Amish Knitting Circle - Volume 1 - Beginnings by Karen Anna Vogel

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Granny Weaver is praying for five women in her Old Order Amish community in Smicksburg, PA., but nothing seems to be happening. Spinning wool one day she ponders the fact that fibers wrapped around each other make a yarn that’s hard to break. Maybe the women she sees unraveling need to be spun together so they don’t break.
So Granny starts a knitting circle to make items for tornado victims in Joplin, MO. She invites Maryann who looks too tired and needs a break from her eight children. Ella seems mighty down since a doctor told her she can’t have children. Emma feels she’ll never get married because of her weight. Ruth has been depressed since the day she got married and won’t tell anyone why. Elizabeth never married to take care of her handicapped father, but others suspects she has a broken heart over a broken courtship.
Over the course of a year these women open up at the knitting circle. Their hearts are encouraged, being knit together in love as they face trials and troubles…together.”
About Karen Anna Vogel:
A trusted English friend among Amish in Western PA and Western NY, my four grown children call me an ‘Amish Addict.’ My husband of thirty years shares my addiction. Our Old Order Amish friends have taken us back to a time when life was slower. Slow enough to enjoy our faith, family and friends. Slow enough to make me relax and join a knitting circle and learn to spin wool. Wanting to share what I’ve learned from these gentle people led me to write Amish fiction. I’m represented by Joyce Hart of Hartline Literary Agency and blog under Amish Crossings: Member of Pittsburgh East Scribes and ACFW.

About Karen Anna Vogel

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KAREN ANNA VOGEL is a trusted English friend to Amish families in Western PA and Western NY. These friends inspired her to write the Amish Knitting Circle series. She and her husband, Tim, live in a century old farmhouse and enjoy rural life and homesteading. Their four grown kids have flown the coop, but see them often. Karen and Tim feel called to "Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. (Proverbs 31:8) They've been involved with Compassion International for over fifteen years. Karen blogs about Amish life at Amish Crossings. You will find her blog and other information at
Published June 16, 2012 by Helping Hands Press. 17 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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