What are the best fiction books that feature knitting?

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    #1Needled to Death (Knitting Mysteries)

    Needled to Death (Knitting Mysteries)

    Needled to Death (Knitting Mysteries) is the second in the series written by Maggie Sefton published on  December 6, 2005 by Berkley Prime Crime Books. It follows the story of Kelly Flynn as she takes tourists to alpaca farm.

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    Richard Hicks
    Written on May 18, 2018
    "My son bought me this book for Christmas. I love reading and I love knitting. This was a cute little book that had both my interests at heart. My son did a great job on picking me out a book because I really enjoyed it. It was an awesome mystery that revolved around knitting I thought this was a really thoughtful gift."
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    #2The Knitting Circle

    The Knitting Circle

    The Knitting Circle is a women's fiction book written by Ann Hood published on  January 22, 2007 by W. W. Norton. This audio book follows the story of Mary Baxter as she loses her only child and joins a knitting circle.

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    Denise Tran
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "his book is a MUST read. It was a page turner for me and I couldn't put it down. Because of the author's loss of her own child I found this book to be SO realistic. I hardly ever cry when reading books, this one touched me to the core. I think Ann Hood may be my new favorite writer. I've already ordered two other books by her and plan on buying all of them. Do yourself a favor and read this book, it is amazing."
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    #3A Deadly Yarn (Knitting Mysteries)

    A Deadly Yarn (Knitting Mysteries)
    A Deadly Yarn (Knitting Mysteries) is a cozy mystery and fiction book that features knitting written by Maggie Sefton published on August 1, 2006 by Berkley. It follows the story of Kelly and Megan and their up-coming artist friend.
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    Janice Franklin
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "This is a great novel that involves knitting. If you've ever wanted to read a story that involved knitting, this is it right here. The story is okay, but the knitting is divine. "
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    #4Yarn Harlot

    Yarn Harlot
    Yarn Harlot: The Secret Life of a Knitter by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee is a nonfiction autobiography book that features knitting. This humor-filled book was published on September 1, 2005 by Andrews McMeel Publishing.
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    Amit Patel
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "Great story for a knitter. It has some humor and a nice sense of personal experiences of knitting."
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    #5The Friday Night Knitting Club

    The Friday Night Knitting Club
    The Friday Night Knitting Club is the first book in the series Friday Night Knitting Club written by Kate Jacobs published on January 18, 2007 by G.P. Putnam's Sons. This women's fiction book features knitting.
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    David Price
    Written on May 13, 2018
    "'The Friday Night Knitting Club' by Kate Jacobs is like attending a real knitting club without actually leaving the house. This is neither good or bad. It is great in terms of Jacobs having nailed the intricacies of a weekly meeting of a group of women, but it is also not the most interesting reading. Thankfully there is quite a bit of higher drama and plot that keeps the novel going and the reader interested to the end."
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    #6A Good Yarn (Blossom Street)

    A Good Yarn (Blossom Street)
    A Good Yarn (Blossom Street) authored by Debbie Macomber is a romance fiction book for adults published on May 1, 2006 by Mira Books. The book follows the story of Lydia Hoffman who owns a shop on Blossom Street.
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    Cathy Jiang
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "the book looks attractive to those who like this type of reading and see it as a way to escape from the real world, and see each character and a new adventure and feel vividly what happens to them in history"
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    #7Miss Marple: Complete Short Stories (Miss Marple)

    Miss Marple: Complete Short Stories (Miss Marple)
    Miss Marple: Complete Short Stories (Miss Marple) is the fifteenth book in the series written by Agatha Christie published in 1997 by HarperCollins. This is a classic fictional short story with the element of mystery.
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    Julia Córdova
    Written on May 18, 2018
    "If you love mysteries, and you haven't read Agatha Christie, you should. She's an amazing writer."
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    #8Needles and Pearls (Jo Mackenzie)

    Needles and Pearls (Jo Mackenzie)

    Needles and Pearls (Jo Mackenzie) is the second book in the series written by Gil McNeil published on August 4, 2008 by Bloomsbury Publishing PLC. This is a women's fiction and romance book.

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    Sonia Cano
    Written on May 19, 2018
    "Jo Mackenzie is finally starting to get the hang of being a single parent. Soon though she has two men who make her life more interesting. "
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    #9A Killer Stitch (A Knitting Mystery)

    A Killer Stitch (A Knitting Mystery)
    A Killer Stitch (A Knitting Mystery) is the fourth book in the series written by Maggie Sefton published on May 1, 2007 by Berkley Hardcover. This cozy mystery-crime features the story of Kelly Flynn and her squad.
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    Donald Chavez
    Written on May 19, 2018
    "Okay I know knitting is an odd thing to be seeking out, but honestly this is one of the most attention grabbing mystery books i've read in years! I've read every book in the series and I recommend that you do as well. Actually, one you read one you won't be able to stop yourself from reading the rest!"
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    #10Knitting Under the Influence

    Knitting Under the Influence

    Knitting Under the Influence is a women's fiction and romance book that features knitting authored by Claire LaZebnik and was published on September 1, 2006 by 5 Spot. It follows the life story of Kathleen, Sari, and Lucy.

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    Arturo Mata
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "If you're into knitting and wondered whether it could be adapted into a story, look no further. Knitting Under the Influence is a tale about two women whose knitting brings them, and other people, together. It's a fairly novel concept and I found the book fairly interesting. If knitting is not your thing then this book might not be for you, but it doesn't focus too much on it."

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Best What are the best fiction books that feature knitting
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Needled to Death (Knitting Mysteries)Books 33 Paid
2The Knitting CircleBooks 32 Paid
3A Deadly Yarn (Knitting Mysteries)Books 29 Paid
4Yarn HarlotBooks 29 Paid
5The Friday Night Knitting ClubBooks 26 Paid
6A Good Yarn (Blossom Street)Books 25 Paid
7Miss Marple: Complete Short Stories (Miss Marple)Books 22 Paid
8Needles and Pearls (Jo Mackenzie)Books 20 Paid
9A Killer Stitch (A Knitting Mystery)Books 11 Paid
10Knitting Under the InfluenceBooks 4 Paid
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