Started off slow with a lot of characters to keep track of but as I got further into the story it became more interesting hearing the little details of peoples lives and their inner thoughts. It definitely took a turn I did not expect towards the very end that left me crying in a book, one of the only times I have.
Georgia raised her 13-year-old daughter all on her own in New York while starting up her own yarn store. She didn’t need any help from a man or her family. All she needed was her friends. Slowly a group of women began gathering ever Friday night in the shop to work on their knitting projects leading each of them to tell their stories and learn about each other.
Definitely a emotional book, great read for women, especially if you are fond of knitting. You don’t even have to know how to knit in order to enjoy the journey and struggle of these women.
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