Crochet Traditions 2011

PieceWork is proud to present its new special issue publication, Crochet Traditions.
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Description
Crochet Traditions is a 148-page issue that explores the rich variety and techniques of crochet. Companion stories frame projects in their cultural or historical contexts. Crocheters from novice to advanced will love the special focus on techniques, ranging from basic and lace to tapestry and filet crochet. 

 

Inside you’ll find:

  • Over 35 projects ranging from buttons to edgings, purses to pillows, mitts to baby caps, and more.
  • Techniques from basic to lace, tapestry, and filet crochet.
  • Cultural and historical context for projects.
  • Resources to help beginners and advance the experienced.

 

Table of Contents

SKU: CT1100

Format: Magazine Single Issue

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Customer Reviews

beautiful magazine Review by Sandra
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A beautiful magazine..hope the beginning of a subscription!

(Posted on 5/14/14)

Best Crochet Magazine!! Review by Gabriel Chastain

this by far the best magazine on the market for information, history and patterns for the crochet fan!! I would love to see more of this type in the future!!

(Posted on 11/19/11)

Crochet Traditions, 2011 Review by NULL NULL

Like many who crochet, I often work on various crochet projects to distract me from worries. An article about how Grace Coolidge assuaged her grief over her son's death into a lovely bedspread for the Lincoln bedroom and for all Americans has deepened my admiration for the former First Lady. Also fascinating is an article on Morman women in the early settlements of Utah raised silkworms to make silk cloth. The historical articles and reprints of old patterns captured my interest. I'll definitely be looking for the next issue of Crochet Traditions.

(Posted on 11/11/11)

Crochet Traditions Review by Carl Holland

An outstanding publication full of interesting articles, must-try projects and excellent instructions. I made the Irish crochet pincushion for a gift. The pincushion was beautiful.

(Posted on 11/11/11)