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I am currently reading book number three, and have numbers four and five waiting.
From there you find a mystery all through the book using terms of knitting to explain how a puzzle is pieced together to learn all the details to find the pattern.
I would recommend these books for light reading...a beach or hammock type of book.
Patterns in the Sand
Izzy and her fiber shop have once again have a body in the shop. Others see it and alert the police but the woman is not dead at all, just tired from... Read more
One of my favorite series - mystery and knitting; what could be better?Published 2 months ago by TracyJo
I love Sally Goldenbaum's Knitters books. It feels as if I'm sitting down with friends each time I pick one up.Published 3 months ago by redhead
Since reading them in order, this is my second one. Heard about it from a reviewer on another knitting series board. There is uniqueness in the setting and the characters. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Commenter77
Very entertaining, I liked the intrigue and trying to figure out who killed those two people, I also love the togetherness of the ladies and the fabulous cookingPublished 5 months ago by Marta Guthier
This is the third of the 8 Seaside Knitters' mysteries I have read and I intend to read all eight novels. Read morePublished 7 months ago by W. Christmann