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The tangled life of the knitter is the subject of inspired nuttiness in 300 tongue-in-cheek meditations from the Yarn Harlot, Stephanie Pearl-McPhee. At Knit’s End captures the wickedly funny musings of someone who doesn’t believe it’s possible to knit too much and who willingly sacrifices sleep, family, work, and sanity in order to keep doing it. Covering everything from The tangled life of the knitter is the subject of inspired nuttiness in 300 tongue-in-cheek meditations from the Yarn Harlot, Stephanie Pearl-McPhee. At Knit’s End captures the wickedly funny musings of someone who doesn’t believe it’s possible to knit too much and who willingly sacrifices sleep, family, work, and sanity in order to keep doing it. Covering everything from the deadly “second sock syndrome” to a pile of yarn so big it can hide a washing machine, this hilarious collection will have knitters in stitches!


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The tangled life of the knitter is the subject of inspired nuttiness in 300 tongue-in-cheek meditations from the Yarn Harlot, Stephanie Pearl-McPhee. At Knit’s End captures the wickedly funny musings of someone who doesn’t believe it’s possible to knit too much and who willingly sacrifices sleep, family, work, and sanity in order to keep doing it. Covering everything from The tangled life of the knitter is the subject of inspired nuttiness in 300 tongue-in-cheek meditations from the Yarn Harlot, Stephanie Pearl-McPhee. At Knit’s End captures the wickedly funny musings of someone who doesn’t believe it’s possible to knit too much and who willingly sacrifices sleep, family, work, and sanity in order to keep doing it. Covering everything from the deadly “second sock syndrome” to a pile of yarn so big it can hide a washing machine, this hilarious collection will have knitters in stitches!

30 review for At Knit's End: Meditations for Women Who Knit Too Much

  1. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    Why have I not reviewed this book here? PROBABLY I WAS TOO BUSY WADING THROUGH ALL THE YARN IN MY HOUSE, HAHAHAHA. Look, I like the Yarn Harlot's cohesive books, though they are kind of a guilty pleasure for me because I don't really relate to them, and thus my consumption of her lifestyle feels more like a voyeuristic semi-mocking. I do knit and produce items, but I'm simply not this type of knitter. However, I still appreciate that she's a little bit crazy about yarn--there are things in my lif Why have I not reviewed this book here? PROBABLY I WAS TOO BUSY WADING THROUGH ALL THE YARN IN MY HOUSE, HAHAHAHA. Look, I like the Yarn Harlot's cohesive books, though they are kind of a guilty pleasure for me because I don't really relate to them, and thus my consumption of her lifestyle feels more like a voyeuristic semi-mocking. I do knit and produce items, but I'm simply not this type of knitter. However, I still appreciate that she's a little bit crazy about yarn--there are things in my life that I'm a little bit crazy about. That's ok. What I hate about this book: 1) Much of it is recycled from her other books. 2) It's chopped into tiny bits. A new tiny piece of a recycled anecdote starts on nearly every page. This is not what you read the Yarn Harlot's work to experience. I also question that the title has to specify "women who knit too much." I understand that she writes with mostly women in mind, but this was published in 2005. Male knitters don't hide anymore. Get with it. I would recommend sticking to the Yarn Harlot's other anecdote books. They are so much more fun to read!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Teri-K

    It may be important to note that I checked the audio out on OverDrive at a time when life was quite stressful, every evening found me too exhausted to knit or do anything else, and I'd just discovered my new glasses were wrong and that's why my eyes were watering heavily in the evenings. (So sorry, Mrs. K., we'll be happy to replace them. It will just take 10-14 days.) So I collapsed into bed every night longing to knit or read or something, but I just couldn't. One night I decided to try for an It may be important to note that I checked the audio out on OverDrive at a time when life was quite stressful, every evening found me too exhausted to knit or do anything else, and I'd just discovered my new glasses were wrong and that's why my eyes were watering heavily in the evenings. (So sorry, Mrs. K., we'll be happy to replace them. It will just take 10-14 days.) So I collapsed into bed every night longing to knit or read or something, but I just couldn't. One night I decided to try for an audio knitting book. I expected to have to settle for a romance with knitting in it, but this book was available. I downloaded it and began listening. The format confused me a bit. (I should have expected it, since the subtitle says "Meditations", but I hadn't clued in.) First there's a short quote that appears to have nothing to do with knitting, then a quick related anecdote that does. Sometimes these are little stories about her knitting experiences, or perhaps rants about needle sizing or laments of the lack of storage opportunities for yarn hoarders. Each ends with a declaration that begins "I will..." So what did I think of it? It's hard to say. If I'd read the book expecting laugh-out-loud humor or deep insights into knitting I think I would have been disappointed. But what I wanted was some yarn talk to soothe me while I drifted off to sleep, and it worked well there. Night after night I backed the recording up to a spot I remembered, listened and slowly fell asleep again. It really helped. It was rather like tuning into a knitting podcast every night. If you're new to the author I definitely don't recommend starting with this book. She has others that are better. As for the audio, the author has a pleasant rather deadpan voice that worked for falling asleep to. FWIW. 2.5 stars

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jesse Bray

    Fantastic read! I couldn't put it down! As a new knitter and a lover of pithy sayings this book was a treat to my inner knitter and nerdy soul. Fantastic read! I couldn't put it down! As a new knitter and a lover of pithy sayings this book was a treat to my inner knitter and nerdy soul.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Crystal Starr Light

    Bullet Review: The things you find during Amazon's Christmas sales... This was one of those $1.99 books that Amazon was practically giving during the most recent holiday season. Being a big knitter/crocheter (I don't judge!), I thought, why not? This is a fun, little booklet with a quote, followed by a brief anecdote, closing with a "lessons learned" tiddly bit. They are pretty light-hearted, goofy, showing the love of knitting and the foibles of having a crazy hobby. That said, I'm glad I paid only Bullet Review: The things you find during Amazon's Christmas sales... This was one of those $1.99 books that Amazon was practically giving during the most recent holiday season. Being a big knitter/crocheter (I don't judge!), I thought, why not? This is a fun, little booklet with a quote, followed by a brief anecdote, closing with a "lessons learned" tiddly bit. They are pretty light-hearted, goofy, showing the love of knitting and the foibles of having a crazy hobby. That said, I'm glad I paid only $1.99. Most of the scenes are a mere 1 page long and even then, they filled maybe have the page (on a Kindle!). Also, some of the scenes were quite repetitive - the hoarding of yarn, the scouring for sales, knitting everywhere, how kids don't appreciate knit gifts, etc. If I had paid more, I would have been very upset. Avid knitters will appreciate the most, followed closely by those who know avid knitters. Just don't expect much meat.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jane Lebak

    I'm going to give this five stars but also some caveats. 1) This is not Stephanie Pearl-McPhee's best format to work in. She's at her best when she can take a long time and dig deep, but the meditation format is brief and undercuts any major buildup. 2) The format of listening to it rather than reading it was a lousy choice on my part. It would be better with this to have read it and been able to go back and re-read parts. Having said that, this is still a book that most writers would have been pr I'm going to give this five stars but also some caveats. 1) This is not Stephanie Pearl-McPhee's best format to work in. She's at her best when she can take a long time and dig deep, but the meditation format is brief and undercuts any major buildup. 2) The format of listening to it rather than reading it was a lousy choice on my part. It would be better with this to have read it and been able to go back and re-read parts. Having said that, this is still a book that most writers would have been proud to display as the pinnacle of their life's work. The irony being that it's not hers. Go figure. Having said that, the book is full of insights, humor, humility, and experience. If you enjoy knitting and/or enjoy the Yarn Harlot, give this book a read. She narrated the audiobook herself, and I will say that despite problems with the format, I could listen to her all day. Especially when she can't help herself and she giggles in the middle of reading her work. :-D

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mel

    This was recommended to me by Lalla Ward as she thought that as another knitter I'd be very amused by it. She was right! It was fantastic! There were perhaps a little too many references to ones children, and the writer had clearly been an obsessive knitter many years longer than me, but it had SO much truth in it. And it was so very funny! I marked down all my favourite passages so I could share them with my friends who knit. I will be buying them copies and passing them out so they can find th This was recommended to me by Lalla Ward as she thought that as another knitter I'd be very amused by it. She was right! It was fantastic! There were perhaps a little too many references to ones children, and the writer had clearly been an obsessive knitter many years longer than me, but it had SO much truth in it. And it was so very funny! I marked down all my favourite passages so I could share them with my friends who knit. I will be buying them copies and passing them out so they can find their favourite bits too. Quick and easy to read and occasionally moved me to tears. Simply wonderful! Highly recommended to everyone who knits.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    I listened to this as an audiobook and it was great for the car. Trying to get my knitting mojo back!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Frederike

    I love the quotations, e.g. by J.R.R. Tolkien "Not all who wander are lost" and also the accompanying texts and homespun truths "Respect your inner compass. It points to yarn." I love the quotations, e.g. by J.R.R. Tolkien "Not all who wander are lost" and also the accompanying texts and homespun truths "Respect your inner compass. It points to yarn."

  9. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    really funny and can relate.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kerry

    A collection of short, little snippets about knitting and knitters, At Knit’s End was my first introduction to the Harlot and was enough to get me completely and totally hooked on her writing! I love Stephanie’s humor, wit and insight into the joys and perils of being a knitter. I totally melted when she reported that her husband is knitting her a sock (notice that it is a singular sock, not a pair) which he has been working on veeeeeery slowly for five years and how much she will love and appre A collection of short, little snippets about knitting and knitters, At Knit’s End was my first introduction to the Harlot and was enough to get me completely and totally hooked on her writing! I love Stephanie’s humor, wit and insight into the joys and perils of being a knitter. I totally melted when she reported that her husband is knitting her a sock (notice that it is a singular sock, not a pair) which he has been working on veeeeeery slowly for five years and how much she will love and appreciate that sock if it ever gets finished! I totally related to her frustration when she completed a gorgeous sophisticated gold and copper wrap, only to realize that she has nowhere to wear a gorgeous, sophisticated gold and copper wrap. I laughed out loud when she talked about her children (who also knit) accusing her of giving them the “crap yarn” and hording the good stuff. And I nodded in agreement when she wrote about the frustration she feels when non-knitters just don’t understand. Each little topic is short (about a paragraph or so) which means that At Knit’s End is a great book to pick up, open to a random section and be amused. It is also a great “listen to this” kind of book to share with others, both your fellow knitters and those in your life who put up with your knitting obsession.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    This is the book that got me re-obsessed with knitting. I picked it up in a bookstore in Jasper on a whim (I am amused by puns, so the title attracted my attention) while on a ski trip. I read the majority of it during the day-long drive home. Mrs. McPhee has such a way with writing (a clear, but humourous style, in a truely Canadian fashion) that made me really excited about the topic. I'd learned to knit way back when, from my grandmother, and I thought, "hey, I don't know what this "interstas This is the book that got me re-obsessed with knitting. I picked it up in a bookstore in Jasper on a whim (I am amused by puns, so the title attracted my attention) while on a ski trip. I read the majority of it during the day-long drive home. Mrs. McPhee has such a way with writing (a clear, but humourous style, in a truely Canadian fashion) that made me really excited about the topic. I'd learned to knit way back when, from my grandmother, and I thought, "hey, I don't know what this "interstasia" stuff is, but it can't be all that hard." And I was off. With this book as inspiration, I began my first scarf (which is still sitting, abandoned in my closet with a pair of chopsticks as stich holders). I then went on to knit toques and even socks (my current obsession). It's all thanks to this book that rekindled my interest in the wondeful art of knitting. Don't knit? Read it anyway!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Marcia

    Remember years ago when in a Family Circle or Woman's Day magazine you would read that Isabel Homemaker would be receiving $10 for sending in her household hint and that when you read the hint, you recognized it as something you did all the time? Well, this book reminded me of that. At Knit's End has lots of thoughts and tidbits about knitting and yarn--all of which knitters have probably thought at one time or another. Difference is, Pearl-McPhee wrote them down and published a book. And just i Remember years ago when in a Family Circle or Woman's Day magazine you would read that Isabel Homemaker would be receiving $10 for sending in her household hint and that when you read the hint, you recognized it as something you did all the time? Well, this book reminded me of that. At Knit's End has lots of thoughts and tidbits about knitting and yarn--all of which knitters have probably thought at one time or another. Difference is, Pearl-McPhee wrote them down and published a book. And just in case you need another "q" with no "u" option for Words With Friends, try this one: qiviut - An Inuktitut word commonly used to indicate the wool of the muskox. You know you knit too much when... You will check out a book from the library just because you heard that one of the characters knits.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Bunny

    I am a knitter. Self taught, in 2007, while working at a job that had an insane amount of downtime. I love it. I find it relaxing, and love the sound of clicking needles. I am a bad knitter. I'm a chickenshit knitter. I hate hate hate double pointed needles, knitting in the round, charts, and many other things that I don't understand and am terribly afraid of. Stephanie Pearl-McPhee makes me want to knit. She makes me want to make socks, and shawls, and sweaters. She just makes me want needles i I am a knitter. Self taught, in 2007, while working at a job that had an insane amount of downtime. I love it. I find it relaxing, and love the sound of clicking needles. I am a bad knitter. I'm a chickenshit knitter. I hate hate hate double pointed needles, knitting in the round, charts, and many other things that I don't understand and am terribly afraid of. Stephanie Pearl-McPhee makes me want to knit. She makes me want to make socks, and shawls, and sweaters. She just makes me want needles in my hands and yarn in my lap and the blissful feeling of watching the inches grow. I love this damn book.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Leeann

    This was such a cute little book. My dear friend Lindsay gave it to me last year, when my knitting obsession was just in its infancy and the title didn't quite apply to me yet. I picked it up a week or so ago when I ran out of yarn for my current project & got a little twitchy, and it did not disappoint. Stephanie Pearl-McPhee is hilarious & the quick little sections are perfect for reading when, say, your hands need a brief rest or your current project is driving you up the wall. Definitely a g This was such a cute little book. My dear friend Lindsay gave it to me last year, when my knitting obsession was just in its infancy and the title didn't quite apply to me yet. I picked it up a week or so ago when I ran out of yarn for my current project & got a little twitchy, and it did not disappoint. Stephanie Pearl-McPhee is hilarious & the quick little sections are perfect for reading when, say, your hands need a brief rest or your current project is driving you up the wall. Definitely a good gift for any crazy knitters in your life, too.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jessie

    I just love Stephanie Pearl-McPhee. She is witty, intelligent and she knits! What's not to love? Her insights into the mind of a knitter are spot-on. She even comments on her own knitting eccentricities and obsessions in the most funny ways. I will probably read this little gem over and over to remind myself that as one who is a bit knitting-obsessed, I am not alone and I am somewhat normal (as knitters go.) I highly recommend this book to all knitters, but especially those who are a little craz I just love Stephanie Pearl-McPhee. She is witty, intelligent and she knits! What's not to love? Her insights into the mind of a knitter are spot-on. She even comments on her own knitting eccentricities and obsessions in the most funny ways. I will probably read this little gem over and over to remind myself that as one who is a bit knitting-obsessed, I am not alone and I am somewhat normal (as knitters go.) I highly recommend this book to all knitters, but especially those who are a little crazy about it.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ana

    You know, I wasn't sure if I'd like a book like this. It's a bunch of quotes, mostly from famous people, related to knitting. I found the book in the religious books section at a library book sale and just had to have it - it was a good choice! Stories range from the hilarious to the profound, from personal anecdotes to general observations on yarn and life, and as a capital-K Knitter I see myself in just about all of them. Great addition to my shelf, and I can see myself picking it up over and You know, I wasn't sure if I'd like a book like this. It's a bunch of quotes, mostly from famous people, related to knitting. I found the book in the religious books section at a library book sale and just had to have it - it was a good choice! Stories range from the hilarious to the profound, from personal anecdotes to general observations on yarn and life, and as a capital-K Knitter I see myself in just about all of them. Great addition to my shelf, and I can see myself picking it up over and over again when I need a laugh or some inspiration.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Purpleholic

    I laughed myself silly while reading this book. Especially everytime I read something that described me. I would read some parts aloud to my daughter just so we could laugh together. Some things were informative, they made me think 'Wow! Why didn't I think of that?' or 'Just what I need to try.' but mostly the stories were just enjoyable. I frequenetly was amazed because of how much I agreed or was just like her comments. I laughed myself silly while reading this book. Especially everytime I read something that described me. I would read some parts aloud to my daughter just so we could laugh together. Some things were informative, they made me think 'Wow! Why didn't I think of that?' or 'Just what I need to try.' but mostly the stories were just enjoyable. I frequenetly was amazed because of how much I agreed or was just like her comments.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    It's somewhat superficial. I think it was her first book, and I've read later ones that I thought were better, but the problem is that the more of her books I read, the more sameness they have about them. When you get that kind of review from someone who has a long-standing habit of reading every book she can find on a given subject, who is currently into her dozenth or so book about the Tudors, you know you've become pretty tedious. It's somewhat superficial. I think it was her first book, and I've read later ones that I thought were better, but the problem is that the more of her books I read, the more sameness they have about them. When you get that kind of review from someone who has a long-standing habit of reading every book she can find on a given subject, who is currently into her dozenth or so book about the Tudors, you know you've become pretty tedious.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    I listened to Stephanie read her own book and fell in love with her and her work all over again. I normally won't listen to an author read their own work... usually is a huge FAIL. This was not. I loved her Canadian accent. I could "hear" her eyes twinkle when she talked about her projects. I loved the quotes she used at the beginning of each "chapter" and put a number of them "up" on my Facebook page. Thank you Stephanie. This was Totally a GOOD Read! I listened to Stephanie read her own book and fell in love with her and her work all over again. I normally won't listen to an author read their own work... usually is a huge FAIL. This was not. I loved her Canadian accent. I could "hear" her eyes twinkle when she talked about her projects. I loved the quotes she used at the beginning of each "chapter" and put a number of them "up" on my Facebook page. Thank you Stephanie. This was Totally a GOOD Read!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Some really funny bits that resonated with me perfectly with a few pages that had me grinning and laughing... but several of the jokes seemed to be told more than once in this book, the "omg I love yarn" was done to death, and I also have to say that I'm perplexed by her digs at crocheters. Some really funny bits that resonated with me perfectly with a few pages that had me grinning and laughing... but several of the jokes seemed to be told more than once in this book, the "omg I love yarn" was done to death, and I also have to say that I'm perplexed by her digs at crocheters.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Christine

    Funny, and kinda sick when two people gift this to you in the same year.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Abisdorf

    Cute book. There are things that knitter's just get and this book is one of them. Probably her best book so far. Cute book. There are things that knitter's just get and this book is one of them. Probably her best book so far.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Marble

    Charming and entertaining. Even if you don't knit. Charming and entertaining. Even if you don't knit.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ketti

    5 stars – This is my favorite book by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee. If you don’t knit it won’t be your cup of tea. So many fabulous quotes, by the famous, the not so famous, and Stephanie. Favorite Quotes – “Courage was simply a matter of putting one foot in front of the other and not stopping.” “What we love to do we find time to do. “ –John L. Spalding “I recognize that knitting can improve my mood in try circumstances.” – Stephanie “Nothing is as simple as we hope it will be.” –Jim Horning “When you thi 5 stars – This is my favorite book by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee. If you don’t knit it won’t be your cup of tea. So many fabulous quotes, by the famous, the not so famous, and Stephanie. Favorite Quotes – “Courage was simply a matter of putting one foot in front of the other and not stopping.” “What we love to do we find time to do. “ –John L. Spalding “I recognize that knitting can improve my mood in try circumstances.” – Stephanie “Nothing is as simple as we hope it will be.” –Jim Horning “When you think about it, being a new knitter and being a new mother are a lot alike. Both activities get better with practice, both are awkward and bumpy at the beginning and both yield lovely results using common materials.” –Stephanie (so good!) “Think for yourself and let other enjoy the privilege of doing so too.” - Voltaire

  25. 5 out of 5

    Gloria

    [BR RH 2019 challenge: Humor] Was casting about for a humor book while on a visit in CA, and fell upon this; hadn't really realized that it was going to be one of the disjointed, read a page a day type of books, so it was a little odd to listen to it. Despite that, it was good, with some excellent quotations to start the meditation, and a humorous and/or insightful anecdote about knitting that followed. Made me realize that I had to frog one of my current projects because, honestly, I wasn't in lo [BR RH 2019 challenge: Humor] Was casting about for a humor book while on a visit in CA, and fell upon this; hadn't really realized that it was going to be one of the disjointed, read a page a day type of books, so it was a little odd to listen to it. Despite that, it was good, with some excellent quotations to start the meditation, and a humorous and/or insightful anecdote about knitting that followed. Made me realize that I had to frog one of my current projects because, honestly, I wasn't in love with how my yarn substitution was working out and really, I should go to a yarn shop and get a proper skein, lol!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Adrian Brown

    This was cute, I guess. I knit, though not near as much as the author, but enough that I related to many of the antidotes and struggles of too much yarn, cats that lay on your knitting piece, friends that don't get it, a partner that likes socks, etc. The only reason I'm giving it 3 stars instead of 2.5, is that there are some pretty good quotes that start each "meditation" (more like antidotal knitting mishap generally interpreted for a larger life lesson). The quotes, however, are mostly from This was cute, I guess. I knit, though not near as much as the author, but enough that I related to many of the antidotes and struggles of too much yarn, cats that lay on your knitting piece, friends that don't get it, a partner that likes socks, etc. The only reason I'm giving it 3 stars instead of 2.5, is that there are some pretty good quotes that start each "meditation" (more like antidotal knitting mishap generally interpreted for a larger life lesson). The quotes, however, are mostly from old white dudes and women in the knitting industry (I think). Meh.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Andrea

    I laughed out loud several times reading this book, and though I might say I laugh out loud when reading, what I usually mean is that I laughed really loud inside my head. I actually did laugh out loud while reading his book, I just couldn't hold it in! I also read out loud whole sections to my husband, who shared at least a small amount of my amusement, and he doesn't even knit. Although I am not a knitter in the same way as Stephanie (I'm actually a crocheter who is just learning to knit), the I laughed out loud several times reading this book, and though I might say I laugh out loud when reading, what I usually mean is that I laughed really loud inside my head. I actually did laugh out loud while reading his book, I just couldn't hold it in! I also read out loud whole sections to my husband, who shared at least a small amount of my amusement, and he doesn't even knit. Although I am not a knitter in the same way as Stephanie (I'm actually a crocheter who is just learning to knit), there were enough commonalities to make this an enjoyable read.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Alaine

    Entertaining enough, but I thought the quotes at the beginning of sections were excessive. I usually skip past quotes when I'm reading but I couldn't do that when they were being read aloud. They annoyed me. Not gonna lie. It felt like the book was half quotes. I liked the original content. Worth a listen if you knit. It's only about three hours long. That was the decreasing/end of one hat and about an inch of ribbing at the start of another. Entertaining enough, but I thought the quotes at the beginning of sections were excessive. I usually skip past quotes when I'm reading but I couldn't do that when they were being read aloud. They annoyed me. Not gonna lie. It felt like the book was half quotes. I liked the original content. Worth a listen if you knit. It's only about three hours long. That was the decreasing/end of one hat and about an inch of ribbing at the start of another.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Tardisgirl

    Hmm... this book was a let down. I was able to listen for only an hour, before I really had enough of it. It didn’t help that there was a horrible mention of a kid, a cat and a toilet flushing multiple times. (I would like to teach that kid a lesson by doing the same to it). And the author made a mean stab at crochet. Knitters that think crochet is beneath them, are petty. End of story. So, disappointing and awful things about drowning cats and petty insults, I’m definitely done with it.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Pam

    I like McPhee's books. My sister bought 3 of her books one for each of the 3 sisters in our family that knit. We are to read the book, put our own notes and ideas in the book then pass it to the next sister. Finally you will get your own book back with all the fun notes in it. What a great idea for knitters who love each other. I like McPhee's books. My sister bought 3 of her books one for each of the 3 sisters in our family that knit. We are to read the book, put our own notes and ideas in the book then pass it to the next sister. Finally you will get your own book back with all the fun notes in it. What a great idea for knitters who love each other.

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