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Enjoy all 6 issues of PIECEWORK MAGAZINE exactly as they were printed in 2000.

This CD is so slick! You get inspiration for knitting, crochet, quilting, embroidery and so much more right at your fingertips. You just pop in the CD and enjoy the ease of navigating through an entire year's worth of Piecework issues.

Discover the magazines as they were printed in 2000 with a time-saving electronic index. You can also search each issue by keywords of your choosing such as:

  • Names of master needle-workers

  • Specific or general techniques

  • Favorite projects

  • Products or equipment

  • Challenges and results

January/February 2000
Welcome to the new millennium. As we celebrate a new century, join us in reflecting on needlework’s history. Learn how to make a sixteenth-century needlepoint design and a Mariner’s compass quilt and discover 18h-century embroidered globes and plain-sewing samplers.

March/April 2000
Learn about the women who settled the American west—from the amazing Rattlesnake Kate to the characters depicted in Laura Ingalls Wilders’s beloved Little House books. Discover family history in a hooked stair runner, make a feathered star quilt block, knit the “Prairie Shawl,” or crochet a lacy edging.

May/June 2000
Join us in honoring expressions of love and friendship through needlework. The history of gloves is a long and rich tale of romance and intrigue; friendship quilts have served to memorialize friends and family. Make your own friendship quilt block or make a greeting card with huck embroidery to brighten someone’s day.

July/August 2000
This issue is filled with projects to inspire and delight you. Learn about Hutterite sweetheart handkerchiefs and then stitch a Hutterite motif on your own handkerchief. See the results of the PieceWork Pincushion Contest and make your own version. Plus eight more beautiful projects to experiment with.

September/October 2000
Follow the Silk Road and discover beautiful needlework from the East. See examples of chintz from India, embroidery from the Ottoman Empire, embroidered shoes for bound feet from China, beautifully decorated Arab clothing, and shawls from Russia. Then, embroider a silk and gold scarf, knit a warm shawl, and make an Egyptian-influenced table runner.

November/December 2000
Celebrate needlework for children with this issue. Explore Queen Mary’s dolls’ house (which is complete with its own garage and cars).Travel back to a time when children learned embroidery and examine the intricate samplers they created. Knit a baby bonnet and learn how to stitch a hollie-point medallion to decorate any article of baby clothing.


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