PieceWork 2012-2014 Lace Collection Download

Do you love lace? PieceWork presents their second collection, all about lace! Enjoy PieceWork's traditional lace issues from 2012-2014 in this collection.
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PieceWork magazine's annual lace issues celebrate the stories of lacemakers and include lace projects inspired by historical lace knitting, crochet lace, bobbin lace, and tatting.

MAY/JUNE 2012: Meet Margarete Naumann and her hand-knotted lace, Sir Henry Borlase and his bobbin-lacemaking school, Tessie Leonard and her historical Clones lace designs, and World War I veteran Chester Ross Bentz, Sr. and his tatting. You'll also discover reticella (Italian for “little net”), one of the oldest forms of needle lace; Depression Lace, cross-stitch embroidery worked on a gingham ground fabric; and knitted lace.

MAY/JUNE 2013: The 6th annual lace issue of PieceWork magazine indulges in knitted, needle, bobbin, crocheted, and machine-made lace. Margaret Stove explores the history behind a “Shetland Knitter in New Zealand” and provides the pattern for her stunning knitted Shetland Scarf. Plus, Galina Khmeleva shares her pattern for an Orenburg lacy labor of love.

MAY/JUNE 2014: From 15th and 16th century Venetian monasteries to present-day Japan, discover articles and projects for knitted, tatted (both needle and shuttle), bobbin, and crocheted lace. In the May/June 2014 issue of PieceWork, you'll find instructions for an heirloom Irish crocheted christening bonnet, stunning lacy knitted socks fit for a queen, a delicate tatted scarf, and much more!

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