Weldon's Practical Knitter, Series 29-32 Digital Pattern Book

PieceWork magazine is pleased to present this exact reproduction from Weldon’s Practical Needlework. It is a fitting example of needlework and history, hand in hand.

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PieceWork magazine is pleased to present this exact reproduction from Weldon’s Practical Needlework. It is a fitting example of needlework and history, hand in hand.

This electronic pattern book opens a window on another time and another place. The time is the turn of the twentieth century and the place is London, England. In an effort to bring needlework to the emerging middle class, Weldon’s, a paper pattern company of the Victorian era, began to publish monthly newsletters devoted to various crafts (beading, knitting, crochet, patchwork, and the like). These newsletters were typically 14 pages and cost 2 pence. Later, they were collected into book form, titled Weldon’s Practical Needlework. This series was included in Volume 10.

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History Lives!
A wonderful collection of patterns and stitches that appeal to lovers of the history and tradition of the art of knitting. Many projects are delightfully intricate, some are 'timed out' due to their practical applications in a time long past...but all are interesting and beg to be knit. Patterns for men, women, children, dolls, doilies...beautiful and delicate lace edgings...the "displaced Victorian's" dream pattern book. Review by Sherriebeth (Posted on 3/23/2016)
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