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PieceWork Summer 2019

PieceWork is the only magazine for those who love all things made by hand and the history behind them. Every issue explores the life and work of traditional needleworkers, takes an in-depth look at historical needlework techniques, and gives instructions for making heirloom-quality projects of your own.

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United States
언어:
English
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Interweave Press, LLC - Magazine
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EDITORIAL EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Jeane HutchinsGROUP EDITORIAL DIRECTOR, YARN AND FIBER Anne MerrowMANAGING EDITOR Laura HulslanderASSISTANT EDITOR Elizabeth ProseCROCHET PROJECT EDITOR Susanna TobiasTECHNICAL EDITORS Deanna Hall West, Lori GayleCOPY EDITOR Veronica PattersonPROOFREADER Nancy ArndtCONTRIBUTING EDITORS Nancy Bush, Susan Strawn MARKETING & ADVERTISING ADVERTISING MANAGER Diane KocalAD TRAFFICKER Lori HauserSENIOR GROUP MARKETING MANAGER Jessi Rodriguez CREATIVE GROUP ART DIRECTOR, CRAFT Emily SimpsonDESIGNER Connie PoolePRODUCTION DESIGNER Mark DobrothPROJECT PHOTOGRAPHY George BoePHOTOSTYLING Ann Swanson INTERWEAVE FOUNDER Linda LigonDIRECTOR OF CONTENT, CRAFT Tiffany WarbleDIRECTOR OF MEDIA SALES Julie MacdonaldDIRECTOR OF MARKETING Kim Greenlee CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Gregory J. OsbergSVP, GENERAL MANAGER—F+W CRAFTS GROUP David PyleMANAGING DIRECTOR—F+W INTERNATIONAL James WoollamVP, CONSUMER MARKETING John PhelanVP, DIGITAL Jason RevzonVP, PRODUCT MANAGEMENT Pat Fitzgerald…

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notions

Welcome to the Who Knew? issue of PieceWork! As I have said on this page many times, each issue of the magazine always brings something new to me. This issue, however, has outdone itself. Take, for example: The preponderance of sock knitting shown in Danish portraits, particularly those painted during Denmark’s Golden Age of Painting in the nineteenth century. The two images shown here are in addition to the images that accompany Mimi Seyferth’s engaging article, “Sock Knitting during the Golden Age of Danish Painting.” Mimi quotes Anna Schram Vejlby, a curator at the Hirschsprung Collection in Copenhagen: “The knitting of stockings in portraits . . . became a tactile sign of romantic and maternal love . . . a textile symbol of emotion.” The phrase “a textile symbol…

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necessities

Gilded SnipsThe Art Nouveau Gold Embroidery Scissors from Snuggly Monkey Crafts make an elegant gift for the special needleworker in your life. The 1-inch (2.5-cm) blades will cleanly cut your most delicate flosses and threads. Plus, the embossed sheath will protect you from being poked by the sharp tip when the snips are not in use. Scissors measure 4½ inches (11.4 cm) long. www.snugglymonkey.com. Long and LustrousCascade Yarns presents a new yarn just in time for summer. Noble Cotton is spun from 100% mercerized long-staple cotton, which has a subtle sheen and offers durability. The DK-weight yarn can be machine washed and dried, making it perfect for easy-care garments. Shown in color #60 Periwinkle. www.cascadeyarns.com. Flexible NeedlesThe rosewood Adjustable Straight Knitting Needle System from My Two Ladies…

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discover a new knitting tradition with galina khmeleva

For over 300 years, the elegant lace shawls from Orenburg, Russia beguiled knitters and collectors alike. While many lace knitters may be acquainted with the delicate “gossamer webs” for which Orenburg is famous, in this online workshop Galina Khmeleva focuses on the “warm shawl,” a much sturdier, yet more luxurious cousin seldom found outside the region.Through a series of instructional videos, interview segments, and archival photographs, this online workshop will cover a brief history, tools and materials, 10 basic motifs, the unique construction of the warm shawl, how to wash, block, and finish your shawl, and so much more.Plus, this online workshop also features downloadable charts and 2 full patterns for an Orenburg warm shawl. Learn more about the Orenburg Warm Shawl at Interweave.com…

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Silk taffeta court coat. Embroidery, silver and gold lace, hand-cut glass sequins. 1800. Ceremonial court attire presented wearers a canvas for exuberance. By wearing such ornate ensembles, one publically validated his or her high social status and proximity to the monarch. Collection of the Maryland Historical Society; gift of Mr. James R. Herbert Boone. (1973.48.12). From the exhibition Spectrum of Fashion: Highlights from the Fashion Archives at the Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland. Exhibitions Berkeley, California: May 18, 2019–May 5, 2020. Shawls of Lace: A New Beginning, at Lacis Museum of Lace and Textiles. (510) 843-7290; www.lacismuseum.org. Los Angeles, California: Through July 28. Power of Pattern: Central Asian Ikats from the David and Elizabeth Reisbord Collection, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. (323) 857-6010; www.lacma.org.…

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the last word

Deeper than Indigo: Tracing Thomas Machell, Forgotten Explorer Jenny Balfour PaulSurrey, England: Medina Publishing, 2015. Hardbound, 320 pages, £18.99. ISBN 978-1-909339-53-8. Estonian Knitting 2: Socks and Stockings Anu PinkTüri, Estonia: Saara Publishing House, 2018. Hardbound, 384 pages, €36.80. ISBN 978-9949-7268-2-0. Fray: Art + Textile Politics Julia Bryan-WilsonChicago, Illinois: The University of Chicago Press, 2017. Hardbound, 326 pages, $55. ISBN 978-0-226-07781-9. Mending Matters: Stitch, Patch, and Repair Your Favorite Denim & More Katrina RodabaughNew York: Abrams Books, 2018. Hardbound, 224 pages, $24.99. ISBN 978-1-4197-2947-0. Spectrum: Heritage Patterns and Colors Introduction by Ros Byam ShawNew York: Thames & Hudson, 2018. Hardbound, 256 pages, $34.95. ISBN 978-0-500-48026-7.…

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