Bartlett has created an enthralling story about the healing power of friendship, enriched by knitting details.
...a brief, sweetly winning tale... a spirited feminist take sure to find favor with women's book groups.
"There is alot in this book for anyone who ponders the big questions of life: the nature of friendship, the need for meaningful work, the comfort of sharing grief." Bookpage
"...each stitch along the way seems unremarkable, but the finished product has a subtle beauty." The Washington Post
About the Author
Anne Bartlett spent her childhood in the Adelaide Hills of South Australia. While raising her four children, now grown, she worked as an editor, a ghostwriter, and a feature writer as well as knitting original creations for clothing designers. She recently finished a Ph.D. in creative writing at the University of Adelaide. She lives with her husband, who has been a pastor for more than twenty years (a background she has drawn on for this book), in South Australia.