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Enjoy all 6 issues of PieceWork Magazine exactly as they were printed in 1998.
This CD is so slick! You get inspiration for knitting, crochet, quilting, embroidery and so much more right at your fingertips. You just pop in the CD and enjoy the ease of navigating through one year's worth of scanned PieceWork issues. Discover the magazines as they were printed in 1998 with a time-saving electronic index. You can also search each issue by keywords of your choosing such as:
January/February 1998Opa! Travel through Greece by textiles with Nell Znamierowski. You’ll also see gorgeous kites from Japan and knitted shawls from the Faroe Islands. Knit your own Faroe Island shawl and learn tricks for shadow embroidery.March/April 1998Explore traditions all over Europe with crazy patchwork quilts, Romanian beadwork, Sicilian cross-stitch, and Estonian knitting. Practice new tricks with a crazy-quilt motif to paint, Sicilian cross-stitch patterns, and a beaded Romanian motif to stitch.May/June 1998Discover the joys of working in miniature with miniature quilts, needlepoint samplers, and needlepoints rugs, plus the miniature works of Narcissa Thorne. July/August 1998This issue honors Native American crafts, including knitting, quilting, embroidery, basketry, and beadwork. Meet some Native American crafters and try your hand at traditional beadwork, quillwork, and knitting techniques.September/October 1998Learn the history of America’s teddy bear and then stitch together your own version with the included pattern. You can even crochet a teddy bear collar! There’s also knitted lace, counted cross-stitch, and a quilt from the 1880’s.November/December 1998Celebrate holiday stitching in this issue, from tatted baby caps to log cabin quilts to Andean knitting. You’ll also enjoy embroidered postcards from World War I and then learn how to embroider your own special holiday postcard.
I love this collection and I've only just started looking at them. I can look at them in the comfort of my living room on my lap top. Then print out articles I want to study. And What a Great Price!!!!!!
(Posted on 1/4/2014)
(Posted on 1/4/2014)