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...
Praise for Knit the Season "The spirit of the season permeates every page."--USA Today
"Readers who anticipate comforting, heartwarming stories from Jacobs's series will not be disappointed: curling up with a Friday Night Knitting Club novel is like visiting with old friends...This holiday entry is sure to please fans and leave them hungry for the next installment."--Booklist
"The newest addition to Kate Jacobs's immensely popular Friday Night Knitting Club series...[gives readers a] warm, fuzzy feeling."--Family Circle
More Praise for the Friday Night Knitting Club Series
"Like Steel Magnolias set in Manhattan."--USA Today
"The book's great--worth reading now."--Glamour
"Impossible to put down."--Booklist
"As comforting, enveloping and warm as a well-crafted afghan."--Publishers Weekly
"Fans [will] eagerly snuggle in to see how the friends piece together their knitting projects while finding solace in one another's company."--People
"Fans of Debbie Macomber's Blossom Street series will find much to enjoy here."--Library Journal
"It's all here--dating, love, motherhood, career, estrangement, death and, especially, friendships that span generations...[A] quick, fun, poignant yarn."--The Seattle Times
"Knitters will enjoy seeing the healing power of stitching put into words. Its simplicity and soothing repetition leave room for conversation, laughter, revelations, and friendship--just like the beauty shop in Steel Magnolias."--Detroit Free Press
"An absolutely beautiful, deeply moving portrait of female friendship."--New York Times bestselling author Kristin Hannah