Things I Learned from Knitting…whether I wanted to or not by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee

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From back of book: “ ‘Beginning is easy, continuing is hard’ takes on special meaning for a knitter faces with five projects already on needles, yet struck by the irresistible urge to start something brand new.  Share Stephanie Pearl-McPhee’s amazement at the resounding, and even astonishing, truths found in everyday...
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“ ‘Beginning is easy, continuing is hard’ takes on special meaning for a knitter faces with five projects already on needles, yet struck by the irresistible urge to start something brand new.  Share Stephanie Pearl-McPhee’s amazement at the resounding, and even astonishing, truths found in everyday clichés and adages.  ‘Babies grow’ is a hard-learned lesson if you are a knitter who’s stayed up nights making a tiny sweater for a special newborn, only to discover that a baby’s ability to grow far exceeds your ability to knit.  Knowing that ‘you gotta roll with the punches’ can push an airborne knitter to the extreme of casting on with a couple of coffee stir sticks.  After all, as every knitter knows for sure, ‘idle hands are the devil’s workshop.’”

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