Literary-Inspired Projects to Knit, Crochet, Hook, and Cross-Stitch
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Literary-Inspired Projects to Knit, Crochet, Hook, and Cross-Stitch eBook
Every September/October issue of PieceWork Magazine is literary-inspired! These issues have been popular with our readers, but also help us at Piecework to discover new books to instantly add to our ever-growing Book Wish List. This eBook starts out with Mimi Seyferth's stunning scarf inspired by the twist of crimson silk that Grace Ansley is knitting in Edith Whartons short story Roman Fever, originally published in 1934. The next project is Betty Heaths delightful hooked trivet with its sweet cats will brighten up your tea table. See how Abbi Byrd perfectly captured the colors in Titas world as described in Laura Esquivels Like Water for Chocolate in this striking bedspread in the third project. The fourth project is Mary Polityka Bushs delightful needle book which was inspired by pieces worked on perforated paper that are included in Vickie LoPiccolo Jennetts Sonoran Borders: Threads of Friendship. The final project is inspired by the Chanel design knitted by Margery Sharps character, Lesley Frewen, in The Flowering Thorn, this rich blue cardigan accented with cream-colored trim is perfect for your journeyin town or country. We are sure you will love this eBook and the accompanying projects!
Projects included in this eBook:
- A Scarf from a Twist of Crimson Silk to Knit Mimi Seyferth
- A Hooked Hot-Dish Trivet Betty Heath
- Titas Kaleidoscope Bedspread to Crochet Abbi Byrd
- A Perforated-Paper Needle Book to Cross-Stitch Mary Polityka Bush
- The Lesley Jacket to Knit Anna-Liza Armfield
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