I can hear her delight with the magic that is knitting, and that makes me smile.
She puts into words what many knitters feel but cannot express in a way others might understand.
I hope she continues to record her books. I have all her printed books but only two audiobooks.
Stephanie is a master of the knitting genre... her rich knowledge of art history carries forward into a humourous look at this artform and the people who love it.
Stephanie's writing is best served in her own words... her sense of comedic timing, wordplay and subtle humour is a great "listen"!
Understanding I'm not alone in my knitting fanaticism is such a comfort.
Believe or not, there is a story woven throughout this knitting travelog about Alice, as she evolves from a spectator into a knitter with a
Pearl-McPhee's animated performance of her own work is both hilarious and genuine. I hope she wouldn't be insulted if her voice was lilkened to actress Debra Winger's?
Being misunderstood and/or underappreciated need not prevent us from pursuing our passions.
Non-knitters closely associated with knitters may find this book helpful in demystifying how a knitter's brain works, and grappling with the realization that the knitter's enthusiasm is unlikely to wane - ever!
If you are a knitter you will love this book.
I love her wittyness.
Stephanie Pearl-McPhee herself.
I really enjoyed this book and the more I knit the more I think of Stephanie Pearl-McPhee's experiences and relate to them.
I have enjoyed Stephanie's books and blog since the beginning, and have met her in person. She is incredibly funny, down to earth not to mention talented. The fact that she narrates her own books makes this a no brainer! Love it!