PieceWork, September/October 2015 Digital Edition
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PieceWork September/October 2015
The September/October issue of PieceWork Magazine is literary-inspired! We start off with Kathy Augustine's "Stitching with Paint: Inside
the World of Jan Brett." Jan Brett writes and illustrates delightful
books for children of all ages; each is permeated with folklore and
folk costume and each is mesmerizing.
Mimi Seyferth uncovered fascinating information about beloved
American author Nathaniel Hawthorne: "When most people think of
[Nathaniel Hawthorne] and needlework, their minds turn to his novel
The Scarlet Letter (1850) and the intricately embroidered scarlet letter
A worn by the skilled seamstress Hester Prynne as a symbol of her
adultery. But it is a little known fact that, while convalescing from a foot
injury suffered when he was nine years old, Hawthorne knitted a pair
of stockings for the cat who then reigned in his family's household."
How delicious is that?? And there's more-references to knitting are a
constant thread in many of Hawthorne's works.
You'll also find Arthur Conan Doyle's socks, Margaret Oliphant's Hester:
A Story of Contemporary Life written in 1883, the role of bobbin lace in
Italian Carlo Goldoni's eighteenth-century plays, and "The Hatfield-McCoy
Feud Reimagined." However, we haven't just looked to the past for our
"Needlework in Literature" examples. Two of our contributors drew their
inspiration from current popular fiction: Diana Gabaldon's Outlander and
George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series.
Plus! The winners of the 2015 Pincushion Contest are revealed!
Features and Projects included in this issue:
- Stitching with Paint: Inside the World of Jan Brett by Kathy Augustine
- For a Special Baby: Treva's Boots to Knit, Felt, and Embroider by Kathy Augustine
- Little Red's Infinity Hood to Crochet by Brenda K. B. Anderson
- A Hat Inspiried by Sansa to Knit by Katrina King
- Nathaniel Hawthorne and Knitting by Mimi Seyferth
- House of the Seven Gables Socks to Knit by Mimi Seyferth
- Beaufoy Socks for Independent Women to Knit by Carol Huebscher Rhoades
- Socks, Seacute;ances, and Sherlock Holmes by Donna Druchunas
- Journey Thorough Time: Socks Inspired by Outlander to Knit by Heatherly Walker
- Medallion Russian Shawl to Knit by Inna Voltchkova
- Needlework on Stage: Venetian Lace in Carlo Goldoni's Plays by Isabella Campagnol
- The Hatfield-McCoy Feud Reimagined by Mary Polityka Bush
Download your copy of PieceWork September/October 2015 today!
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