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Yarn Harlot: The Secret Life of a Knitter Paperback – Bargain Price, September 1, 2005
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The poignant pieces are very moving; one made me sniffle late into the night. If you've had the experience written about in this essay, you will be tearing up over your merino, too.
The knitting essay is a lovely art; like knitting, it can be picked up for just a few moments and you feel satisfied. Stephanie does it the best!
Ms. Pearl-McPhee is a dedicated (obsessed?) knitter who is not afraid to admit to her reading public that she might have "stash" issues and that "Marital relations" do cut into her knitting time. Anyone who has been knitting for a while will recognize her lace shawl experience, coveting yarn that will probably never leave the "core stash," and the wild exuberance that makes one think that one can complete knitted gifts for their entire family if one starts in November. Nothing deep here, but provides lots of chuckles for the knitting addict.
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A funny look at the true experiences of the Yarn-a-holic Knitter. I was laughing out loud with each chapter!Published 1 month ago by Judy B.
So much fun! I've laughed out loud several times while reading this book.Published 3 months ago by Momof2
HILARIOUS. And I bought a copy for each person in my knitting class after we read a few stories from my copy.Published 3 months ago by Tammy P
Always witty and fun! The Yarn Harlot tugs on all of the right heartstrings (yarn) of a fellow Knitter and draws you right into her wooly world.Published 5 months ago by Lisa McCleese