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Most of the essays are boring and very badly written. Awful edition job.Published 1 day ago by Shendel Schichvarger
The material in this book was very inappropriate for most respectable knitters. Profane language was used in several stories. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Rodney Buckson
I love this collection of stories. Great writing. I am thinking about recommending to nonknitters too because the stories are relevant to so many of us on many levels.Published 1 month ago by Flowjanwest
Wonderful collection of stories-especially the one by Jessica Hempel.Published 1 month ago by P. Tremain
Enjoyed reading the various authors experience with knitting which varied as much as the authors themselves. Particularly enjoyed Ann Hood's piece. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Barbara Watkins
I liked this book. I loved some of the essays--such as "turning straw into gold"--while others (endless variations on "I cannot knit, so here is a lot of complaining... Read morePublished 2 months ago by D. Greiling
Interesting to see what writers think and feel about knitting.
An interesting read.
Worth buying for the stories and the patterns are a bonus
I am a person that like immediate satisfaction. I love to look at complicated patterns, but know I won't have the patients to complete one. Read morePublished 3 months ago by roberta holland
Knitting Yarns by Ann Hood
Loved reading this author's other works and knew I'd like this. It is a compilation of other writers who also knit and why they knit and what... Read more