Knitting Lessons: Tales from the Knitting Path

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J.P. Tarcher/Putnam, 2003 - Crafts & Hobbies - 286 pages
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Citing a resurgence in knitting hobbyists throughout America, a knitting enthusiast recounts her spiritual journey among knitting circles across the country and reveals how knitting encourages a more peaceful and productive existence. 17,500 first printing.

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User Review  - Megan - Goodreads

This is a cute little book. Half memoir and half interviews, it is a book of essays about knitting. It is easy to read and engaging. I probably wouldn't read it more than once, but it is nice to just relax with. Very easy to read it while knitting as well for added comfort. Read full review

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User Review  - Derbajo - Goodreads

Lately I find myself wanting to learn how to knit. I grabbed this book at the library today, I thought it was an instruction one. It's not, but, I've been reading it tonight and I like it. Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Lela Nargi is the author of Around the Table: Women on Food, Cooking, Nourishment, Love . . . and the Mothers Who Dished It Up for Them and Knitting Lessons: Tales from the Knitting Path. She is also the editor of The Farmerís Wife Baking Cookbook, published by Voyageur Press. She lives in Brooklyn, New York. www.lelanargi.com

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