Get all six issues Piecework magazine from 2010 in a handy CD. The magazines are in PDF format, and you can print out the pattern to work from. The included issues are:
January/February -- 4th Annual Historical Knitting Issue, A knitting Tale: Ice Harbor Compass, 17th Century Circling Purls Pattern, Mitts with Tongues, Who was Miss Money?
March/April -- Everyday Textiles from the Past, Learn to make a Weave-it pin afghan, Knitting for Survival, Vintage Monograms to Crochet, Embroider Hand Towels with 17th century Motifs, and Knit an Ear-of-Corn Pot Holder.
May/June -- Lace 3rd Annual Issue, The Great Pretender - Dresden Lace Embroidery, Preserving a Tatted-Lace Legacy, Discover Herbert Niebling's Lace Knitting, Extraordinary Belgian Needle Lace
July/August -- Homage to Samplers, Things that go Bump on Your Knitting, Make a Smocking Sampler
September/October -- What Would Miss Marple Knit? Purses to Make from Jane Austen's Sewing Box, Rose Wilder Lane from "Little House" to Needlework Author, 10 Literary-Inspired Projects
November/December 2010 -- Connected by Threads, Crochet a Russian Lace Shawl, Trace the History of Silk, Knit 1880s Fancy Mittens, From the Middle Ages--Italian Counted Thread