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Want to learn how to make broomstick lace? Need ideas for quick-to-make holiday gifts? Intrigued by beautiful, well-crafted needlework tools and supplies? Want to knit a luscious angora scarf for someone special? You’ll find all of these and much more in the November/December 2009 issue of PieceWork. Our step-by-step broomstick lace workshop sets the stage for creating the christening bag project shown on the cover of this issue; three-fourths of the bag is knitted; the remainder is broomstick lace. Our heart-shaped ornaments to knit are perfect tokens of affection for the holiday and are quick to make. The name Sajou has been synonymous with French needlework supplies for centuries. The recipient of the angora scarf will be thrilled. Explore the diaries of Henrietta McGuffey Hepburn; this daughter of William McGuffey, father of the McGuffey Readers, wrote about her needlework projects. And don’t miss our adorable “Dragon Slippers to Stitch for a Child”! Enjoy!!