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Knitting in the books: The Friday Night Knitting Club

January 9, 2013

Last year I wrote about movies with characters who were able to knit. This year I would also like to talk about books about knitting or crafting.

In The Friday Night Knitting Club written by Kate Jacobs, once a week a group of women comes together at a New York City yarn shop, to work on their latest projects and share the stories of their lives.

Moral n.1: Being successful in knitting doesn’t mean to have the necessary ‘savoir faire’ in everyday and relationship life.

Moral n.2: Knitting could be considered as a social need and as a helpful activity to share your experiences with other people and learn something new while handcrafting. Both your mood and your manual skills will improve for sure.

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