Old Yarns It is five years since the members of The Friday Night Knitting Club bonded during divorce, job loss, romance, birth -- and the sudden death of their dear friend, Georgia. But the Walker and Daughter knitting store on Manhattan's Upper West Side is still going strong. New Patterns Drawn together by their love for Georgia's daughter, Dakota, and the sense of family the club provides, each knitter is struggling with new challenges: for Catherine, finding love after divorce; for Darwin, newborn twins; for Lucie, being both single mum and carer for her elderly mother, and for Anita, marriage to her sweetheart over the objections of her grown-up children. A love letter to the power of female friendship and, of course, knitting, Knit Two is entertainment with heart.
Praise for THE FRIDAY NIGHT KNITTING CLUB:'Have a tissue box ready for this emotional rollercoaster of a book' -- She 'Funny, sad and effortlessly hip' -- thelondonpaper
Kate Jacobs is the author of the No 1 New York Times bestseller The Friday Night Knitting Club and Comfort Food. She left her native Canada to earn a graduate degree at New York University -- and made her home in Manhattan for a decade, where she worked at Redbook, Working Woman, Family Life and LifetimeTV.com. Currently she lives in Southern California with her husband. To find out more about her novels, visit Kate's website at www.katejacobsbooks.com.