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The Winding Ways Quilt (Elm Creek Quilts Series #12)

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  • Posted February 10, 2009

    what's not to love about..

    the Elm Creek Quilters? Jennifer Chiaverini writes about the friendships and bonds that are forged among quilters of all ages. Her characters are so easy to identify with, and don't all of us quilters want to attend or maybe even own a quilter's retreat like theirs?

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    The Elm Street Quilters camp is about to reopen and participants eagerly hope to learn more about their craft and meet old friends and make new ones. This year¿s opening is bittersweet because some of the founding members are leaving. --- Judy wouldn¿t leave for anything less than a tenure position at U of Penn and her husband is getting a job at the Philadelphia Inquirer. It is a time for new beginning for pregnant Sara and her husband Matt. Bonnie lost her store Grandmother¿s Attic when some thugs destroyed it beyond repair and her husband changed the numbers to their accounts and the locks to their home. Summer who is also one of the founders is taking her doctorate at the University of Chicago. It is time for the Elm Street Quilters to have welcomes and farewells to characters who are coming and leaving. --- The characters are fully developed and likable especially bringing in two new faculty members to replace departing instructors adds freshness to the saga. However, the story line feels very similar to previous tales with flashbacks overly employed and there are very little interactions between the main characters as the tale is more of a series of vignettes. Still fans will want to say goodbye to leaving quilters and welcome new members. --- Harriet Klausner

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