Needlework through History: An Encyclopedia (Handicrafts through World History)

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Needlework through History: An Encyclopedia (Handicrafts through World History)
Authors: Catherine Amoroso Leslie
Year: 2007
Publisher: Greenwood
Language: english
ISBN 13: 9780313335488
ISBN 23313335486
Categorie: Cutting and Sewing
Pages: 257
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Needlework through History: An Encyclopedia (Handicrafts through World History) Catherine Amoroso Leslie

Needlework serves functional purposes, such as providing warmth, but has also communicated individual and social identity, spiritual beliefs, and aesthetic ideals throughout time and geography. Needlework traditions are often associated with rituals and celebrations of life events. Often-overlooked by historians, practicing needlework and creating needlework objects provides insights to the history of everyday life. Needlework techniques traveled with merchants and explorers, creating a legacy of cross-cultural exchange. Categories:
Housekeeping & Leisure – Handicraft: Cutting and Sewing
Year:
2007
Publisher:
Greenwood
Language:
english
Pages:
257
ISBN 10:
0313335486
ISBN 13:
9780313335488
Series:
Handicrafts through World History
File:
9.63 MB

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