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Things I Learned From Knitting

...whether I wanted to or not

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Published By
Storey Publishing, LLC
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Number Of Pages
160
Publication Date
April 15, 2008
ISBN
9781603421003

Things I Learned From Knitting

...whether I wanted to or not

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With a knitter’s perspective, Stephanie Pearl-McPhee describes the astonishing wisdom and hard-to-swallow truths that are embedded in everyday clichés. You’ll laugh with Pearl-McPhee as she realizes that “babies grow” after spending nights knitting a now-too-small sweater. “Beginning is easy, continuing is hard” takes on a new meaning to the knitter who has five projects going, but wants to start another. The next time you drop a stitch, take a cue from this insightful collection and remember, “if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” 

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Review quotes

“Stephanie Pearl-McPhee is a master storyteller.”

“Pearl-McPhee had the crowd in – ahem – stitches.”

A front-page feature in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution covering Stephanie’s event stated, “ “It’s like our version of Woodstock,” Atlanta business owner Karen Jacobson observed wryly of the event.” Another quote reads, “ “It’s like when I saw the Beatles in 1964. Better, actually. This time I didn’t have to hitchhike to get there.”

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Product details

Published By
Storey Publishing, LLC
Categories
Number Of Pages
160
Publication Date
April 15, 2008
ISBN
9781603421003

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