Knit the Season: A Friday Night Knitting Club Novel
The ladies of the #1 New York Times bestselling The Friday Night Knitting Club celebrate special times with family and friends. 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... show more
The ladies of the #1 New York Times bestselling The Friday Night Knitting Club celebrate special times with family and friends. 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...
Publish date: November 2nd 2010
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Friday Night Knitting Club (#3)
The final book in the Friday Night Knitting Club series takes us through the holidays season as big changes are afoot for the members of the club. Set one year after the last installment, Anita and Marty are finally getting married, Catherine's relationship with Marco is growing deeper, Peri's busin...
This was wonderful! The shortest and the best of the three books about the Friday Night Knitting Club. Dakota's twenty, no longer a child and everyone is starting to get on with their own dreams. But their not deserting her! So much of their lives still revolve around Dakota and the yarn shop and th...
Did not enjoy this book as much as the previous two books. Still liked it just not as much.Too disjointed of a book.
A 3.5 star review.Definitely the weakest of the lot, but it's a sweet Christmas story (starting just before Thanksgiving and ending just after New Years Eve) and a quick read, so perfect for a lazy Christmas Day morning.It's linked quite closely to "Knit Two" and ties up a lot of the loose ends from...
not my fav. of the knit books