©2009 Mary Beth Temple; (P)2009 Knitting Out Loud
If you are beginning knitter or thinking about it or maybe you are pro, this fun book is a short happy listen of knitting terminology sure to liven your knitting experience...
Mary Beth made me lough out loud as she described and intonated her knitting abscission it reminded me of me... its good to lough at yourself...
I loved it so mush I've listened this book over and over in the same day...
Yes, I would listen to "The Secret Language of Knitters" again! This is not only informative, but also, very entertaining!! It is written and read in such a light-hearted manner, I could not help but "feel good" just by listening to it!! The author has a way of not only writing, but narrating her work as though she were right there next to you, telling you her story personally!!
One of the "subjects" I liked was how she likened knitting to an addiction!! She really says it like it is, and I am definitely guilty!!! The author pokes fun at THIS addiction and of course lets us know this one is really okay, and we are definitly not alone in it!!!
To remember to keep my knitting excapades light-hearted and to remember to laugh at my own "crazys", wether I'm "frogging, sex-ing, or kip-ing"!
Great work! I think the author is a wonderful writer and story-teller, and hope she'll bring us more knitting reads in the future!
My name is really Ruth!
Very funny! Loved it! I think even my husband who doesn't knit would have good laugh. Hey, he likes to make fun of me and my hobbies.
Fun, Funny, and upbeat.
Knitspeak. It's all about the definitions of the shorthand of knitting.
No. She does others? I'll have to look into that.
Didn't realize goat fibre was Mohair, but I did know the angora and bunny association.
Everyone who knits or knows someone who knits - really should listen to this book.
It was funny.
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Knitting is universal.
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