Knitting Lessons: Tales from the Knitting Path

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J.P. Tarcher/Putnam, 2003 - Crafts & Hobbies - 286 pages
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Everyone knows someone who knits, but lately a remarkable trend has surfaced across the country. In this book a somewhat vague obsession with knitting a pair of socks launches Lela Nargi on a spiritual journey through interconnected circles of knitters from all over the country. As profoundly simple as it is profoundly . . . not simple, the knitters featured in Knitting Lessons describe how knitting encourages a more peaceful and productive existence.

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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 Farmer’s Wife Baking Cookbook, published by Voyageur Press. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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