PieceWork 2010-2014 Literary Collection Download

Celebrate needlework's appearance in literature with stories and projects in the 2010-2014 PieceWork Magazine Literary Collection!
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PieceWork Magazine's 2010-2014 Literary Collection
 
Discover literature and needlework like never before!
 
PieceWork magazine’s annual literary-inspired issues celebrate needlework’s appearance in literature with stories and projects. With this collection, enjoy the first four premiere Literary issues: September/October 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2014.
 
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SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2010: Did you know Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple was an avid knitter? Various types of needlework appear often in children and young adult literature, including Laura Ingalls Wilder’s books and articles. This issue also includes ten literary-inspired projects to make as gifts.

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2011: From the prolific English author Patricia Wentworth, meet ace British detective and serious knitter Miss Silver. Then there’s cross-stitcher Eliza, Countess of Zeur, a double agent working as a spy for Louis XIV and William of Orange who is featured prominently in Neal Stephenson’s Quicksilver. Plus, this issue of PieceWork features 8 needlework projects.

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2013: Discover a crocheted afghan inspired by a bedspread from Like Water for Chocolate, meet yarn shop owner Miss Terwilliger from Homer Price, and learn how Charlotte Brontë (1816–1855) used the hierarchy of needlework to develop the characters and setting in Jane Eyre, first published in 1847.

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2014: The fourth-annual literary issue of PieceWork features the winning entries from the This I Have Wrought needlework contest, featuring words in needlework inspired by classic literature. Plus, knit a reticule from Jane Austen’s era, celebrate sewing in Daniel Defoe’s Moll Flanders, and much more.

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