Betty Pillsbury
    • PATTERN:
      Needlepoint a Silk Carpet
            by Phyllis Faust
    • PATTERN:
      Knit a Flock of Sheep
            by Nancy Bush
    • HISTORY:
      Anu Raud's (Estonian knitted)Animals
            by Nancy Bush
    • HISTORY:
      Hummel Bonnets:
      Symbol of Scots Pride
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • PATTERN:
      Knit a Hummel Bonnet
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • HISTORY:
      An Embroidered Purse Mystery
            by Catherine Amoroso Leslie
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider a Hair Tie
            by Melinda Barta
    • HISTORY:
      Connecting Centuries, Countries, and Cultures:
      Quilting and Patchwork in South Asia
            by Linda L Beeman
    • HISTORY:
      Behind the Rainbow
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • NEEDLWORK TOYS(personal anecdotes):
      Curious George, Calico Cat
            by Carol Pearsall
      Monkey
            by Ann Sabin Swanson
      Baby Doll
            by Kathie Karhowski
      Baby's Dolls
            by Shirley Hansen
      My Crocheted Dog
            by Christelle Schoening
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FINDINGS:
      (Preserving the legacy of needlework by finding ways to use and reuse new, old, or found objects
      Toys from Great-Grandmother Cindy's Old Quilt*
            by Shirley Hansen
      Church Dolls: Seen but Not Heard*
            by Mary Polityka Bush
      Stitched Souvenir Handkerchief
            by Anette Dinnendahl
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Going Once, Going Twice, Sold
      Swedish Handicraft and History Hand in Hand
      New Look for Peabody Essex Museum
      Centennial of the Teddy Bear
    • PORTRAIT(interview):
      Erica Wilson, America's First Lady of Needlework
            by Catherine Amoroso Leslie
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

2004: 6 ISSUES

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Jan/Feb. 2004: Vol. 12, Issue #1
Page Count: 80
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  • FEATURES
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider a Rose-Petal Heart
            by Linda Moore
    • HISTORY:
      The Rose Tablecloth
            by Linda Carlson
    • POEM:
      The Fisher Man's Lover
            by Jane Galer
    • PATTERN:
      Knit our Polperro Gloves
            by Nancy Bush
    • HISTORY:
      More Love Than Money: Gifts of the 1930s
            by Jane Reid
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider a Tea Towel
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • PATTERN:
      Stitch a Blackwork Heart
            courtesy of Embroiderers' Guild of America
    • HISTORY:
      What Is Blackwork?
            by Ann Blalock
    • HISTORY:
      Korsnä's Sweaters:
      Crocheted and Knitted Gifts of Love
            by Carol Huebscher Rhoades
    • PATTERN:
      Crochet a Bag with Korsnäs Motifs(dancing girl)
            by Carol Huebscher Rhoades
    • HISTORY:
      The Shawls of Cuenca
            by Deborah Dwyer
    • HISTORY:
      Function Plus Fashion-
      Victorian Smoking Caps
            by Diane Maglio
    • PATTERN:
      Bead a Tudor Rose on a Velvet Hat
            by Sandie Abel
    • PATTERN:
      Make a Purse in Tunisian Crochet
            by Kathleen Power Johnson
    • HISTORY:
      The Riddle of Tunisian Crochet
            by Elizabeth Kurr
    • HISTORY:
      Stitch a Miniature Victorian Spot Sampler
            by Page Dorsey
    • CORRECTION:
      "Anniversary Socks to Knit"
            Sept/Oct. 2003
    • NEEDLEWORK & LOVE(stories):
      Anniversary Doily(knit)
            by Diane Willett
      Raggedy Ann
            by Polly Havins
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FINDINGS:
      (Preserving the legacy of needlework by finding ways to use and reuse new, old, or found objects
      Heart Lace on a Velvet Sachet
            by Melinda Barta
      Contemporary Heirloom Handbag
            by Emily Gartner
      Passing On Skills and Memories
            by Jesie Ann Moser
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Sale of the Castle Howard Collection
      The Fabric of Jazz
      2003 Meredith Scholar
      Preserving the Tradition of Soof Embroidery
      Wedding Dress 2004 Calendar
      Ceiling Unveiled at Blickling Hall
    • PORTRAIT(interview):
      Kaffe Fassett- Textile Designer par Excellence
            by Catherine Amoroso Leslie
    • SHAY PENDRAY'S TRIMMINGS:
      Alphabet de la Brodeuse, A-D(embroidery)
      Antique Crocheted Insertions(Maggie Petsch)
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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March/April 2004: Vol. 12, Issue #2
Page Count: 80
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Silken Birds and Plants from Southeast Asia
            by Linda Moore
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider a Blue bird and Spring Blossoms
            by Linda Moore
    • PATTERN:
      Knit (2)Nordic Flower Sachets
            by Nancy Bush
    • HISTORY:
      Violets for Spring
            by Deborah Dwyer
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider a Bib with Violets
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • HISTORY:
      Japanese Country Embroidery
            by Dolores Bausum
    • PATTERN:
      Stitch a Pansy Magnet
            by Teresa Iversen
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider a Counted-Thread Pincushion
            by Susan Greening Davis
    • HISTORY:
      Shellwork Shadow-Box Grottoes from Colonial Philadelphia
            by Laura Keim Stutman
    • PATTERN:
      Crochet a Shell-Pattern Bonnet
            by Maggie Petsch
    • HISTORY:
      Wrapping Cloths(bojagi) in Korea
            by Rita Rogers
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider a Wrapping Cloth
            by Judy Kettner
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider a Sewing Case
            by Consuelo Rockliff-Stein
    • PROFILE:
      Evdokia Sarecheff Yakovleff Gunn:
      Making a Life Wherever She Could
            by Nancy Nehring, Ellen Becker
    • PATTERN:
      Crochet one of Evdokia's Edgings
            by Nancy Nehring
    • HISTORY:
      The Transformation of Ornamentation-
      European Trade Goods and Native American Dress
            by Kathy Staples
    • CORRECTION:
      "Knit a Flock of Sheep"
            Nov/Dec. 2003
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FINDINGS:
      (Preserving the legacy of needlework by finding ways to use and reuse new, old, or found objects
      Using Needlework to Label Storage Containers
      Cocktail Napkins from Embroidered Handkerchiefs
      Recycling the Spirit of a Family Tradition
            by DA Johnstone
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Antique Costumes and Accessories Sold at Auction
      Ground Zero Quilt
      Husqvarna Viking Gallery of Quilt Art Winners
      Serendipity Tours
      National Park Artist-in-Residence Program
    • PORTRAIT(interview):
      Shay Pendray, host of PBS TV Series "Needle Arts Studio"
            by Catherine Amoroso Leslie
    • SHAY PENDRAY'S TRIMMINGS:
      Alphabet de la Brodeuse- E-I
            Tatted Square Medallion(Weldon's Practical Needlework, Vol. 4)
      Stitch a Flower-Basket Motif(Armida Taylor)
      Pearsall's Rooster(embroidery)
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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May/June 2004:Vol. 12, Issue #3
Page Count: 80
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Wedding Timeline: 1800-1974
    • HISTORY:
      Late 19th-century Wedding Boots
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider a Pair of Wedding Shoes
            by Linda Moore
    • PATTERN:
      Stitch a Wedding Keepsake Envelope
            by Melinda Barta, Linda Moore
    • HISTORY:
      Mary Marcella Mauck's Wedding Gown
            by Jane Schade
    • HISTORY:
      Handkerchiefs from a Wedding Gown
            by Anne Meyer Will, Dorothy Meyer Gerhardt, Jean Meyer Barta
    • HISTORY:
      Two Beaded Wedding Gowns
            by Laura Levaas, Kathie Karbowski
    • HISTORY:
      Wedding Handkerchiefs to Cry On
            by Nancy Disney, Deborah Dwyer, Carol Pearsall
    • HISTORY:
      A Family Legacy- Helen Ruth Marvin Colton's Wedding Gown, Shoes
            by Liz Gipson
    • PATTERN:
      Bead a Bridal Headpiece
            by Amy C Clarke-Moore, Liz Gipson
    • HISTORY:
      Blue, Green, Gold, and Brown: 18th- and 19th-century Wedding Dresses
            by Aimee E Newell
    • PATTERN:
      Knit Socks for a Flower Girl
            by Nancy Bush
    • HISTORY:
      Moravian Wedding Costume
            by Linda Moore
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider and Bead a Wedding Stole
            by Nancy Disney
    • HISTORY:
      Traditional Indian(India) Beadwork for Weddings
            by Brinda Gill
    • HISTORY:
      Korean Bridal Robe
            by Renee Renouf
    • PATTERN:
      Stitch a Monogram for a Wedding Photograph Album
            by Linda Carlson
    • PATTERN:
      Needlepoint Cuff Links for the Groomsmen
            by Judy Kettner
    • HISTORY:
      Folk Animal and Flowers Wedding Quilt
            by Ellen Kort
    • HISTORY:
      Period Reproduction Wedding Gowns- Maggie Abbott Ward
            by Joyce Faulkner
    • PATTERN:
      Stitch a 1797 Adam and Eve
            courtesy of Embroiderers' Guild of America's collection
    • HISTORY:
      Adam and Eve in Samplers
            by Ann Blalock
    • SHAY PENDRAY'S TRIMMINGS:
      Wedding Monograms- J-M
      Tatted Trefoil Edging
            excerpted from Weldon's Practical Needlework, Vol. 4
      Crochet an Edging for a Ring-Bearer's Pillow
            by Ivy Bigelow
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FINDINGS:
      (Preserving the legacy of needlework by finding ways to use and reuse new, old, or found objects
      Knitted Lace and Silk Ribbon for a Bridal Bouquet
      Antique Doily Handbag
            Mending Lace
            by Elizabeth Kurella
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Exhibition of Wedding Attire at Stephens College
      Quaker Wedding Dress
      Cherished Possessions: New England Legacy
      Sheila's Shawls Promote Domestic Violence Awareness
      Teaching Children to Embroider
    • PORTRAIT(interview):
      Judith Baker Montano- Crazy Quilter
            by Catherine Amoroso Leslie
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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July/August 2004: Vol. 12, Issue #4
Page Count: 72
Notes: My current copy of this issue is badly water-damaged and needs to be replaced...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Red Fezzes and Yellow Slippers: Mark Twain and Charlie Langdon in the Holy Land
            by Lynne Zacek Bassett
    • PATTERN:
      Knit a Traveler's Pocket
            by Nancy Bush
    • HISTORY:
      The Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin Cas-A Needlepoint Story
            by John R Whitman
    • PATTERN:
      Needlepoint a Cas-A Clutch Purse
            by Judy Kettner
    • HISTORY:
      Knitting with Pot Handles Isn't for Sissies- Australian Jim Simpson, WWII
            by Donna Druchunas
    • HISTORY:
      Reading into History: Susan Boardman's Nantucket Embroidered Narratives
            by Julia Fein Azoulay
    • PATTERN:
      Cross-stitch an Arctic Map Journal Cover
            by Elly Smith
    • HISTORY:
      From China: Uncle Charlie's Dragons
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • HISTORY:
      Mexican Samplers from the Witte Museum
            by Pat Rozendal
    • PATTERN:
      Stitch the Aztec Stitch on a Bookmark
            by Pat Rozendal
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider a Postage Stamp
            by Linda Moore
    • HISTORY:
      Miniature Works of Art:
      Collecting Textile and Needlework Stamps
            by Diana Erbio
    • HISTORY:
      Royal Coach Processions in Early Modern Portugal
            by Dolores Bausum
    • PATTERN:
      Knit These Sweet Baby Booties-
      Inspired by the work of Odette Anastasi
            by Evelyn A Clark
    • HISTORY:
      Odette Anastasi's Knitted Italian Booties
            by Mary Berghammer
    • PATTERN:
      Needlepoint a Luggage Tag(Eiffel Tower,"PARIS")
            by Melinda Barta
    • HISTORY:
      Stitches from a Bygone time: A Mother and Son's Collaboration(Russel Thorp Kirby)
            by Emily B Kirby
    • PATTERN:
      Stitch a Rose Pinwheel
            from Royal School of Needlework's "Country Garden Collection"
    • SHAY PENDRAY'S TRIMMINGS:
      Monograms: N-R
      Daffodils to Cross-stitch or Needlepoint
            from Needlecraft, Dec. 1918
      Armenian Embroidery
            by Armida Taylor
      Stitch an Aremenian Motif
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FINDINGS:
      (Preserving the legacy of needlework by finding ways to use and reuse new, old, or found objects
      Travel Jewelry Case
            Quilt from a 1950s Circle Skirt
            by Dawn Popvitch
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Calico Museum of Textiles' Working Guide to Indian Embroidery Techniques
      Travel-Inspired Hooked Rugs
      Art of the American Indian
      TNNA's Pearl Jubilee and Stitch to Win
    • PORTRAIT(interview):
      Stephen Beal- Fiber Artist and Poet
            by Catherine Amoroso Leslie
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Sept/Oct. 2004: Vol. 12, Issue #5
Page Count: 80
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Learning is an Ornament:
      Schoolgirl Art and Education, 1770-1850
            by Olive Blair Graffam
    • PATTERN:
      Cross-stitch a Schoolgirl Sampler
            from collection of Embroiderers' Guild of America
    • HISTORY:
      Stitching the World:
      Westtown School's Embroidered Globes
            by Judith A Tyner
    • HISTORY:
      Working on the Spirit of the Child-
      Needlework in Classrooms
            by Linda Moore
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider a Giraffe
            inspired by Anne Bossert's handkerchief
    • HISTORY:
      Knitting the Town's History
            by Jane Campbell
    • PATTERN:
      Knit a Girl's Cap
            adapted by Nancy Bush
    • PATTERN:
      Stitch a Yarn-sewn Lion Cushion
            by Meg Grossman
    • HISTORY:
      Home Is Where the Hearthrug Is:
      Yarn Sewing in Rural New England
            by Aimee E Newell
    • HISTORY:
      Warding Off Evil:
      Chinese Children's Bootees and Shoes
            by Valery Garrett
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider Back-to-School Shoes
    • PATTERN:
      Applique a Butterfly
            inspired by family quilt of Warren Wright
    • HISTORY:
      Quilted Memories: Warren Wright, Mountains of Appalachia
            by Ruth O'Neil
    • HISTORY:
      An Embroidered Icon From Russia
            by Suzanne Howren
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider a Russian Angel
            by Beth Robertson
    • HISTORY:
      Many Hands Make Light Work:
      Conserving a Brussels Tapestry
            by Lynn McShane
    • PATTERN:
      Tapestry Crochet a Cat Pillow
            by Carol Ventura
    • HISTORY:
      Tapestry Crochet Around the World
            by Carol Ventura
    • SHAY PENDRAY'S TRIMMINGS:
      Monograms- S-V
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FINDINGS:
      (Preserving the legacy of needlework by finding ways to use and reuse new, old, or found objects
      Outfit Baby with Hankies
            by Christelle Schoening
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Pictorial Sampler at Auction
      Brocading the Mayan Universe
      Quilters' Paradise on the Open Plains
      Accomplished Kantha Maker, Alima Khatun
      Support by the Worshipful Company of Broderers
      Back in Print- "The Needlework of Mary Queen of Scots"
    • PORTRAIT(interview):
      Candace King- Author, Designer, Teacher of Antique Ribbonwork
            by Catherine Amoroso Leslie
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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Nov/Dec. 2004: Vol. 12, Issue #6
Page Count: 80
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Preacher Lewis's Mission of Crochet
            by Donna Druchunas
    • PATTERN:
      Crochet Baby Caps
            by Donna Druchunas
    • HISTORY:
      A Sioux Doll
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • HISTORY:
      The Dolls of Peru
            by Jane Reid
    • HISTORY:
      Father Christmas Doll(knit)
            by Kate Buck
    • PATTERN:
      Knit Father Christmas(online pattern)
            by Ann Budd
    • HISTORY:
      An Unfinished Cloth Doll
            by Doris Wells Carbone
    • HISTORY:
      Skeezix: The Bear Who Has Delighted Four Generations
            by Judith Davis Gulick
    • HISTORY:
      Aaron Friedman's Exquisite Miniature Houses with Sarah Friedman's Exceptional Needlework Accessories
            by Diana Lambdin Meyer
    • PATTERN:
      Cross-stitch Pillows for a Miniature Dollhouse
            by BJ Vieregg
    • HISTORY:
      Metrites and Graftes: Greek Embroideries
            by Elizabeth A Mitchell, Sally J Thurston
    • PATTERN:
      Cross-stitch a Greek-Inspired Ornament
            by Sally J Thurston
    • PATTERN:
      Stitch a Bargello Ornament
            by Beth Robertson
    • HISTORY:
      Bargello: Cloaked in Legend
            by Hollis Greer Minor
    • HISTORY:
      Julia Purnell's Museum: Keeping a Town in Stitches
            by Jane Reid
    • SHAY PENDRAY'S TRIMMINGS:
      Monogram- W-Z
      Chicks to Cross-stitch on Doll's Apron
            by Anette Dinnendahl
      Filet Crochet Holiday Bells
            from Needlecraft Magazine, Nov. 1926
    • ORNAMENTS TO MAKE:
      Knit Tiny Holiday Stockings
            by Sally Melville
      Stitch a Christmas Wish Ornament
            by Susan Greening Davis
      Embroider a Swan for an Ornament
            inspired by William Morris' Tiles
      Tat a Snowflake
            adapted by Trish Faubion from "A Tatter's Workbook"
      Knit a Ball
            by Deborah Pulliam
      Embroider "Vegimals" on a Bib(catato,apricat)
            by Renie Breskin Adams
      Crochet Woodland Finger Puppets(bird,fox,bear)
            by Ivy Bigelow
      Embroider a Holly Tablecloth
            by Linda Moore
      Knit Socks for a Guy
            by Nancy Bush
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FINDINGS:
      (Preserving the legacy of needlework by finding ways to use and reuse new, old, or found objects
      Christmas Stocking and Tree Skirt
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Needleworker's Paradise in Central Iowa
      The Spirit of Christmas
      Royal School of Needlework Certification Course
      Seventy-Five Years of Crafts
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

2005: 6 ISSUES

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Jan/Feb. 2005: Vol. 13, Issue #1
Page Count: 72
Notes: I love, love, love the Old Shale Shawl pattern in this issue, and the Bead Knit Tank Top is quite sexy...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • PATTERN:
      Knit, Felt and Embroider a Backpack
            by Leigh Radford
    • HISTORY:
      Frocks, Cloaks, and Pumpkin Hoods: Dressing for Winter in Early 19th-century New England
            by Aimee E Newell
    • PATTERN:
      Knit and Old Shale Shawl
            by Evelyn A Clark
    • HISTORY:
      Early 17th-Century English Embroidered Jackets
            by Brenda Rosseau
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider a Peapod on a French Cuff
            by Brenda Rosseau
    • HISTORY:
      Danish Knitted Vests
            by Lita Rosing-Schow
    • PATTERN:
      Knit Danish Wristlets
            by Nancy Bush
    • PATTERN:
      Bead-Knit a Tank Top with Trompe L'Oeil Cables
            by Lily M Chin
    • HISTORY:
      Needleworkers of the North: the Inupiat and Yup'ik of Alaska
            by Donna Druchunas
    • HISTORY:
      Baby Carriers of Hong Kong and Neighboring Mainland China
            by Valery Garrett
    • PATTERN:
      Sew and Embroider a Baby Carrier
            by Mel Persion
    • HISTORY:
      She Saw Flowers in Her Dreams: Hungarian Embroidery Designer Bori Kis Jankó
            by Donna Fenton
    • HISTORY:
      Clothes from Colorful Sacks
            by Rosalie Tennison
    • PATTERN:
      Knit and Embroider Selbu Mittens
            inspired by Norwegian Folk Costumes
    • HISTORY:
      Dress Made For a Queen: Queen Woyzaro Terunesh, 2nd Wife of Emperor Tewodros II of Ethiopia
      (circa 1818-1868)
    • HISTORY:
      *
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    • HISTORY:
      *
            by *
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FINDINGS:
      (Preserving the legacy of needlework by finding ways to use and reuse new, old, or found objects
      Easy Needlework Jewelry
            by Mary Polityka Bush
      Pieced-Embroidery Blouse
            by Bonnie Hanni
      Recycled Booties for Baby
            by Mary Polityka Bush
      My Red Heart Sweater
            by Dawn Popvitch
    • ON THE WEB:
      Embroider a Hungarian Doily
            by Donna Fenton
    • PORTRAIT(interview):
      Edward F Maeder- Curator at Historic Deerfield
            by Catherine Amoroso Leslie
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Royal Mardi Gras Attire
      World's Longest Embroidery
      Stephens(college) Students Create Wardrobe for New President
      Knitting for the Homeless
      The Haslemere Educational Museum Sampler Project
      New Textile Magazines
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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March/April 2005: Vol. 13, Issue #2
Page Count: 72
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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      May Morris and Her Embroidery Legacy
            by Yvette Stanton
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider a Morris and Company Design
            by Melinda A Barta
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider a Thistle Pillow
            by Bobbie Ashley
    • HISTORY:
      Little Spirits on a Thread: Ojibwa Bead-Embroidered Bandolier Bags(Marcie McIntire)
            by Diana Lambdin Meyer
    • HISTORY:
      Colorful Embroidered Animals Mark the Chinese Calendar
            by Linda Moore
    • PATTERN:
      Stitch a Chinese Rooster
            by Linda Moore
    • HISTORY:
      Amish Knitting and Crochet: Preserving Time-Honored Traditions
            by Donna Druchunas
    • PATTERN:
      Knit Amish (oval)Placemats
            by Donna Druchuna
    • HISTORY:
      George Washington's Masonic Apron
            by Deborah Dwyer
    • PATTERN:
      Knit French Bath Mitts
            by Nancy Bush
    • HISTORY:
      Fanning a Pashion: the Hand Fans of Kishor Gordhandas
            by Brinda Gill
    • HISTORY:
      Slips for Sulgrave Manor
            by Carolyn Barrani
    • HISTORY:
      Rainbow Textiles of the Guatemalan Highlands
            by Deborah Dwyer
    • HISTORY:
      Embroider and Sew a Korean-Inspired Thimble
            by Melinda A Barta
    • HISTORY:
      Korean Rank Badge
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • SHAY POENDRAY'S TRIMMINGS:
      Armenian Embroidery
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FINDINGS:
      (Preserving the legacy of needlework by finding ways to use and reuse new, old, or found objects
      An Embroidered Wreath
            by Mary Polityka Bush
      Coat-Hanger Covers
            by Mary Polityka Bush
      Bolster from Mom's Scraps
            by Shirley Hansen
    • ON THE WEB(patterns):
      Applique and Embroider a Hand Fan
            inspired by collection of Kishor Gordhandas of India
    • PORTRAIT(interview):
      Tricia Wilson Nguyen- Engineer/Embroidery Designer
            by Catherine Amoroso Leslie
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Making a Difference: Nurturing the Grassroots
      Stitch to WIN Against Breast Cancer at the Mall of America
      Project Linus Make a Blanket Day
      Hooked Rugs in Print and on View
      Expansion of Online Quilt Database
      Quilt Blocks Wanted
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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May/June 2005:Vol. 13, Issue #3
Page Count: 72
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  • FEATURES
    • NEEDLEWORKER OF THE YEAR:
      GRAND PRIZE WINNER- Santa Fe Christmas, by Beverly Grace
            1st Place(embroidery)- Las Margarieta, by Beatrice Maestas
      1st Place(quilting)- Crazy Quilt Handbag, by Shirley Hansen
      1st Place(crochet)- Freeform Vest, Bonnie Pierce
      1st Place(knitting)- Afghan in Diamond Piecework, by Marti Ranney
      1st Place(needlepoint)- Petit Point Purse, by Barbara Bonner
      1st Place(cross-stitch)- The Sanctuary(sampler), by Marguerite Rodgers
    • HISTORY:
      Wedding Cloak of Johann Georg I
            by Susan M Strawn
    • HISTORY:
      The State Bed at Osterley Park House
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • HISTORY:
      Tibee Finkelstein's Beaded Garden
            by Deborah Dwyer
    • HISTORY:
      Symbol of Beauty, Symbol of Love-
      The Peacock Motif
            by Brinda Gill
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider a Peacock for a Jewelry Case
            by Mel Persion
    • PATTERN:
      Knit a Romantic Heart Scarf
            by Nancy Bush
    • HISTORY:
      English Wedding Knives and Their Embroidered Sheaths
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider a Wedding Cake Knife Sheath
            by Melinda A Barta
    • HISTORY:
      German Mangle Cloths
            by Bertha Smith-Sanders
    • PATTERN:
      Stitch Monograms and Birds on an Apron
            by Elly Smith
    • PATTERN:
      Stitch a Pulled-Thread Basket
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider a Velvet Ribbon
            by Melinda A Barta
    • POEM:
      DMC Time
            by Stephen Beal
    • FROM OUR READERS:
      John's Anniversary Sampler
            by Ann Blalock
      Wedding Handkerchief
            by Ann A Baird
      Goldwork Wedding Album
            by JoWynn Johns
      Handkerchiefs for a Jewish Wedding
            by Flora Rosefsky
      Wedding Handkerchief and Doll
            by Ruth H Clark
      A Family Wedding Veil
            by Sylvia Kochevar
      Ukrainian Wedding Towel
            by Sandra Ralston
      Stardust(song) Hooked Rug
            by Paulette Hackman
      Crocheting for a Daughter's Wedding
            by Gwen Blakley Kinsler
      A Wedding Dress and Accessories
            by mary Anne Palcich
      A Wedding Canopy
            by Lise Rosenthal
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FINDINGS:
      (Preserving the legacy of needlework by finding ways to use and reuse new, old, or found objects
      Something Old, Something New
            by Mary Polityka Bush
      Uncle Floyde's Rugs
            by Shirley Hansen
      Gift Bags for a Wedding or Mother's Day
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • ON THE WEB(patterns):
      Cross-stitch a Token of Affection Sampler
            by Merrily Beams
      Embroider a Counted-Thread Pillow for the Ring Bearer
            by Susan Greening Davis
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Wedding Canopy
      Jerusalum Triptych
      Needle Arts Mentoring Program
      Brandywine Chapter's Oldest Member
      Silver Anniversary of Friends of Counted Embroidery Chapter
      Couture Council at FIT
      Inspirations Bridal
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Salvation from Starvation:
      the Coming of Irish Crochet Lace to Brittany
            by Maryvonne Wetsch
    • HISTORY:
      Mabel Foster Bainbridge's Legacy of Lace
            by Susan J Jerome
    • HISTORY:
      Imperial Laces From the Napoleonic Museum in Rome
            by Isabella Campagnol Fabretti
    • HISTORY:
      The Lace Knitting of Haapsalu(Estonia)
            by Nancy Bush
    • PATTERN:
      Knit an Estonian Lace Scarf
            by Nancy Bush
    • PATTERN:
      Make a Lace Patchwork Jewelry Roll
            by Elizabeth M Kurella, Debbie Ambrose
    • HISTORY:
      Normandy Lace: Preserving Memories in Patchwork
            by Elizabeth M Kurella
    • HISTORY:
      The Study Collection of Embroideries' Guild of America
            by Ann Blalock
    • HISTORY:
      Finding Tina, The Little Lace Maker(19th-century novel)
            by Penelope Boston
    • HISTORY:
      Dime Novels
            by Vasna Zago
    • HISTORY:
      Bobbin Lace: Gossamer Webs
            by Mary Stewart Sale
    • PATTERN:
      Make a Bobbin-Lace Bookmark
            by Cynthia Tiger
    • HISTORY:
      A Brief History of Bookmarks
            by Gretchen Allgeier
    • HISTORY:
      Lady Margaret's Laces(Canadiana Costume Museum and Archives of British Columbia)
            by Andrea Nichol
    • HISTORY:
      Collection of Knitted Lace Edgings
            by Nancie M Wiseman
    • PATTERN:
      Tat a Garden-Trellis Doily
            by Mary H McCarthy
    • HISTORY:
      Free-Form Tatting
            by Jules Kliot, Anne Rock
    • HISTORY:
      A Lace Afternoon Dress With a Story
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • SHAY PENDRAY'S TRIMMINGS:
      Bohemian Lace
            from Home Needlework Magazine, June 1914)
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FINDINGS:
      (Preserving the legacy of needlework by finding ways to use and reuse new, old, or found objects
      Crocheted Tote Bag
            Lace Into Roses
            Mom's Picture-Perfect Handwork
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • ON THE WEB(patterns):
      Sitch a Drawn-Thread Handkerchief
            by Donna LaVallee
      Knit a Lace Bookmark
            by Ava Coleman
      Knit Hilton Lace Edging for Pillowcases
            by Nancie M Wiseman
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      New Lace Panels for the Moss Mansion
      New Silk Art Museum
      Support for Fiber Art
      New York City's Newest Museum
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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  • FEATURES
    • HISTORY:
      Fashionable 18th-century Clothing: a Quilted Gown
            by Deborah Pulliam
    • PATTERN:
      Make Kaffe Fassett's Jockey's Cap Baby Quilt
            by Kaffe Fassett, Liza Prior Lucy
    • HISTORY:
      An Unfinished Quilt Tells Its Story
            by Carol Williams Gebel
    • PATTERN:
      Applique and Machine-Quilt a Table Runner
            by Karla Menaugh
    • HISTORY:
      Investigating an Album Signature Quilt
            by Susan Wildemuth
    • HISTORY:
      My Life in Featherstitching
            by Barbara Anton
    • HISTORY:
      Inspiration from a Missouri Deutschheim Crazy Quilt(1905)
            by Joyce Starr Johnson
    • HISTORY:
      Paper-Template Piecing in Early-19th-century America
            by Aimee E Newell
    • HISTORY:
      Quilting Memories
            by Maggie Gartner
    • HISTORY:
      The Quilt That Walked to Golden(book excerpt)
            by Sandra Dallas, Nanette Simonds
    • HISTORY:
      One-Room Country School in Applique, Embroidery, and Crochet: Laura Nehring's Schoolyard Quilt
            by Nancy Nehring
    • PATTERN:
      Make a Reverse-Applique Bag
            by Karin Messier
    • HISTORY:
      Maia's Mother Goose Quilt
            by Cheryl Reed
    • HISTORY:
      The Anniversary Quilt
            by Aimee E Newell
    • HISTORY:
      Remembering Lorie
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • PATTERN:
      Make a Candlewick Quilt
            by Janet Haigh
    • TUTORIAL:
      Caring for Modern Quilts
            by Andi Milam Reynolds
    • PATTERN:
      Knit a Quilted-Check Pattern Potholder
            by Nancy Bush
  • DEPARTMENTS
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      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
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      An Estate Sale Quilt
            by Diane Savona
      Doll Quilt from Doll Clothes
            by Mary Polityka Bush
      Denim Quilt- Finished at Last
            by Gilda V Bryant
    • ON THE WEB(patterns):
      Make a Quilted Journal Cover
            by Susan Wildemuth
      Make a Crazy-Quilt Block
            by Kathleen Bennett
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Quilts in Daytona Beach
      The Purple Martin House Project
      Guatemalan Patchwork
      Quilts Across Borders
      Geraldine Keene's Prairietown Quilt
      Pins and Needles: Old Sturbridge Village Textile Weekend 2005
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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  • FEATURES
    • PATTERN:
      Needlework Tools: Make a Bon Voyage Mending Case
            by Liz Knudsen, Ann Pettit
    • HISTORY:
      Needlework Tools: Compendiums, A Fish Sewing Kit, A Thimble and Thimble Case, Miniature Sewing Set and Other Tools
            by Kay Sullivan, Deborah Pulliam, Stephen Beal, Loene McIntyre
    • HISTORY:
      Early 19th-century African American Samplers from Baltimore Schools
            by Gloria Seaman Allen
    • HISTORY:
      Garments From Dr. Norton Strange Townsend's Early Life
            by Linda Moore
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider a Heart Motif for a Book Bag
            by Linda Moore
    • PATTERN:
      Knit Winter Dolls
            by Nancy Bush
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      Just for Kids to Make: Old-Fashioned Toys(embroidered and stuffed dog/cat)
            by Kristin Nicholas
    • HISTORY:
      Clara Haluska Fodor's Wall Hangings: Appliqued, Embroidered, and Quilted
            by Jennifer C Core
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider Winter Holly for a Holiday Card
            by Connie McEvoy
    • PATTERN:
      Knit a Qiviut Lace Headband
            by Donna Druchunas
    • PATTERN:
      Crochet a Pinwheel Beret
            by Cynthia Preston
    • HISTORY:
      That Skills and Traditions May Endure
            by Andrea Nichol
    • PATTERN:
      Embroider and Sew a Tooth Fairy Pillow
            by Martha Demere
    • PATTERN:
      Make a Sweetheart Purse with Crazy-Quilt Stitches
            by Sharon Mann
    • SHAY PENDRAY'S TRIMMINGS:
      Sewn-Skirt Tassel
            by Frances Langenberg
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    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FINDINGS:
      (Preserving the legacy of needlework by finding ways to use and reuse new, old, or found objects
      Toys from Recycled Knitwear
            by Deborah Pulliam
      Tooth Fairy Pillowcase
            by Mary Polityka Bush
      Gifts for Any Occasion
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • ON THE WEB(patterns):
      Embroider a Snutki(Polish) Doily
            by Peta McMillan
      Tat a Winter Star
            by Susanne Schwenke, Trish Faubion
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Royal School of Needlework Returns to Iowa
      Needlework Calendars
      HGTV's Restore America Quilt
      Cuesta Benberry Quilt Research and Reference Collection
      Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival
      New Quilt Book(Ricky Clark)
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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    • HISTORY:
      Evelina Grimes and Her Apron Style Shows
            by Laurann Gilbertson
    • HISTORY:
      21st-Century Apron Trunk Show
            by Diane Macleod Shink
    • HISTORY:
      Aprons of Guatemala
            by Deborah Dwyer
    • PATTERN:
      An Embroidered Apron for a Child
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • HISTORY:
      Learning Cross-stitch on Gingham Aprons
            by Shirley Hansen
    • HISTORY:
      Aprons: An Overview
            by Keriann Gore
    • PATTERN:
      Make Your Own Apron
    • HISTORY:
      A Meter Square: Headscarves Trimmed with Needle Lace
            by Marge Krager
    • TUTORIAL:
      Needle Lace
            by Gretchen Allgieir
    • PATTERN:
      Weldon's: Knit Gentleman's Socks
            adapted by Nancy Bush
    • HISTORY:
      A Brief History of Weldon's Practical Needlework
            by Nancy Bush
    • PATTERN:
      Weldon's: Knit Classic Cable Mittens
            adapted by Deborah Pulliam
    • HISTORY:
      Shanghai Girl Gets All Dressed Up
            by Beverley Jackson
    • TUTORIAL:
      Couching Gold Thread
            by Shay Pendray
    • HISTORY:
      Irish-Stitch Pocketbooks
            by Karen W MacGregor
    • HISTORY:
      Bead-Knitted Wrist Warmers: Beauty and Warmth(Northern European)
            by Carol Huebscher Rhoades
    • PATTERN:
      Bead-Knit Wrist Warmers
            by Carol Huebscher Rhoades
    • HISTORY:
      Hats Across the Sea: Kalpak, the Traditional Hat of Kyrgyzstan
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • HISTORY:
      Barbara J Hamrick's Legacy
            by Barbara J hamrick
    • TUTORIAL:
      Home Care for Your heirloom Textiles
            by Linda Moore
    • SHAY PENDRAY'S TRIMMINGS:
      Embroidery on Net
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • FINDINGS:
      (Preserving the legacy of needlework by finding ways to use and reuse new, old, or found objects
      An Embellished Skirt
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • ON THE WEB(patterns):
      Sew a Pocketbook
            by Karen W MacGregor
      Embroider and Sew a Felt Hat
            by Mary Polityka Bush
      Crochet a Costume for the Queen of the Nile(11 1/2" fashion doll)
            by Nicky Epstein
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Samplers and Needlework from Historic Deerfield
      Arts and Crafts Exhibition
      Batsiranai Craft Project
      German Sampler Museum
      Museo Ixchel
      Teenage Art Apprentices
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
    • PRODUCT NEWS

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      A Family Affair: Quilted Christening Gown and Cap
            by Cheryl Reed
    • HISTORY:
      Art Needlework of the Sisters of the Order of Saint Benedict(1867-1968)
            by S Ruth Nierengarten
    • TUTORIAL:
      Long-and-Short Silk Shading
            by Diane Horschak
    • HISTORY:
      Bobbin-Lace Veil
            by Shirley K Egan
    • HISTORY:
      Embroidered Suspenders: A Special Engagement Gift(Oline Hansen)
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • PATTERN:
      Cross-stitch a Canvaswork Box Top
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • HISTORY:
      Journey of a Whitework Wedding Quilt
            by Kimberly Wulfert
    • HISTORY:
      Cause for Celebration: Swedish Embroidered Cushion Covers(Skâne)
            by Bobbie Sumberg
    • PATTERN:
      Decorative Knitting, Part II:
      Knit Wedding Cuffs
            by Nancy Bush
    • HISTORY:
      Secrets From the Trunk(Rachel Sturgis)
            by Brian Hamrick
    • HISTORY:
      Flights of Fancy: the Dimensional Use of Perforated Paper in the Victorian Era
            by Wendy White
    • PATTERN:
      Stitch a perforated-Paper Ring Basket
            by Wendy White
    • HISTORY:
      The Marriage Cap of Poland
            by Sophie Hodorowicz Knab
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      A Purse For the Bride and a Sash for the Flower Girl
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • ON THE WEB(patterns):
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      Cuffs with a Cable Twist,
      Ribbed Scarf with Crochet Edging,
      Baby's First Sock
            adapted by Ann Budd, Deborah Pulliam
      Needle-Tat a Bridal Necklace and Bracelet with Beads
            by Esther Trusler
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Museum to Reopen at Colonial Williamsburg
      Textile Travels: Visit Southeast Pennsylvania
      Twist + Shout
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
    • MARKETPLACE
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      Fireworks Socks: Inspired by Traditional Knitting and Embroidery
            by Anna Zilboorg
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      Steeped in Orenburg Tradition: A Snowflake Scarf
            by Galina A Khmeleva
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      Two-End Knitting: a Living Tradition
            by Carol Huebscher Rhoades
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            by Carol Huebscher Rhoades
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            by Karin Kahnlund
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      Not Just an (Bestway Knitting)Instruction Leaflet
            by Ingrid Murnane
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      The Bestway (knit)Gloves Today
            by Ann Budd
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      Practical Insanity: A Giddy Whirl Through the Pages of Weldon's Practical Needlework
            by Franklin Habit
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      Gordon Highlanders and Their Socks
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            by Anne Berk
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            by Anne Carroll Gilmore
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      Re-creating the 17th-century (knit)Gunnister Stockings
            by Jacqueline Fee
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      First Lady Grace Coolidge and the Story of a Knitted Counterpane
            by Kristine Byrnes
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      Grace Coolidgee's Great-Grandmother's Counterpane(knit)
            by Kristine Byrnes
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      Letter
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      A Treasure Trove: The Knitting Reference Library(Winchester School of Art)
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
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      Seeing Red- Exploring Natural Dyes
            by Mary Polityk Bush
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      Redwork Garland to Embroider
            by Mary Polityka Bush
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      Calm and Political Upheaval: The Textiles of Belarus
            by Donna Druchunas
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      Belarusian Wrist Warmers to Knit
            by Donna Druchunas
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      Anastazija and Antanas Tamosaitis: Champions of Lithuanian Folk Art
            by Donna Druchunas
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      Lithuanian Socks to Knit
            by Sonata Eidikiene
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      Embroidered Huipiles of Mexico's Isthmus of Tehuantepec
            by Cynthia LeCount Samaké
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      Festival Flowers to Embroider
            by Cynthia LeCount Samaké
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      The Bilum: A Symbol of New Guinean Women's Craft and Toil
            by Jill Bolton, Andrew Fyfe
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      A Looped String Bag
            by Jill Bolton
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      Sashiko: Practical and Beautiful
            by Akiyo Murono
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      A Sashiko Bag to Stitch
            by Akiyo Murono
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      Socks to Knit and Embellish with Sashiko
            by Stephanie van der Linden
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      Berlin Work: An Exuberance of Color
            by Irina Stepanova
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      Berlin-Work Fuchsia to Stitch
            by Irina Stepanova
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      Men's Socks from a 1918 Pattern
            by Ann Budd
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      Red, Purple, and Blue the Natural Way
            by Cheryl Kolander
    • CORRECTION:
      Rich Tradition of Turkish Knitted Stockings
            Winter 2010, Knitting Traditions
    • ONLINE EXTRAS
      Visit pieceworkmagazine.com for free projects and articles, the PieceWork index, back issues, and much more
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      Flora Klickmann: Author, Editor, Needleworker
            by Karen CK Ballard
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            by Karen CK Ballard
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      Yokohama Mama Shawl to Crochet
            by Doris Chan
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      The Queen's Lace: Anna Marie Jensen's royal connection
            by Ava T Coleman
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      Queen's Lace Doily to Knit
            by Ava T Coleman
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      Who Was Dorothy Reade?(lace-knitting pioneer, knitting archaeologist)
            by Donna Druchunas
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      Christening Gown with Dorothy Reade Lace Patterns to Knit
            by Debbie O'Neill
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            by Inna Voltchkova
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      Labor of Love: Repairing an Orenburg Lace Shawl
            by Galina A Khmeleva
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      Alençon: Queen of Lace, Lace of Queens(tracing its history from 1665)
            by Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell
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      An Empire Bee in Alençon-Style Lace to Stitch
            by Carolyn Wetzel
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      The Story of Carrickmacross Irish Lace-
      1816 Italian Honeymoon Trip at its Roots
            by Jo Ann Eurell and Mary Shields
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      Carrickmacross Lace Corner to Stitch
            by Marion B Jones
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      Marian Anderson's Bobbin-Lace Coverlet-
      American Contralto's 19th-century coverlet in The Lace Museum Collection
            by Anna Patra
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      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • ABBREVIATIONS/TECHNIQUES
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
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      The Allure of the Ribbon in Italian Fashion
            by Jeanine Robertson
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      Elisabetta's Bridal Bouquet Ribbons to Embroider
            by Jeanine Robertson
    • HISTORY:
      Ribbon Roses(examples from Arlene Baker's vintage ribbon flowers collection)
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      A Fortuny Ribbon Rose to Stitch
            by Arlene Baker
    • HISTORY:
      Mariano Furtuny and His Pleats
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      OYA: A Traditional Needle-Lace Embellishment
            by Carolyn Wetzel
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      OYA: Needle-Knotted Lace to Stitch
            by Carolyn Wetzel
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      Thousand Buttons from a Sunken Steamboat
            by Suzanne Smith Arney
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      Creating Style for Utility: Aprons Embellished with Trims
            by Julia Baratta
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      A Trim for an Apron to Knit
            by Margaret Sies
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      A Legacy of Crocheted, Tatted, and Knitted Edgings(Betty Baker)
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      Vintage Handkerchief Edgings to Crochet,
      Vintage Edgings and a Medallion to Tat,
      Vintage Edgings to Knit
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      Macrame Lace: A Very Victorian Trim
            by Kris Byrnes
    • PATTERN:
      A Scarf to Knit with Macrame Trim
            by Kris Byrnes
    • HISTORY:
      Home Work From Victorian Canada
            by Rebecca Blair
    • PATTERN:
      The Vandyke Collar to Knit
            by Rebecca Blair
    • HISTORY:
      Sew Fishy: the Use of Fish Scales in Victorian Embroidery
            by Erin Gilday
    • CORRECTION:
      Grace Coolidge's Great-Grandmother's Counterpane
            Jan/Feb. 2011
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    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • ABBREVIATIONS/TECHNIQUES
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Threads of Feeling, The Foundling Museum
      Art of the Americas, Museum of Fine Arts
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
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      Cross-stitch Encryption
            by Mary Polityka Bush
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      A Pouch with a Secret Message to Embroider
            by Mary Polityka Bush
    • PATTERN:
      Venetian Needle Lace and the Waves Medallion to Stitch
            by Silvia Gardiol
    • HISTORY:
      Needlework in Children's Literature
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      The Law of Crochet(spoof in "Punch", May 1852)
            by Karen CK Ballard
    • PATTERN:
      Crotchet Castle Antimacassar to Filet Crochet
            by Karen CK Ballard
    • SHORT STORY:
      Agnes and Her Silk Stockings
            by Karen E Hooton
    • PATTERN:
      Agnes's Silk Stockings to Knit
            by Karen E Hooton
    • HISTORY:
      Miss Silver: Detective, Knitter
            by Ileana Grams-Moog
    • PATTERN:
      Baby Booties a la Miss Silver to Knit
            by Ileana Grams-Moog
    • HISTORY:
      General Jinjur's Army of Knitters(L Frank Baum's The Land of Oz(1904))
            by Joanna Johnson
    • PATTERN:
      General Jinjur's Jumper to Knit
            by Joanna Johnson
    • HISTORY:
      Maggie Tulliver's Needlework(George Eliot's The Mill on the Floss(1860))
            by Kristine Byrnes
    • PATTERN:
      Maggie's Muffatees to Knit
            by Kristine Byrnes
    • HISTORY:
      Dutch Poem and Knitting in the Netherlands
            by Donna Druchunas
    • PATTERN:
      Dutch Skating Mitten to Knit
            by Donna Druchunas
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    • NOTIONS(from the editor)
      Letter
            by Jeane Hutchins
    • ABBREVIATIONS/TECHNIQUES
    • TAPESTRY(New and Noteworthy):
      Splendor of Thread, Istanbul's Sacred Textiles
      Symposium Proceedings Available
    • ADVERTISER'S INDEX
    • BOOKMARKS(book reviews)
    • BY POST(reader's letters)
    • CALENDAR
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    • HISTORY:
      Berlin Wool: Fine Fiber from an Innovative Age
            by Irina Stepanova
    • PATTERN:
      Berlin-Work Needle Book to Stitch
            by Irina Stepanova
    • HISTORY:
      Re-Creating Ancient Egyptian Socks
            by Charlotte Booth
    • PATTERN:
      A Coptic Sock to Recreate
            by Charlotte Booth
    • HISTORY:
      Icelandic Wool
            by Evelyn A Clark
    • PATTERN:
      Icelandic Beret to Knit
            by Evelyn A Clark
    • HISTORY:
      Riesines: Lithuanian Wrist Warmers Lovingly Crafted from Fine Wool and Beads
            by Donna Druchunas
    • PATTERN:
      Riesines from Lithuania to Knit
            by Donna Druchunas
    • PATTERN:
      Ushki Wool Hat to Knit
            by Inna Voltchkova
    • HISTORY:
      On the Edge: How a Handful of People Have Preserved Some Rare, Valuable Sheep and Their Wools
            by Deborah Robson
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            by Ann Budd
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            by Carol Huebscher Rhoades
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            by Alexis Manzanares
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            by Lynne Zacek Bassett
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            by Kristi Schueler
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      Made With Wool Contest Winners
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      Tools From Our Readers(photo gallery)
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      Scissors, Shears and Snips
            by Grace Goss, Loveland Museum(Colorado)
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      A Pinkeep to Stitch in Punch Needle
            by Brenda Gervais
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      Hazy History of Knitting Needles
            by Anne Berk
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      Making Artificial Flowers with Flower Irons
            by Arlene Baker
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      A Rose Bouquet Kit
            by Arlene Baker
    • HISTORY:
      The Sewing Bird: Love Charm, Health Tonic, and Lady's Companion
            by Erin Gilday
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      A Bag for Knitters to Knit
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      Bosnian Crochet: Rediscovering a Lost Craft
            by Cat Stolzenbach
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      Hat With a Bosnian Twist to Crochet
            by Cat Stolzenbach
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      Patriotic Knitting Bags and Tools of the World Wars
            by Karen CK Ballard
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      Tambour: A Dance of the Hands
            by Robert Haven
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      A Scarf to Tambour-Embroider
            by Robert Haven
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      Geometric Knitted Motifs: Knitting Needles Can Help Track Them
            by Ava T Coleman
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            by Ava T Coleman
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      Reweaving Damaged Fabric: Patience Is a Virtue(Fabricon Company of Chicago)
            by Monette Satterfield
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      Looping, and Knitting, Along the Viking Trail
            by Marge Thorell
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      Atle Beret to Knit: A Viking Cable Project
            by Elsebeth Lavold
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      English Retreat and Scottish Tour
      Annemor Sundbo Receives Norwegian State Grant
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            by Barbara Jackson
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            by Joanna Johnson
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            by Kathy Augustine
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      Braids into Brushstrokes: An Artist Finds Her Medium
            by Janice Horton
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            by Mariko Simon
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            by Mariko Simon
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            by Ileana Grams-Moog
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            by Anna-Liza Armfield
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            by Laurie Sundstrom
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      History of Filet Crochet: Practical Pictorial Designs
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            by Susan Strawn
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            by Susan Strawn
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            by Celeste Chalasani
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            by Celeste Chalasani
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      Sweet Remembrance: The Language of Flowers in Needlework
            by Irina Stepanova
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      One Knitted Motif, Many Names
            by Donna Druchunas
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            by Donna Druchunas
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            by Karen E Hooton
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      A Baby Bonnet to Embroider in Whitework
            by Mary Polityka Bush
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      To Everything There Is a Season- A Pincushion to Knit
            by June Hariprashad
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      Or Nué: the Gold Standard in Pictorial Embroidery
            by Mary Polityka Bush
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      An Or Nué Heart to Embroider
            by Mary Polityka Bush
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      Pictorial Knitting Techniques
            by Anne Berk
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      Cottage Industry Mittens and Wristers
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      Adventures in Textiles at the Denver Art Museum
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