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I always recommend this book to anyone who is interested in the History of knitting.
Macdonald has combined fact, popular history, trivia, knitting and women's studies into one of the most interesting and entertaining history books I've ever read.
I read the book in the eighties and my only quibble with the cd version is that it is heavily edited.
Fantastic book. So much information and leads the reader in many new and exciting directions in knitting.Published 22 days ago by p. b. havard
I am enjoying this very fat book on the history of knitting in the US. If you love the craft this is interesting if you love history too.Published 4 months ago by Cheryll Salzberg
This book is amazing. It details all that women did building this country along with the men. It's an absolutely fabulous book for ALL women, you don't have to be a knitter. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Patricia Allison
Anne Macdonald has written a fascinating book about the history of American knitting, in society. The book gives an engrossing account of bygone days in America, focusing on the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Biblereader
This book arrived in a timely fashion and was advertised
My husband I both enjoy history,so I am enjoying reading the book. Read more
I've read this book over and over again until the pages are curling. Guess it's time for a new copy. This book is packed full of information and has 512 pages! Read morePublished 20 months ago by Brunhilde
This book was very educational. I learned a lot about the history of knitting. I recommend this book. Love it.Published 21 months ago by kathy
Wonderful review of knitting history This was a fantastic book with great graphics. I would recommend it, especially for people that like to know knitting historyPublished 23 months ago by Brenda Coone
Gee, I loved this book. What I feared would be a dry-as-dust scholastic recitation of facts and history turned out to be just the opposite. Read morePublished on January 26, 2012 by JR