"White China" by Molly Wolf (Jossey-Bass, 2005)
Knitters know Molly Wolf as the co-editor (with Linda Roghaar) of the Knitlit series: KnitLit : Sweaters and Their Stories...and Other Writing About Knitting (2002); KnitLit (too) : Stories from Sheep to Shawl . . . and More Writing About Knitting (2004); and KnitLit the Third : We Spin More Yarns (2005), all from Three Rivers Press.
Wolf not only finds spiritual meaning in knitting, she discovers the divine in all kinds of everyday life in Ontario, Canada. And she has been writing about it for years, first in her e-mailed "Sabbath Blessings," and now in three books, the most recent of which is called White China.
See my review of White China on explorefaith.org.