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About PieceWork

PieceWork Magazine is the only magazine for those who adore historical knitting, embellished clothing, stunning quilts, and exquisite lacework - all made by hand. Well-researched articles explore the life and work of traditional needleworkers, include an in-depth look at needlework techniques, and give instructions for making beautiful projects of your own. If you love history and needlework, you'll love PieceWork Magazine.

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One of a Kind


Piecework covers all historical needlework, so there is great variety in each issue. Find articles on your favorite craft as well as tutorials and hhistory about techniques you never heard of before. If you are interested in everything that can be done with thread or yarn, Piecework is a magazine you will look forward to every issue.

4 out of 5

This is a great craft magazine.


Have enjoyed the magazine. Good variety of crafts represented. Interesting history of the different crafts.

5 out of 5

Best Magazine for crafters ever!


Loads of info on the needle arts using traditional and modern methods. Very well researched and thoughtful articles in every issue. A must have for every crafters shelf!

5 out of 5

This is the best magazine on needlework history.


This is THE magazine for people who are interested in the history of all types of needlework. It contains stories about textile history, patterns for making reproductions of historic textile items, and articles on antique textile tools. Many of the issues focus on one type of needlework, such as knitting, embroidery, crochet... Past issues I particularly enjoyed included one containing articles on WWII knitting and another with a touching story on the Triangle Shirt Factory, and one with articles on crochet.

4 out of 5

History and crafts combined


I've seen older copies of this magazine as well as recent editions and it's one of the more interesting texts I've encountered. I've read about handwork that I didn't even know existed prior to reading the articles. The included projects are generally very elegant and fun to look at and read about, whether or not a person is interested in actually doing them.


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