Enjoy all 12 issues of Piecework Magazine exactly as they were printed in 2004 and 2005 -- that's 2 whole years worth! Navigate through two year's worth of PieceWork issues. Discover the magazines as they were printed in 2004 and 2005 with a time-saving electronic index. You can also search each issue by keywords of your choosing such as: Names of masters of spinning; Specific or general techniques; Favorite projects; Products or equipment such as spindle, wheel, yarns, etc. ; Challenges and results. Table of Contents: Editorial Calendar 2004?2005; January/February 2004 Embroider a Heart, Knit Valentine Gloves, Crochet a Korsnas Bag; March/April 2004 Knit Nordic Flower Sachets, Tat a Square Medallion, Embroider Your Own Gift Wrap; May/June 2004 Wedding Celebration; July/August 2004 Travel the World of Needlework; September/October 2004 Knit a Back-to-School Cap, Tapestry Crochet a Cat Pillow; November/December 2008 Knit Tiny Stockings, Tat a Delicate Snowflake, Much-Loved Dolls; January/February 2005 Remake and Reuse Your Treasures; March/April 2005 Embroider a Stunning Victorian Pillow, Simple French Bath Mitts to Knit; May/June 2005 Embroider a Striking Silk Peacock, Knit a Romantic Cashmere Heart Scarf; July/August 2005 Recycle Old Lace: Make a Patchwork Keepsake; September/October 2005 Knit a Quick Quilt Pattern, Stitch Memories Together, Kaffe Fassett's Baby Quilt to Make; November/December 2005 Knit Lovable Winter Dolls, Crochet a Beret, Crafts with Kids.