Knitting Book Reviews

Never Not Knitting!
by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee

Not technically a book, of course, but hey, it’s reading material and made up of pages, right?

This, of course, is the 365-day calendar of Stephanie Pearl-McPhee. The quote from the back?

"A sassy year of inspiration, observations, passion, practical advice for knitters of all ages and skill levels. Plus knitting ling, The Way Knit Was, Purls of Wisdom, and You Know You Knit Too Much When…"

If you’re looking for a calendar of knitting stitches and patterns, this is not the one you want. But if you want one with clever quips and entertaining observations, you’ll enjoy this one.

Now, I’ll confess that I have not read through this, so my review is based on random flipping, but, darn it, the fun of a calendar like this is seeing each new page as the year moves along. If I read the whole thing NOW, where’s the fun?

This is available for under $10 at Amazon … Why don’t you treat yourself!

Reviewed by Deb Boyken

Deb has been knitting since 1987 and has accumulated quite a collection of knitting books over the years. Her website, Knitting Scholar, can be found at .