Date: 04-26-2005, 09:28 AM (1 of 2)
I happened upon a new magazine, new to me anyway. It is called Piecework. Published bi-monthly by www.interweave.com
It is entirely handwork. Lots of ethnic stitching, interesting articles and new sites to surf thru. A story on May Morris, daughter of William Morris the famous English stitcher. They included a design on silk dupioni to stitch for a runner. So elegant.
There is also a new book out called Hip to Stitch by Melinda Barta. 20 contemporary projects embellished with thread. That sounds neat too.
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Date: 04-26-2005, 10:31 AM (2 of 2)
|It's been around for a while, I learned the secret to shuttle tatting from it years ago. Glad you found it, it is one that never gets "dated" and you end up with a closet full, cannot throw away! Betty||
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