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The Knitting Goddess: Finding the Heart and Soul of Knitting Through Instruction

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2003

    A new twist on knitting books

    Some people read cookbooks even when they're not planning a menu. This book is for knitters who read pattern books even when they're not planning a project... the essays and easy-to-read patterns are hugely entertaining, though I will admit I have not yet made a project out of this book! The only thing I miss is more concrete description of the yarns in the pattern--the yarns listed are far too expensive for me to purchase and I had to go online to find descriptions of weight and fiber.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2002

    Engaging!

    I picked this up and couldn't put it down. This book has a way of drawing you in. Interesting stories about knitting goddesses with applications for everyday knitting--A very inspiring book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2001

    A fun read AND some lovely knits, too

    Each chapter features a mythical goddess or biblical figure with entertaining stories and how their legends fit into our own lives and are connected to the fiber arts. The projects are useful; a 'smoke ring' scarf, a stole, a turtleneck pullover in fuzzy yarn that flatters nearly everyone that puts it on. Plenty of room to adapt these models to your own ideas. What is missing is colored photos, but you can visit the author's website to see some pictures of knitted-up models.

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