In her latest novel in the popular Elm Creek Quilts series, Chiaverini spins a delightful new batch of yarns and weaves them together with the skill of an expert storyteller. This third installment introduces the Cross Country Quilters, a group of far-flung friends who pledge to complete a "challenge quilt" before they meet again in one year's ...Read MoreIn her latest novel in the popular Elm Creek Quilts series, Chiaverini spins a delightful new batch of yarns and weaves them together with the skill of an expert storyteller. This third installment introduces the Cross Country Quilters, a group of far-flung friends who pledge to complete a "challenge quilt" before they meet again in one year's time.Read Less
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I've read 13 of the Elm Creek Quilt series and
they are so well written. I will continue to order
more, until I complete the series. The characters are so real and it is easy to relate
to each one of them.
A friend sent me the first few and I really got
Jan 20, 2011
Loved the story of women (not young but not old) facing challenges, sharing the good and the bad of life's changes---the common thread that ties the women and their stories together is quilting.
Publishers Weekly, 2001-03-05 The third installment in the popular Elm Creek Quilts series (The Quilter's Apprentice; Round Robin) once again features an ensemble cast of women who learn the importance of friendship and sisterhood by way of their passion for quilting. This time, five women from across the country meet during a weeklong visit to Elm Creek quilting camp in rural Waterford, Pa. Craft and crises intertwine as each woman reveals her private tale of family conflict, marital woes and health concerns. Julia Merchaud is an aging soap star, at camp to acquire quilting skills she falsely claimed to possess in order to secure a film role, while renowned quilter Grace Daniels, recently diagnosed with MS, suffers quilter's block and comes to Elm Creek hoping for inspiration. Megan and Donna are e-mail buddies, both from the Midwest, meeting in person for the first time. Megan, an aerospace engineer, is a recently divorced single mom with a friendless and troubled nine-year-old son, while Donna is escaping her daughter's sudden engagement and the attendant social chores. Rounding out the bunch is happy-go-lucky octogenarian Nana, an Elm Creek veteran intent on making a match for her single grandson, Adam. After a week of bonding and binding, the five women agree to collaborate on a Challenge Quilt, in which each participant must overcome a major obstacle in her life before beginning her section of the project. When they return the following year, each problem has been resolved with ample amounts of sugar and sentiment. Endearing characters and pleasant vignettes render this series as charming and cozy as a favorite blanket. Agent, Maria Massie. (Apr.) Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.
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