• Connecting with Spinning History

    Editors' Note: We invited Liz Good, managing editor of PieceWork 's sister magazine Spin-Off , to tell us about a fascinating collection of historic photographs in the upcoming Spring 2012 issue. This advertising card was produced in 1893 by Wm. Liddell & Co. Linen Manufacturers of Belfast, Ireland, and New York. By all accounts, Queen Victoria
    Posted to Traditions Today (Weblog) by Liz Good on Feb 28, 2012
  • Jane Austen Knits, 2011

    On the Cover: Theme Scarf by Stephenie Gaustad DEPARTMENTS Editor's Page Dry Goods Glossary/Abbreviations Advertisers' Index Project Index Northanger Abbey Hood by Catherine Salter Bayar Lydia Military Spencer by Annie Modesitt Emma Shrug by Tian Connaughton FEATURES KNITTING TO AUSTEN by Amy O'Neill Houck THE MIGHTY MUSLIN by Susan Forgue
    Posted to Jane Austen Knits (Weblog) by Liz Good on Oct 12, 2011
  • Artist or Craftsperson?

    Do you see yourself as an artist or craftsperson? For me, it depends on the project...for example when I make my standard by-the-pattern baby sweater for a friend I feel crafty, and when I design/customize something myself I feel artistic, like it really says something about me.
  • Re: When does a craft become art?

    These are great points! Working at Fiberarts magazine for the last four years, I have given this question a lot of thought (although that doesn't mean I have the answer!). I think a lot of the discussion comes down to how people view the terms "craft" and "art". Personally, I see the main difference between the two as intention
  • Knitted Fiber Art Rocks!

    Anyone making knitted art work? I look forward to seeing what you are up to!
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