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Gwen W. Steege, author of The Knitter’s Life List, has been a fiber fanatic for nearly 50 years, and she hasn’t yet tired of spending late nights with her knitting needles and a good ball of yarn, sometimes spun from the fleece of her own sheep. By day she edits books on knitting and other fiber crafts for Storey Publishing. She lives in western Massachusetts.
Love this book........there are so many ideas and interesting facts in it. Sadly, I will have to buy another copy because I gave mine to my best friend for... Read morePublished 2 days ago by D. P. Noland
This book is great. It kind of serves as a writer's block buster but for knitting.
When I find myself unsure of what type of project to embark on next, I like to use this to... Read more
So cool to read, and learn about all of the fun things associated with yarn out there! Even to make you think about places to visit and learn about the local yarn too! Read morePublished 11 months ago by CAjules
The Knitter’s Life List is a richly illustrated road map to more than 1,000 must-have experiences guaranteed to get any knitter’s needles clicking faster. Veteran knitter Gwen W. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Artisticpens
Okay but not great or all that useful, I'm afraid, and I am a very enthusiastic knitter.
I realized having received this, that I don't need this at all. Read more
Fun for those with fiber fever, for all those times when we can't actually be knitting.Published 14 months ago by lifelong learner
My wife loves it! This could make a good gift for the knitter in your life.Published 15 months ago by Joe H. Cary
I love reading knitting books, with or without patterns, so I wanted to like this book but I'm kinda 'meh' about it. The best thing about the book is the interviews with designers. Read morePublished 15 months ago by donaldsg
Good read. This book is an unusual look at the field of hand knitting.Published 16 months ago by Sandra Terp