Over the centuries, shawls have come to symbolize shelter, peace, and spiritual sustenance. Today, knitters and crocheters of all faiths are creating handmade shawls for people in need, as gifts of comfort, hope, and peace. What started as a grass-roots movement has quickly grown into an international cause, with countless numbers of shawls being given to grateful recipients around the globe.
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This book is OK, but you can get all of the same information free at the Lion Brand Yarn website. In fact they have more patterns and advice on the website than there is in this book. This book has color photos which are helpful, but that is about the only advantage to buying the book.