Dee has a high powered job that forces her to work pretty much around the clock, but when rumors start mysteriously circling around the office, she gets fired. Meanwhile her younger brother JP is in need of help with his knitting shop. He has broken both his wrists, and can’t dress himself, let alone keep up with his shop and actually knit.
While Dee helps out with the knitting shop, she sees an old friend and learns that she has just had a baby four weeks early who is in the NICU. Wanting to do something to help her, she enlists the help of JP and some of his customers, who make tiny hats for the baby. Seeing how much helpful this is, and how appreciated, Dee then sets off trying to help even more new mothers with baby hats, and in turn tries to expand JP’s business.
When she starts overstepping and taking charge too much, she has to re-evaluate exactly what she wants out of her life, and how she is going to do that.
I enjoyed the book a lot. It was especially fun to me because I have crocheted baby hats for preemies at hospitals, and have many friends who knit, so I appreciated some of the strange idiosyncrasies mentioned about knitters as a whole. I listened to the audio book version of this book and the I enjoyed this narrator immensely! A very warm and fuzzy read, and a perfect palate cleanser of a book!
Thank you so much to Saga Egmont for providing me with an audio copy of this book via Netgalley in exchange for my honest review!