Knitting Under the Influence


Author: Claire LaZebnik

When you’re in your late twenties and nothing in your life seems to be falling into place, knitting is an awfully seductive way to spend your free time — especially when life doesn’t come with a stitch counter.,Kathleen, Sari, and Lucy’s Sunday knitting circle is the only thing holding them together. Kathleen has been cut off financially by her family and forced to enter….Read More

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