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I found the author's podcasts after reading the book and have enjoyed those as well.
I'm reading this book slowly to savor every word and it's fun to envision someone crocheting away their cares just like I do every day.
Mary Beth Temple has written a book of several short pieces, each spotlighting one facet of our addiction.
Cute little book. Nothing earthshaking. I have not finished it yet.Published 1 month ago by Dorothy A. Benoit
I learned to crochet when I was five years old. Apparently a family friend wanted to give me something to do instead of bouncing around her house.... so she taught me to crochet. Read morePublished 2 months ago by dSavannah George-Jones
I had previously been unfamiliar with Temple's work, as both designer and author. For that matter, I'm not too familiar with any crochet designers. Read morePublished 9 months ago by AndreaP.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I savored every word. I laughed aloud. I re-read passages in my mind when I didn't have the Kindle with me. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ocean State Prime
I loved this book, I could relate to almost everything in it. I have no issues with crocheting in public ( the more i do the better chance I have of teaching someone) and this book... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Samantha J. Karnbach
MBT writes like she talks. Reading the book was like listening to her podcast. With her even tempo and smooth flow it makes for a quick easy read. I really enjoyed this book.Published on August 4, 2011 by WTF Leah
Too many parts in this book I found to be too serious & overly-sensitive. Although the author has some good points I felt like she came across as being too defensive. Read morePublished on February 24, 2010 by HLT