PieceWork March/April 1993 Digital Edition
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PieceWork March/April 1993
Handwork reflects people’s history, daily lives, and cultures. In this issue’s stories, hand work means physical survival, personal hope, and cultural identity. It represents a change in women’s education and, as depicted in richly colored fourteenth-century paintings, a change in religious views. The importance of handwork lies as much in the process as in the finished item. Indulge in traditional techniques!
Inside PieceWork March/April 1993 you’ll find:
- Irish Crochet: When Famine Ravaged in Ireland
- And I Continue: The Embroidered Life of Anna Kuczma
- What’s at Hand: Using Cotton Sacks in Quilt Making
- Celebrating the Pine: Pine Needle Basketry’s Diverse Roots
- A Mother’s Care: The Knitting Madonna's
- A Virtuous Sweat-Shop: The Deer field Embroidery Story
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