The Cross-country Quilters

The Cross-country Quilters

An Elm Creek Quilts Novel

Book - 2002
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Penguin Putnam
Julia, Megan, Donna, Grace, and Vinnie are cross-country friends who are about to begin work on a challenge quilt. A piece of fabric is divided among the women, with the understanding that the following year they will all meet at the Elm Creek Quilt Camp to sew the sections together into a single quilt. But the friends have set themselves a special challenge: no one can start working on her block until she has taken steps to solve her problems and achieve her personal goals.

Although they share a common creative objective, the Cross-Country Quilters find their friendship tested by the demands of everyday life. Yet despite differences in age, race, and background, the women's love of quilting and affection for one another unite them. The quilt they create becomes a symbol of the threads that hold their lives together-a glorious patchwork of caring and loyalty that brings home an enduring truth: Friends may be separated by great distance, but the strength of their bond can transcend any obstacle.

Baker & Taylor
Follows the Cross Country Quilters, a group of five friends, on their quest to complete the "challenge quilt" that is symbolic of each woman's personal goals.

Baker
& Taylor

The latest novel in the Elm Creek Quilts series follows the Cross Country Quilters, a group of five friends, on their quest to complete the "challenge quilt" that is symbolic of each woman's personal goals. Reprint.

Publisher: New York : Plume, [c2002]
ISBN: 9780452283084
0452283086
Branch Call Number: PS3553 .H473 .C7 2002
FICTION CHIAVERINI
Characteristics: 367 p. ; 21 cm

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