PieceWork, September/October 2014 Digital Edition

Celebrate needlework in literature with the Annual Literary Issue of PieceWork September/October 2014!
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PieceWork September/October 2014

This fourth special issue of PieceWork combines literature and needlework!

In the previous issues (September/October 2010, 2011, and 2012), we have looked at knitting from the perspective of Miss Marple, Agatha Christie’s brilliant sleuth; the sampler that Eliza, a double agent in the fictional world of Quicksilver, set in the time of Louis XIV and James II, cross-stitches; and the magnificent crocheted bedspread that plays a prominent role in the novel Like Water for Chocolate.

For this issue, we have gone even further afield, ranging from plain sewing in Daniel Defoe’s Moll Flanders to rug hooking in Lucy Maud Montgomery’s Pat of Silver Bush and knitting in Edith Wharton’s short story “Roman Fever.” And there’s much more.

Order or download your copy of PieceWork September/October 2014!

Enjoy seven needlework projects from timeless literature in PieceWork September/October 2014.

Take a look at the projects and articles included:

  • This I Have Wrought: Words in Needlework Contest 2014 Winners
  • Isabella Bird: Traveler Extraordinaire
    by Carol Huebscher Rhoades
  • Isabella’s Scarf to Knit
    by Carol Huebscher Rhoades
  • Lucy Maud Montgomery: Hooking Stories
    by Dana Gerberi
  • A Hooked Hot-Dish Trivet by Betty Heath
  • A Child’s Eye View: Life with the All-of-a-Kind Family by Mary Lycan
  • All-of-a-Kind Family Red Cross Sleeveless Sweater to Knit by Mary Lycan
  • Connecting Threads: Sharing a Love for Needlework by Mary Polityka Bush
  • A Perforated-Paper Needle Book to Cross-Stitch by Mary Polityka Bush
  • A Twist of Crimson Silk: Knitting in Edith Wharton’s “Roman Fever” by Mimi Seyferth
  • A Scarf from a Twist of Crimson Silk to Knit
    by Mimi Seyferth
  • The Old Man, the Llamas, and Machu Picchu
  • A Peruvian Tasseled Scarf to Knit
    by Linda Ligon
  • Plain Work, Worsted, and Bays: Moll Flanders, Daniel Defoe, and the Ancient Town of Colchester, England
    by Christopher John Brooke Phillips
  • Symbols in Samplers to Cross-Stitch
    by Christopher John Brooke Phillips
    Stitched by Patricia A. Phillips
  • A Reticule à la Jane Austen to Knit
    by Heatherly Walker

Celebrate needlework in literature!
Order or download PieceWork September/October 2014 today!

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