Knit Two by Kate Jacobs is a sequel to the Friday Night Knitting Club. If you enjoyed the first one, I would definitely recommend this book. Dakota, Georgia’s daughter, is now in college, which is a difficult transition for everyone. The novel follows the girls in the store and what they are doing now, years later. As the women’s lives change, so do their knitting projects, (baby booties, afghans, etc.). I enjoy Jacobs’ writing as an easy read with an easy to follow plot. If you are curious what the knitting club is up to now, pick up this sequel.
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Review Submitted by: Marianne Hamilton