The writing style reminds me very much of various blogs in the knitting community.
I'll just say right now that if you're not a knitter or at least a bit familiar with it, I don't think this book will hold your interest.
In the end, the author seemed to be forcing enthusiasm for the project and the text reflects that waning passion.
Ms. Martini does start out with a bang but somewhere she becomes caught up with her political opinions and descends into righteousness. Knitting should transcend all worlds.Published 3 months ago by Lore N. Yao
I was knitting an Alice Starmore design at the time I read this book so it really resonated with me. Well written, witty and full of information as well as insight. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kindle Customer
I bought this because I'd read a review and it sounded interested and the premise of the book sounds like I could relate, but when I started reading it, I realized I didn't like... Read morePublished 10 months ago by foxdancer2
I'm really glad I didn't read the reviews prior to purchasing and reading this book.
If you are looking for a book that chapter by chapter focuses on each individual day... Read more
this book was not what i thought it would be when it arrived but it was good book to add to your knitting books.Published 11 months ago by carmelita weldner
Not at all what I expected. Very dry, very uninteresting. Definitely not funny. It's really about this women and all her plights of knitting a tudor sweater.Published 21 months ago by Anita S. Ahmadi
Another meditative book but very well written with lots of thoughts to ponder. I really enjoyed it and will reccomend it.Published 21 months ago by Dottie Bronowski
I'm not a knitter. My wife is. She really gets into it, shopping for wool online, posting on websites, adjusting patterns, etc. Read morePublished 23 months ago by moose_of_many_waters
Adrienne seems to be more fascinated with the way she leaves out details than what she is describing. Read morePublished 23 months ago by wa0aw