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All Wound Up: The Yarn Harlot Writes for a Spin, by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee

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Who is the Yarn Harlot? She is the inner voice of knitters everywhere. She writes what all of us are thinking, and she writes what only she could think of (and it’s up to you do decide which is which). In this, her third collection of knitting and non-knitting-related essays (although she does try to […]

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Rumors of God by Darren Whitehead & Jon Tyson

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Rumors of God: Experience the Kind of Faith You´ve Only Heard About is a Christian book about the question, “What if the rumors are true?” We in North America so often hear stories about other people’s amazing faith; we read about God’s promises and mighty works in the Bible; we hear about miracles happening in […]

knit, Swirl!

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Eye candy. Inspiration. Drool-worthy. Shelf jewelry. And all those words describe only the book. What you can make with this book deserves a whole new set of adjectives. A “Swirl” is a sweater. Or is it a jacket? Or is it a piece of art that you can wear? It’s definitely a chance to pick […]