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At Knit's End


Description for AT KNIT'S END - MEDITATIONS FOR WOMEN WHO KNIT TOO MUCH by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee:

This small book holds a treasure of thoughts with which every knitter can identify: the frustrations of ignoring gage, the thrill of a new project, the compulsion of yarn addiction aka SABLE (stash acquisition beyond life expectation). Pearl-McPhee is a lifelong knitter whose bona fides are secured with this story: when she asked her midwife how she'd know when to summon her, the midwife answered, "When you don't feel like knitting anymore." This small paperback, which fits easily in a knitting bag, contains about 300 short anecdotes, vignettes, and pieces of advice for knitters. For some of her musings, she adds lessons learned: "I will remember that no one has ever been killed or maimed by being adventurous with knitting." Many knitters will find it a relief to read a knitting book with no patterns they feel they must try. Ilene Cooper Copyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved


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Condition: Used - Like New, Slight shelf wear.
ISBN: 9781580175890
Shipping Weight: 1lbs
Published: 2005

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 10 March, 2011.

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