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It's My Party and I'll Knit If I Want To!…
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It's My Party and I'll Knit If I Want To! (Food, Family & Friends…

by Sharon Aris

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An amusing and light hearted look at knitting. For me it was nice that it focused on knitting in Australia, a Country close to my heart. It didn't make we want to rush out and grab my needles, but it did make me realise that I miss my Aussie family more than I thought! - I enjoyed the mini biographies of those being interviewed and it was good to get pointers towards mailing lists and web sites.
Originally reviewed 2nd Dec 2007. ( )
  AnglersRest | Feb 2, 2013 |
An interesting little knitting book with some nice patterns. ( )
  barpurple | Mar 18, 2011 |
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This lighthearted, philosophical look at the current knitting craze views its popularity as third-wave feminism in action. Part how-to, part social criticism, it addresses such issues as the appropriateness of knitting in public, sharing needles, and the use of natural versus synthetic yarns. A dozen knitting patterns for hot water bottle covers, scarves, baby clothes, and doggie sweaters are also included.… (more)

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