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Interweave Piecework CD 2001 Art no.: 21020

1 CD- 6 Issue

  • Piecework CD 2001
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Enjoy all 6 issues of Piecework Magazine exactly as they were printed in 2001.

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 magazine.

Discover the magazines as they were printed in 2001 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

Table of Contents

January/February 2001
The Special Lace Issue features bobbin lace, lace made from silver and gold, Halas lace, Romanian point lace, and sun laces. Make your own silver and gold bobbin-lace pendant or a Romanian point-lace butterfly.

March/April 2001
Discover a medieval manuscript sampler chart, beautiful examples of the embroidered coats and vests of Slovakia, and a form of Indian embroidery called zardozi. Also, find instructions for a cross-stitched portrait.

May/June 2001
This issue contains uncommon needlework techniques such as Russian punchneedle embroidery, Mountmellick embroidery, Wessex stitchery, and nålbinding. There are projects to try in each of these techniques. Plus, see examples of the beautiful embroidery done by the Russian Old Believers.

July/August 2001
Celebrate samplers with PieceWork. Discover the winners of the sampler contest and then try your hand at them yourself. Make your own knitted sampler and discover samplers from the Victoria and Albert Museum.

September/October 2001
Learn about the paisley motif and try a paisley pattern to bead. Get a sense of Victorian whimsy through crazy quilts. Then tat a pincushion, knit a wheat-ear border, or embroider covered buttons.

November/December 2001
This issue has seven holiday projects, including a needlepointed and beaded purse, a “crazy” pattern scarf to crochet, and a Victorian lace square to appliqué and embroider. Also explore the Needlework Festival of Britain and application lace at the Great Exhibition of 1851.

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