Beyond Stitch And Bitch: Reflections On Knitting And Life
With every knit, the author tells a story; with every purl, readers weave a little of themselves into the tale. Beyond Stitch & Bitch explores through essays the emotional and spiritual aspects of knitting.
Although the book is targeted to knitters, any craft person will appreciate the passion and affection that these essays communicate. Readers laugh at the author's inability to reduce her yarn stash in "The One Who Dies with the Most Yarn Wins." Every hobbyist will recognize herself or himself in "A Knitter's Life," as the author confronts her mortality while knitting hats for her young nephew.
Afi-Odelia Scruggs, a knitter for over forty years, has written a book that is engaging, appealing reading for anyone who has fallen in love with a craft.
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Review: Beyond Stitch And Bitch: Reflections On Knitting And LifeUser Review - Adilynn - Goodreads
This book is horrible I hated it a lot you shouldn't read it at all!!!! Read full review
Review: Beyond Stitch And Bitch: Reflections On Knitting And LifeUser Review - Robyn - Goodreads
I really enjoyed it. It had a lot of history on knitting in it - and reflections on knitting & life. There were 3 patterns or so in the book, but nothing that I would really knit. Read full review
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