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“Pearl-McPhee had the crowd in – ahem – stitches.”
A front-page feature in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution covering Stephanie’s event stated, “ “It’s like our version of Woodstock,” Atlanta business owner Karen Jacobson observed wryly of the event.” Another quote reads, “ “It’s like when I saw the Beatles in 1964. Better, actually. This time I didn’t have to hitchhike to get there.”(Atlanta Journal Constitution )
I enjoy reading all of Stephanie Pearl McPhee's books and this is no exception.
It reminds me to smile, and just enjoy the extra knitting when things go wrong, rather than get terribly wound up about a 'relaxing' hobby..!
I recommend this book to all....even the non-knitters, as it will teach you why the knitters do what we do.
One of my favorite books by Pearl-McPhee. Chapters can be read independently. Very witty and fun. The author describes the creativity process with humor and awareness. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Wind Star
Love this book. Stephanie has a way of making you feel like you're in the majority, no matter what your knitting skill level is. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mighty B!
Such a great book! She makes me laugh out loud! And she always reminds me how happy I am to be a knitter!Published 6 months ago by Violin girl
It is a wonderful funny book. I would recommend highly. For those who knit and appreciate the humor in knittingPublished 10 months ago by r.isaacs
THe combination of humor, down to earth sensibilities, and knitting is irresistible! I can't get enough of her writing. Stephanie definitely makes the world a better place.Published 10 months ago by rtmay
This part of a series of very funny books, although you might need to be a knitter to appreciate. Do not eat or drink while reading - it can get messy!Published 11 months ago by Amazon Customer