Loose Knit download epub
by Theresa Rebeck
To finish the increase, knit into the back of the old stitch on the left-hand needle There are often paired increases of this sort on each side of a knitted item, such as a knit bandana to make a triangle shape.
To finish the increase, knit into the back of the old stitch on the left-hand needle. This stitch is made in exactly the same way you'd make a stitch on the front part of the loop, you're just doing it in the part of the loop that is behind the needle. Continue to 5 of 7 below. There are often paired increases of this sort on each side of a knitted item, such as a knit bandana to make a triangle shape. Increases on one side only make a slanted piece, as shown. Continue to 7 of 7 below.
1994) A Book by Theresa Rebeck. Characters: 2 male, 5 female. Combination set: interior and exterior. Once a week in the heart of New York City five women gather to knit. As the sweaters pile up, their lives fall apart. Liz is having an affair with her sister's husband, Gina's lost her job, Paula is having an identity crisis, and Margie just wants a date.
Theresa Rebeck is a playwright. She also works as a television writer. Her input went into popular shows such as Dream On, Brooklyn Bridge, . Law, American Dreamer, Maximum Bob, First Wave, and Third Watch. Ms. Rebeck has an MFA in Playwrighting and a PhD. in Victorian Melodrama, from Brandeis Univ Theresa Rebeck is a playwright.
Theresa Rebeck (born February 19, 1958) is an American playwright, television writer, and novelist. Her work has appeared on the Broadway and Off-Broadway stage, in film, and on television. Among her awards are the Mystery Writers of America's Edgar Award. In 2012, she received the Athena Film Festival Award for Excellence as a Playwright and Author of Films, Books, and Television. Her works have influenced American playwrights by bringing a feminist edge in her old works.
Loose kni. hich means that the stitches are loosely knitted, with low tension. Lint often appears where there is a lot of friction – under the arms, for example. It’s best to pull off the little knots with your fingers. The fibres can extend in all directions because the yarn is only lightly twisted and caught. This makes the knitwear even lighter, more permeable to the air and softer, just like cotton wool. And this is what makes a loose knit fabric so specially fluffy, furry and beautiful. However, a loose knit garment must be treated well.
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This is a monologue from Loose Knit by Teresa Rebeck. I've been re-working old monologues and found a new love for this one. This is a monologue from Loose Knit by Teresa Rebeck.
Only 14 left in stock (more on the way). Publications: Collected Plays Volumes I, II and III, Free Fire Zone, all with Smith & Kraus, and two novels, Three Girls and Their Brother and Twelve Rooms With a View, with Random House/Shaye Areheart Books.
Characters: 2 male, 5 female
Combination set: interior and exterior.
Once a week in the heart of New York City five women gather to knit. As the sweaters pile up, their lives fall apart. Liz is having an affair with her sister's husband, Gina's lost her job, Paula is having an identity crisis, and Margie just wants a date. Into their lives steps Miles, a cool businessman who made his first million before he was thirty and is now looking for a wife. On a series of hilarious blind dates in a sushi restaurant, Miles and the women go head to head in an attempt to define what it is men and women want these days. As in her previous comedy, Spike Heels , the author outlines the battle between the sexes with wit, ferocity and insight in a contemporary comedy of manners.
"A heady blend of Noel Coward and Wendy Wasserstein.... Loose Knit has enough crackle to qualify as one of the smarter comedies of manners to be seen in New York recently. The triumph of Miles is that he is as charming as he is monstrous." N.Y. Times.