No Idle Hands: The Social History of American Knitting
Examines the history of the nation from the perspective of women and knitting, tracing the changes in day-to-day life and in women's roles in society from colonial times to the present.
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Review: No Idle Hands: The Social History of American KnittingUser Review - Janet - Goodreads
Nice audiobook about knitting, I learned lots. I can't imagine what people went through: knitting in covered wagons through hardships, knitting for servicemen during wars, servicemen knitting during ... Read full review
Review: No Idle Hands: The Social History of American KnittingUser Review - Greta - Goodreads
As a knitter and feminist, this book was a fascinating history of Women in America as viewed through the lens of Knitting. I was constantly telling other people about what I had found reading this book. It looses steam a bit somewhat towards the end, but a wonderful if dense read! Read full review
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