Author: Kari Cornell
Number of Pages: 160
For those who are passionate about knitting, this anthology of personal essays and stories pays tribute to this wonderful art form and pastime. Especially poignant are the memories involving long-gone relatives and friends who have shaped the writers' love of the craft.
This compendium covers all aspects of knitting: from shearing the sheep to knitting the first stitch, from knitting for charity to creating gifts for special someones, from learning to knit from Grandma to organizing a knitting circle. Check this one out because it's much more than the typical coffee table, large book variety.
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