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Knit the Season by Kate Jacobs SOUTH HILLS BOOK CLUB

A few months ago we read the first two installments of the Friday Night Knitting Club. The latest book Knit the Season comes out in paperback on November 2, 2010. We decided when we finished the first two that we would read this over Christmas and talk about it in January!
Knit the Season by Kate Jacobs Description
Not only are the holidays are just around the corner, the women who knit at Manhattan's Walker & Daughter have an extra reason to celebrate: there's a wedding planned for New Year's Day. In the meantime, college-age Dakota Walker is working to finish a sweater her mother started before Dakota was born. As she takes on her mother's pattern, she learns from her family and friends that there was much more history in these stitches than she had anticipated, and that to build on her mother's legacy, Dakota must allow herself to become the woman she truly desires to be...
Don't forget to bring Chick Lit Books to suggest for February! Please bring a chick lit book about Valentines day, Love or Chocolate!

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  • Lindsey B.

    I enjoyed the holiday season throughout the book and following up with Dakota's life. It wasn't as good as the first book but I enjoyed reading it around Christmas!

    January 6, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    That's right! I had it in my head that it was about Dakota! But now I remember it was about Gus. I loved that book!

    December 13, 2010

  • Lindsey B.

    Comfort Food is actually about different characters than the Knitting books, so we are all good!

    December 13, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    Did you guys read the third book? Comfort Food comes between Knit Too and Knit the Season. I don't think it makes a big difference if you miss it, but I wanted to make sure anyone who really wanted to had time to grab it!

    December 13, 2010

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