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Martha Waterman, of Janesville, Iowa, teaches, writes about, and creates traditional needlework, including quilting, spinning, knitting, and crochet-lacemaking. She is a fifth-generation needlewoman who specializes in the traditions of her Irish, Welsh, Scots, and English ancestry. Raised in a family skilled in traditional handcrafts, she was taught needlework at an early age by her mother and grandmother. Her quilt work has been exhibited nationally, and her articles appear regularly in national publications.
"............ Anyone who has spent any time with needle in hand would know. where as one must continually return to a chart to figure out what the heck a certain symbol... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Stefanie Hollinger
Not obvious from any information in this book is the fact that it is a revised edition with a slightly different title. Read morePublished on March 22 2000
I was very disapointed when I received my copy of this book, to find that most of the lovely lace patterns are printed in CHART form. I am very much against chart patterns. Read morePublished on Jan. 8 1999