Sometimes you don't know what your story is until you start to tell it. When my teacher, Ann, passed away suddenly nine months into my beginner knitting class, followed by my dad and then my mom, the book I was planning to write - a lighthearted collection of Ann's knitting tips and techniques - turned into something much deeper. As I followed the yarn where it led me, I discovered the ways in which my life was intertwined with Ann's, and, in the process, I began to uncover my own true story. qTattoo this on your eyelids! This book is really really good....It's got everything going for it; funny stories, heart warming anecdotes, awesome information about how to take care of your knits, and a mass of other little facts and details that range form interesting to 'ohmergawd how did I not know this ', q writes Theo DeAndrea qThis book is without a doubt one of the most wonderful reads....Thanks to Reba, not only did Ann teach her class at the Y, but now us as well, q says qMySistersKnitter.qThey have such a bold effect that they may seem daunting. Nonetheless, they are quite simple to do. Cables are accomplished by holding a small number of stitches aside while you knit other stitches, then pulling those set-aside stitchesanbsp;...
|Title||:||Follow the Yarn: The Knitting Wit & Wisdom of Ann Sokolowski|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2013-10-15|