“Knitting saved my life.”
Synopsis from Barnes & Noble.com: You might have heard about a wonderful little yarn store in downtown
In the year since it opened, A Good Yarn has thrived -- and so has Lydia Hoffman, the owner. A lot of that is due to Brad Goetz. But when Brad's ex-wife reappears,
Four women, brought together by the craft of knitting, find companionship and comfort in each other. Who would've thought that knitting socks could change your life?
Random Thoughts: As with the first book in this series (The Shop on Blossom Street), I love the characters in A Good Yarn. Macomber draws you into her character’s lives and I can’t wait to see what happens to them. This book focuses on three very different women—Elise Beaumont, Bethanne Hamlin, and Courtney Pulanski—as they get together to learn how to knit socks and be true to themselves. Lydia Hoffman, the owner of The Shop on
Favorite part: I really enjoy reading books where each chapter is written from a different character’s point of view (all three books in this series do this).
Rating: 4 1/2