A Good Yarn

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Mira Books, 2005 - Fiction - 345 pages
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A tale of women meeting and becoming good friends in a knitting class. When Lydia Hoffman, owner of A Good Yarn, offers a class in knitting socks, Elise Beaumont, a self--contained and efficient divorced woman in her sixties, appears. Embroiled in a lawsuit, she has little patience with the foibles of others. Meanwhile, Bethanne Hamlin's husband left her for another woman on Valentine's Day. Bethanne's spent her life making a good home for her family, and now, bereft of self-esteem and support, she has to find a job. And, finally, there's Courtney Pulanski, who's come to live with her grandmother for her senior year of high school. After her mother's death four years ago, Courtney went a little wild and stuffed all her emotions down with food; now she's alone, overweight, and unhappy. But soon an unbreakable bond is formed among the knitters in this sweet and poignant story of real women with real problems becoming real friends.

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User Review  - Erika.D - LibraryThing

I am really enjoying this series! Full of knitting and delightful characters! I usually do not keep up with series but this one still has my interest and I am looking forward to the next book. Read full review

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User Review  - moonshineandrosefire - LibraryThing

When we last left Lydia Hoffman, she had just opened her knitting shop - A Good Yarn - on Blossom Street in downtown Seattle. This was her way of celebrating her cancer remission and she offered ... Read full review

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Debbie Macomber was born on October 22, 1948 in Yakima, Washington. Her first novel, Heartsong, was published as a Silhouette Inspiration in 1984, and it became the first romance novel ever to be reviewed in Publishers Weekly. She has written more than 150 novels since then including Back on Blossom Street; Susannah's Garden; A Good Yarn; The Shop on Blossom Street; Between Friends; the Cedar Cove series; Family Affair; Three Brides, No Groom; Starting Now; and Starry Night. She received Romantic Times Magazine's Lifetime Achievement Award.

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