Larissa Brown is the co-author of Knitalong: Celebrating the Tradition of Knitting Together (STC Craft, 2008). Her hand-knit designs have appeared in Knit.1 magazine, Knitty, and on her blog, Stitch Marker. She lives in Portland, Oregon.
Wonderful stories to warm your heart. Lovely little book easy reading as stories are short but inspiring.Published 7 months ago by Goddess Being
Love this book! Currently knitting the Crocus Patch Baby Blanket and anxious to try other patterns.Published 8 months ago by N. McCreary
beautiful book and great instructions, I would recommend it for an experienced knitter Hope I can finish the project by christmasPublished 18 months ago by Rosemary wagner
loved this book and the stories are wonderful. Not many patterns but still a great book. A great buy also.Published 22 months ago by Jacci Wooten
This beautiful book is a jewel in any knitter's stash. The patterns are future heirlooms as well as tributes to women who have influenced our lives.Published on July 25, 2012 by live2knit
I have so high expectations about this book, but it didn't achive them.
I hoped more "old" photos and more stories. Read more
Wonderful book!! I already finished the cape/skirt. There are several projects I'm going to make and stories are fun and realPublished on December 18, 2011 by Gudy Klawer