K1P1quebec wrote: There's a great set of books about a knit shop owned by a lady called Georgia Walker, who raises a daughter alone in New York City, and creates a career and makes a home all through her designing skills. I can't think for the life of me what the titles are, but they are SO good. If anyone can help me out, I'd appreciate it!
The series you are speaking of is by Kate Jacobs. the first was titled "The Friday Night Knitting Club", then came "Knit The Season" followed by "Knit Two".
For Christmas my Sis gave me a short read by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee. titled "Things I Learned from Knitting...whether I wanted to or not" If you want a funny and at times an all true take on knitters you will enjoy this book and with only 150 pages it is a quick read.
I've been trying to make my way through J.K. Rowling's Casual Vacancy, my Granddaughter keeps telling me to stick with it as it does get better.