PieceWork January/February 2014

PieceWork's 8th Annual Historical Knitting Issue features knitted gloves, 16th-Century Peruvian knitted socks, and more.
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PieceWork's 8th Annual Historical Knitting Issue!

PieceWork January/February 2014 is the 8th annual historical knitting issue featuring knitting patterns and stories of the past for the knitters of today.

Knit 16th-Century Peruvian Socks, Create your own 1785 Sailor's Cap, and knit spectactular Sanquhar-Patterened Gloves!

This issue of PieceWork magazines includes:
  • A study of spencer jackets from the Regency era, as well as a Jane Austen-inspired Kerseymere Spencer Jacket to knit.
  • A look at the glorious gloves of Sanquhar and Nancy Bush's Sanquhar Gloves in a Drum Pattern to knit.
  • A story of Wool, Whaling, and the Red Bay Burial: Resurrecting a 16-Century Whaling cap with a Basque cap to knit.
  • A study of the oldest knitting in the world, with Magealena de Cao Viejo Stockings to knit.
  • A story of textile archaeologists and craftspeople working together.
  • Treasures from the ocean floor with a look at knits from General Carleton.
  • A tribute baby sweater to knit.
  • And even a knitted wedding dress from a WWII parachute.

This historical issue of PieceWork magazine also features necessities for the knitter, an upcoming calendar of events for needleworkers, and more.

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