By Kathryn Ledbetter
Marrying highly well known topics―needlework and women's history―this ebook presents an authoritative but exciting dialogue of the range and significance of needlework in Victorian women's lives.
• styles and illustrations from women's periodicals and trend books of the time offer a window into Victorian lifestyles that would be specifically fascinating to the legions who perform those crafts today
• Quotations from memoirs, works of fiction, and poetry enable readers to percentage the studies of girls of the period
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