A Potpourri of Odd Sewing Tools
Loene McIntyre | Streaming Video | 41 min
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A lady's workbasket from times past contained a treasury of elegant implements. Scissors took a myriad of forms and were designed for elegance and refinement. Tatting shuttles matched their mistresses' graceful hand motions in design. Bodkins, stilettos, tape measures - especially in the nineteenth century these tools went beyond function and became personal treasures. Work boxes were made with beautiful woodcrafting and clever hidden compartments.
Join as Linda Ligon sits down with Loene in this needlework video as she:
In short, a lady's needlework tools were an expression of her personality and place in the world. Loene McIntyre takes you on a magic journey through some of the treasures in her extensive collection.
“This is a fascinating talk that is very well illustrated by gorgeously unique pieces. Thank you. ”
“Worth the view if you like sewing tools and history.”
“Perfect for the collector, or would-be collector, of sewing items.”