Well, it’s a definite go, folks! It’s time to stitch up some history with the Wheelers Mitts Kits. The Wheeler Mitts Knitting Kits, named.
Continued from The Huron Wristers: a story of connections part 1 Was there a family tie to either Estonia or the British Isles? The.
The story of the creation of the Huron Wristers is a story of connections: the connection of past to present, of generation to generation..
I enjoy reading about and researching historic textiles. For me, these vintage textiles provide a invaluable, tangible link to our past. And as I.
They are done! My very first knitting kit is all put together and ready to be delivered! The Huron Wrister Kit, inspired by history.
The Blyth History Stitcher is at it again… naturally dyed palette created by FACTS and beautiful wool from Steele Wool Farm, this is definitely a creative fibre collaboration;.
If you are like me and love to look through vintage knitting and crochet patterns, I just recently stumbled upon an online resource that.
The Lace Museum is offering an online workshop in Halas Lace starting September 24. For more information and registration: https://www.thelacemuseum.org/workshops.html Halas lace was first made.
From the TEXTILE RESEARCH CENTRE – Two cross stitch embroidery charts from 18th century Germany. In the forthcoming volume of the Encyclopedia of Embroidery.
In past centuries, women crafted heirloom needlework and textiles that were practical and beautiful, combining function with artistic expression. These beautiful household textiles from.