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Another Trestle Press Digital Short Story Series:
Amish Knitting Circle is a continuing short story series about 6 women. Granny Weaver started the circle when she saw her wool was stronger when spun into yarn. So she starts a knitting circle, believing the women will be stronger as they face life together.
Volume 6 ~ Old World Christmas
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Published by Trestle Press (first published December 9th 2011)
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Wendy
This is a review on the first six volumes of The Amish Knitting Circle, they are very short stories and I've read all that are available at this time, there are more to come, Karen is already working on volume seven.

I just finished these short stories by reading the last two volumes this afternoon and evening, not steadily but while stopping to to other things too, the first four I read during the short drives to town and back only, so they took a while longer. Yes, they are very short and I rea
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Sandy
All of these Amish Knitting Circle books are very abbreviated and, at most, take a couple hours to read. I love Amish books but won't be enticed by these again!
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Amish Knitting Circle (1 - 10 of 11 books)
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  • Weddings (Amish Knitting Circle, #2)
  • Thanksgiving (Amish Knitting Circle, #3)
  • Snowflakes (Amish Knitting Circle, #4)
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