Klass is a pediatrician, mother, writer, and self-described "tight knitter who likes to wear loose clothing." This book contains no knitting patterns or instruction; instead, it is a collection of personal essays, originally published in Knitter's magazine or other publications. Whether she's relaying her bout with knitting-induced repetitive stress injury, knitting as a medical student studying to be a pediatrician, or writing about the knitting community's reactions to the events of 9/11, her essays will be a pleasure for lovers of knitting and good writing. For large public libraries. Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.