Book Review: The Curse of the Boyfriend Sweater by Alanna Okun

Today I’m reviewing Alanna Okun’s new release: The Curse of the Boyfriend Sweater!

Check the book out here: https://bit.ly/2HjdOQM

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Comments

Karen Richardson says:

Wow this book sounds beautiful!

aileen sitero says:

I adored this book! Knitting literally has saved my life! Olive, you don’t need patience to craft. I encourage you to try it. Start with something simple and cherish the connection to the power of using our hands to enrich our lives.

DemiJay says:

Oo this sounds different! I’m a sewer so it has definitely caught my interest!

Blatantly Bookish says:

So this author’s name sounded really familiar. It turns out that I was apparently in a knitting club with her in college, or maybe I just remember her knitting all the time? I doubt she’d remember me at all, but I should probably read her book lol!

Steve Donoghue says:

What a wonderful, touching video! You should @ the author on Twitter with the link – it would absolutely make her day!

Karen Richardson says:

My Nan was a avid crocheter, she use to make me cardigans when I was little, fortunately I do have some of her crochete doily’s which of course are very old and falling apart but still mean the world to me…

ANGELA405 says:

Your reviews are making my wish list longer and longer. I’d have never picked this book up, but now it’s definitely on my future reading list.

Donna Kirby says:

I have this book and I can’t wait to get started! I’m a knitter and have been knitting since I was a little girl (a hundred years ago!!). My yarn stash equals my book stash! I do have dry spells, where I won’t knit for awhile, but it always comes back and I always have something on the needles.

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