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The Runaway Quilt (Elm Creek Quilts Series #4)

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7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

1st book I read in the series but not the last!

I first borrowed this book from my sister. I was hooked! Ran right out and bought my own copy and the first three books, "The Quilter's Apprentice", "Round Robin", and "The Cross-Country Quilters". I love these books. They mix friendship, quilting and sometimes history...
I first borrowed this book from my sister. I was hooked! Ran right out and bought my own copy and the first three books, "The Quilter's Apprentice", "Round Robin", and "The Cross-Country Quilters". I love these books. They mix friendship, quilting and sometimes history into a marvelous tale. "The Runaway Quilt" is still one of my favorites in the series.

posted by FoodieMysteryFan on October 19, 2010

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Similar story called the friendship quilt by l davis

About a quaker pre civil war commuity underground r r stop whose quilt pieced told who went through to where and the individual squares were routes the community now part of a historical village has the quilt hanging in the museum the former home of the large quaker la...
About a quaker pre civil war commuity underground r r stop whose quilt pieced told who went through to where and the individual squares were routes the community now part of a historical village has the quilt hanging in the museum the former home of the large quaker land owner in southern ind. Two children go back in time to the 4th fest and are part of transfer of a young man disguised to avoid the bounty hunter

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