The Needlework Of Mary Queen Of Scots by Margaret Swain
The events of Mary Stuart's stormy life have provided a dramatic topic for literature of all kinds. However, although it is also well known that a large body of needlework attributed to her exists, little attempt has been made to authenticate these works or to explain how such an energetic and impetuous woman could have found pleasure in this meticulous craft. This is the first comprehensive study of the Queen of Scots as a needlewoman. It describes all the works associated with her, and for the first time every piece marked by her cipher or monogram is illustrated in full. This is not only a significant work in the history of needlework, but sheds a new and fascinating light on those aspects of Mary's life about which little is known.
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AUTHOR: Margaret Swain
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