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A Killer Stitch
Maggie Sefton
When a local rancher turns up dead, knitter and amateur detective Kelly Flynn tries to help track down the killer.

 

The Friday Night Knitting Club
Kate Jacobs
Raising her 12 year old daughter and running her knitting shop keep Georgia Walker busy.  When she starts the Friday Night Knitting Club, we are drawn into the lives and stories of the diverse group of knitters.

 

The Knitting Circle
Ann Hood
Mary is encouraged to join a knitting group after loosing her 5 year old daughter to meningitis.

 

Died in the Wool
Mary Kruger
The 29 year old owner of a small town knitting shop discovers the body of a customer among her yarn.

Knitting
Anne Bartlett
Two very different women meet by chance and form an unlikely friendship over their mutual love of knitting.

 

The Shop on Blossom Street
Debbie Macomber
A Seattle yarn shop is the setting for this story of 4 diverse women who become friends in a knitting group.  (The first in The Knitting Books series)

 

Knitting Bones
Monica Ferris
When their $20,000 check for charity and the agent for the charity vanish, the Embroiderers Guild must investigate. (from the Needivecraft Mysteries series)

 

Drunk, Divorced & Covered in Cat Hair: The True-Life Misadventures of a 30-Something Who Learned to Knit After He Split
Laurie Beasley Perry
Perry learns to knit after she finds herself divorced and taking on the world alone at 33 years old. (Nonfiction)

 

Knit Together: Discover God’s Pattern for your Life
Debbie Macomber
Knitting metaphors are used to construct the message that God created us for a reason, based on the Bible's promise that God knits each one of us together in our mother's womb.  (Nonfiction)

 

Knit 2 Together: Patterns and Stories for Serious Fun
Tracey Ullman
This book contains over 30 patterns for all skill levels, in apition to sidebars, photographs, and Ullman’s own stories and reflections on her life in knitting. (Nonfiction)

 

Every Mother is a Daughter: the Never-ending Quest for Success, Inner Peace, & a Really Clean Kitchen (recipes & knitting patterns included)
Perri Klass and Sheila Solomon Klass
A memoir of mom Sheila's childhood in the 1940s and daughter Perri's present efforts to manage her own life as a writer, doctor, mother, and devoted knitter. (Nonfiction)

 

Yarn Harlot: the Secret Life of a Knitter
Stephanie Pearl-McPhee
Witty and moving stories move past instructions and patterns into the fundamentals of knitting: obsession, aggravation, reflection, and pleasure. (Nonfiction)