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This is a blog dedicated to the life, spirit, and art of knitting. I review new books on knitting, share insights and experiences about knitting, and write thoughts about the practice and art of knitting.
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Be sure to check out my the first book in my new series, The Prayer Shawl Chronicles: Stories of Unlikely Connections & Unexpected Gifts. This is a collection of interrelated short stories based on women who knit prayer shawls, their stories of healing through knitting, and the amazing connections between the knitters and those who anonymously receive these knitted gifts. Set in and around an Episcopal church in Tennessee, this short but sweet book will make you laugh, cry, and think about why we knit and how much our knitting might mean for others. Available in paperback, e-book, and included in Kindle Unlimited at this link.
The second book in The Prayer Shawls Chronicles has just been released! The Knitting Guild of All Saints follows the characters from Book One and introduces new characters as well. Romance blooms, unlikely connections are made, and characters find themselves in unlikely places and situations. Available in paperback, e-book, and included in Kindle Unlimited at this link. Thanks to all those who have already read my new book and left nice ratings! Much appreciated!
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