quilt tops in hope of finishing sooner. Lily and Sarah ... The next day the girls
made a list of things they wanted to eat after the hayride. Lily and ... “We have
been weaving baskets for Christmas to put decorative candles in that we made in
Author: Carol Elaine Davis
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Lily saw a newspaper article one day in Philadelphia with her family. The article was about a finishing School. Lily decided she wanted to go, but her family didn't have the money. One thing Lily could Do well was knit. She knitted purses & sold them to earn her tuition & her stagecoach fare. On her Way to finishing school her stagecoach broke down and............
Lily Grace was definitely not in a festive mood – in fact, she was decidedly
grumpy considering it was Christmas Day. 'That telly's a load of rubbish,' she
complained, her perky little nose and eyes peeping out from under the quilt that
Author: Geraldine O'Neill
Publisher: Hachette UK
In 1950s Scotland, everything is changing for the Grace girls... A wonderful, all-consuming saga from a rising star in women's fiction. Heather and Kirsty Grace are sisters growing up in Rowanhill, near Glasgow, surrounded by a big Irish family and a host of friends and neighbours. Older sister Heather has everything that should make her happy - a steady job, good friends and a boyfriend who wants to marry her. Why then does she long to escape her small town and find love and excitement among the bright lights of the city? Kirsty, two years younger, also yearns for a different kind of life. Although she works in a local chemist, at nights she sings with a band in church halls and clubs. When a charismatic Irishman, Larry Delaney, spots her singing one evening and offers to become her manager, Heather wonders whether Larry has his sights set on more than just Kirsty's singing talents. The Grace girls are lucky to have such a caring family around them. It's a dangerous world out there and there are plenty of pitfalls and temptations ahead of two young women in search of adventure¿
Madison's insistence that she pay fair-market value, instead of the pittance the
woman had asked for, put the quilt lady firmly in the ... Madison replaced the
scowl that the thoughts of the women evoked with a smile for Lily, who skipped
toward the table with three of her friends in tow. Since Annie ... “Are you girls
Author: Debbie Mason
Publisher: Hachette UK
In this special three-book collection from bestselling author Debbie Mason, travel to Christmas, Colorado, where love is always in season . . . The Trouble with Christmas Resort developer Madison Lane spoiled a deal that would turn quaint Christmas, Colorado, into a tourist's winter wonderland. The citizens want her fired, but her company sends Madison to the small town to restore the holiday cheer. For Sheriff Gage McBride, no hotshot executive from New York City is going to destroy the dreams of the people he loves. But in just a few days, Madison causes more trouble than he's had to deal with all year. He can't decide if she's naughty or nice, but one thing is for certain-Christmas will never be the same again . . . Christmas in July Grace Flaherty had given up hope of ever seeing her husband again after he went missing in combat. So when he strides through the door of her bakery, she can hardly believe her eyes. But her happily-ever-after is going to take some effort-because Jack has no memory of his family. All Jack Flaherty remembers about Christmas is that he couldn't wait to leave town. Now he's a local hero with a wife and son he doesn't know. Even as he struggles to rekindle the romance with his wife, he knows in his heart what he wants: a second chance at love. It Happened at Christmas Free-spirited activist Skylar Davis hides out in Christmas, hoping to forget the reckless actions of her past. All goes well . . . until she comes face-to-face with one of her mistakes: the town's gorgeous young mayor. Ethan O'Connor is about to move from small-town politics to the Colorado State Senate, but if word ever got out about the night he and Skye spent together, the scandal could cripple his career. Yet as he starts his campaign, Ethan finds that, like the town of Christmas itself, he can't get Skye out of his head . . . or his heart.
They stopped at the store for a fresh supply of tailor's chalk to make a new section
of the rose-and-lily quilt. ... The girls, her daughters-in-law and granddaughters,
were fine girls; they would have the fire burning brightly and the lamp lighted. ...
laughing, and she waved her long implement for ripping in the air, — "on
Christmas I will roast here in this oven, for whoever will come, a turkey and a
Author: Margret Aldrich
A patchwork as rich with history as any well-worn quilt, this now-classic anthology collects the stories so many quilts tell--tales of making do and creating beauty out of scraps, stories of starting anew and passing down a legacy stitched with the lore of ages. Bringing together anecdotes, essays, and memoirs about quilts, quilting, and quilt history, the book has something for everyone who ever pieced a quilt together or admired a quilters handiwork. Ranging from the amusing to the poignant to the enlightening, the selections include historical meditations from quilting authority Merikay Waldvogel and best-selling author Sandra Dallas; hilarious pieces on quilting obsessions from humorists Ami Simms and Lisa Boyer; and a charming essay about passing on quilting knowledge from Quilters Newsletter columnist Helen Kelley. Illustrated with a glorious collection of quilting photographs and paintings, vintage advertising and pattern booklets, this book is the quintessential quilters companion.
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