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A Good Yarn by Debbie Macomber
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Wonderful story about a woman and her yarn shop, plus her customers and neighbors. Lovely. ( )
  wareagle78 | Jan 26, 2014 |
sunday afternoon special. this is the story of several women woven togeter throught their attendance at a class to knit socks. the sory was easy to read and entirly belivable, nothing so major happened as would be reported in even the local press but it was mojor in the lives of these women. I would reccomend this for someone who wanted a comforatble and easy read
  jessicariddoch | Dec 30, 2012 |
Love these books ( )
  mchwest | Jun 18, 2012 |
Light reading of the best kind especially if you are a knitter like myself. Great storytelling although a tad squelchy at the end when everything comes right ( )
  happyanddandy1 | Apr 8, 2012 |
This is another wonderful book by Debbie Macomber. This is the second book in a series on Blossom Street about the people who live in the area or own some of the store fronts on Blossom Street. Three new members of the knitting class, plus the knitting store owner and her sister are portrayed in this book, weaving their stories together. ( )
  KathyBrandt | Mar 18, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0778322955, Mass Market Paperback)

Pleas join me at A Good Yarn! It's a wonderful little knitting shop in downtown Seattle -- a place of welcome and warmth, of friends old and new. Come and discover how knitting a pair of socks can change your life!
Debbie Macomber

Lydia Hoffman owns the shop on Blossom Street. In the year since it opened, A Good Yarn has thrived -- and so has Lydia. A lot of that is due to Brad Goetz. But when Brad's ex-wife reappears, Lydia is suddenly afraid to trust her newfound happiness.

Three women join Lydia's newest class. Elisa Beaumont, retired and bitterly divorced, learns that her onetime husband is reentering her life. Bethanne Hamlin is facing the fallout from a much more recent divorce. And Courtney Pulanski is a depressed and overweight teenager, whose grandmother's idea of helping her is to drag her to seniors' swim sessions -- and to the knitting class at A Good Yarn.

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The shop on Blossom Street called The Good Yarn has now been open for a year, and Lydia Hoffman is starting a new session of knitting classes. Once again, a disparate group of women find friendship and comfort as they learn the age-old craft of knitting. Readers will be pleased to know that the characters from The Shop on Blossom Street make return appearances in A Good Yarn.… (more)

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