5 edition of A patchwork Christmas found in the catalog.
A patchwork Christmas
|Statement||by Margit Echols.|
|LC Classifications||TT900.C4 E39 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||192 p. :|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||86061601|
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“A Patchwork Christmas Collection” is great fun to read. Each story is set in different states so each story has a different feel to it. This is a book where you wrap yourself in a cozy blanket, make yourself comfortable in your favorite chair and have warm cider to drink as you savor each story/5().
Patchwork Christmas is a wonderful Christmas themed book by two talented authors. It starts out with a retired teacher updating her will to help her former students who she feels need love in their life in essence she is trying to match-make. One student, Natalie, and the other, Gavin.5/5(5).
A Patchwork Christmas ISBN: Author: Judith Miller, Nancy Moser, Stephanie Grace Whitson What first attracted me to this book is my love of quilting, although I read and knit more than I quilt. And that it's about Christmas. Seems Like Love by Judith Miller Karla is an expert quilter and runs the local hotel.5/5(9).
A Patchwork Christmas Collection: Three Stories of Second-Chance Love Will Delight at Any Season Paperback – September 1, by Judith Mccoy Miller (Author), Nancy Moser (Author) › Visit Amazon's Nancy Moser Page/5(). Heather Creek Farm looks like a winter wonderland as Charlotte prepares to make a memorable Christmas for her three grandchildren/5.
Patchwork Christmas was actually two short stories that centered around the same quilt. The first one, about a small family that was homeless on Christmas, really struck a cord with me. The second one, an Air Force pilot who was suddenly grounded after an unfortunate event was good, but not really one in which I could identify/5.