PieceWork Historical Knitting 2011-2014 Collection Download
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Explore historical knitting with PieceWork magazine's historical knitting issues! This digital collection
connects today's knitters with those of the past.
Discover stories of past knitters, vintage-inspired projects, and so much more. This collection includes
four digital editions of PieceWork historical
knitting issues exactly as they were originally
printed in 2011-2014.
Inlcuded in this Digital Collection:
JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2011: In this fifth annual historical knitting issue, explore the tradition of knitting wedding socks from Turkey, and First Lady Grace Coolidge's Knitted Counterpane. Learn the Swedish method of two-end knitting, recreate 17th century stockings, and more.
JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2012: Meet extraordinary knitter Anna Munster, a Jewish physician who knitted gloves during World War II; and Faustino Quispe Cruz, who knits traditional caps at the almost unimaginable gauge of about 22 stitches per inch (9 stitches per cm). Projects include knitted purses, a headband, an Orenburg scarf, a shawl, gloves, and a baby cardigan.
JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2013: Knit colorful Armenian socks, traditional Orenburg mittens for men and boys, and more. Plus, explore the earliest known knitting pattern from 1655 London and the history of knitted Polka jackets from 1849.
JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2014: This issue features the Oldest Knitting in the New World, A 16-Century Basque Whaler's Cap; Knitting from the Ocean Floor: Treasures from the General Carleton, The Spectacular Knitted Gloves from Sanquhar, Spencer Jacketsm Wedding Dress from a World War II Parachute, and much more.
Download your PieceWork Historical Knitting 2011-2014 Digital Collection today.
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