Knit, Pray Share....A Book Review


I was blessed to receive a copy of Knit, Pray, Share from author Lisa Hennessy to review.


175 Pages

Over 50 projects


Faith and Fiber are both important components of my life and I love to share both! Knit, Pray, Share is an extension of how I feel about my Savior and a craft that sometimes saves in time of happiness, hurt and healing.


Now lets dig in!


First Glance

The book is categorized by projects for hats and headbands, for the home and so forth. You will definitely find projects that you enjoy and are multi-purpose and functional. The projects can be a quick knit depending on your skill level and a skill builder if you new to the craft. The projects will also give you the opportunity to use a variety of fiber content.


Photographs

The photographs are illustrated very well. Let's face it in our society we just want to see pictures but as makers we need to see close up and different angles. They are well lit and also the projects are used as intended not obscure at all.




The Projects

There are a variety of projects but they are projects with a purpose. A Prayer and scripture are included along with each project. Remember that title, Knit, PRAY you can't help but reflect and give praise with these projects. Lisa has included the skill level, care instructions and even video tutorials if you need assistance. If you are an experienced knitter this would be a great book for gift knitting or gifting to a fellow knitter. I knit before and sometimes after service and I find people will approach me because of my knitting. It's a great way to share the gospel and introduce others to the craft we love so much.



There is a common thread that is not lost, Christ died for us and that redemption is shared in every project in this book.


There are several projects on my list. What I also like is as a handspinner I can spin for the projects too. Or use some of my bulkier yarns as well. Whether you are creating for yourself or giving this book Lisa reminds us of what God did for us and how we can bless others. #knitprayshare


Conclusion

I enjoyed this book and it touched my heart. The projects are thoughtful, loving and are a reminder of the ultimate sacrifice. I would recommend this book for any knitter who loves to bless others. A knitter who loves our savior. Youth groups or meetup groups who love to bless others.


Thank you Lisa! May God continue to bless you!

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