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Things I Learned From Knitting (whether I wanted to or not) With A Knitter S Perspective, Stephanie Pearl McPhee Describes The Astonishing Wisdom And Hard To Swallow Truths That Are Embedded In Everyday Clich S 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.


10 thoughts on “Things I Learned From Knitting (whether I wanted to or not)

  1. says:

    I ordered this book fromon a whim, thinking I wanted something other than a pattern book for some light reading This pocket sized book is a collection of musings from the Yarn Harlot paralleling life with knitting It was cute, if sometimes a little forced I think anyone can find a knitting life parallel if they try hard enough, and none of the anecdotes were earthshaking or eye opening Pearl McPhee rights with a quick wit and a sense of humor that makes the read enjoyable, though, an I ordered this book fromon a whim, thinking I wanted something other than a pattern book for some light reading This pocket sized book is a collection of musings from the Yarn Harlot paralleling life with knitting It was cute, if sometimes a little forced I think anyone can find a knitting life parallel if they try hard enough, and none of the anecdotes were earthshaking or eye opening Pearl McPhee rights with a quick wit and a sense of humor that makes the read enjoyable, though, and it d...


  2. says:

    I read this book on one of THOSE days and promptly sent the author some well deserved karmic kudos Boy, did I ever need the laughs Granted, knitters will be the most appreciative of this humor but trust me, any crafty kind of person, male or female, will enjoy this book Just swap in whatever you use, thread, beads, glue gun, hammer, blowtorch, etc., and you ll be off I won t say anything else but instead, will share a few of the wonderfully humorous observations From the side bar, 1 of 4 th I...


  3. says:

    I tend to shy away from books that put a philosophical spin on knitting I do not enter into some transcendent state of enlightenment as a result of knitting Yes, it is a passion, therapy and outlet, but knitting has not taught me things, rather, life has and I am able to apply what I have learned to my c...


  4. says:

    This was honestly just adorable and made me giggle so many times I found myself on several occasions reading out many bits to my family none of them are knitters, but they live vicariously through me, sigh.Also, CANADIAN AUTHOUR 10 POINTS AWARDED TO GRYFFINDOR Seriously though, she actually lives in the same city as me, it s kind of a big deal, I m really excited, I could run into her in a knitting sho...


  5. says:

    This little book is a humorous take on knitting written by a long time knitter, and she recounts the life lessons that she has learned from knitting It draws parallels to real life situations and it s pretty funny I guess you have to be a knitter to get the full enjoyment o...


  6. says:

    Hilarious collection of life s and knitting s little lessons Fast read that I finished in one evening I am not a very good knitter, I am much better at and prefer crochet My relationship to yarn has taught me these lessons as well If yo...


  7. says:

    If you are a knitter and have not read any of Pearl McPhee s musings on knitting and life, you would do well to start with this little book Pearl McPhee aka the Yarn Harlot will make you laugh out loud as she writes about the behavior and character...


  8. says:

    I read one of Stephanie s books and loved every word of it Then I bought threeof her books for me and my sisters We are reading them, making little notes and then passing it on the next sister.Delightful book My favorite chapter was the 42nd thing, All s well that ends well Stephanie draws a parallel between parenting and knitting In both knitting and parenting, the very hardest thing is that you have to do a lot of work for a long time before you have any idea at all if the project I read one of Stephanie s books and loved every word of it Then I bought threeof her books for me and my sisters We are reading them, making little notes and then passing it on the next sister.Delightful book My favorite chapter was the 42nd thing, All s well that ends well Stephanie draws a parallel between parenting and knitting In both knitting and parenting, the very hardest thing is that you have to do a lot of work for a long time befo...


  9. says:

    This book is primarily a work of humor, but there are some underlying truths beneath the lighthearted writing Amusing, thoughtful, and above all, concise.Did I like it Yes.Would I reread it Maybe.Would I recommend it Yes.


  10. says:

    If you knit bobbles on the front of a sweater, they look like nipples Further, multiple bobbles down the front of the sweater make it look as though you re equipped to nurse a litter LOL, true true Fun little read appreciated best by we knitters.