Grandma's Quilts

Author: Sheryl Kennett Garrett

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 44

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Chocolate chip cookies, a glass of milk, warm cozy quilts, and a wonderful Grandma with whom to share it all! Little Sally loves to visit Grandma Harriet who talks about writing a history book with the quilts she makes. Although Sally doesn't quite understand what Grandma is talking about, Sally listens to Grandma's stories and asks her lots of questions about the quilts and the family members for whom Grandma creates these masterpieces. There are many lessons to learn while watching and listening to Grandma. Grandma's latest quilt, called "Wish upon a Star", has Sally wondering if dreams really do come true, and she wonders for whom Grandma is stitching her latest quilt.

Grandma's Quilt

A Rhyme for Young Readers

Author: Richard Rensberry





View: 344

GRANDMA¿S QUILT is book 13 in the Rhyme for Young Readers Series by QuickTurtle Books. Quilting warms our hearts in many ways and this rhyming kid¿s book is a gift that keeps on giving just like Grandma¿s wonderful quilts. The heritage of quilting is still alive and well and being passed down from generation to generation in communities far and wide. This poems for kids book is for ages 5-8.Illustrated by Mary Rensberry.

Grandma's Quilts

Coloring Books for Grown-Ups, Adults

Author: Cheryl Casey

Publisher: CreateSpace



Page: 88

View: 797

Snuggle up with your crayons or colored pencils and relax in one of GRANDMA'S QUILTS. 40 COLORING PAGES 20 DIFFERENT PATTERNS - Each one is repeated once so you can play with the quilt pattern in different color combinations. Great for: Crayons Colored pencils Markers - There are extra blank pages in the back of the book to tear out and use as blotters under your page so that heavy markers do not bleed through to the next coloring page. Your coloring style will look great on these hand-drawn illustrations by Cheryl Casey. Please show off your art and tag us on Instagram @wingfeatherbooks.

Grandma’S Quilt

Author: J. P. Pfeiffer

Publisher: Archway Publishing


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 28

View: 290

Colin is a little boy having a bad day. He seems to always be finding trouble. Even worse yet, no one listens to him and no one cares. Or so he thinks. After he makes up his mind to run away, Colin begins stuffing toys and clothes into his backpack. But when he decides he needs a blanket to keep him warm on his journey, he sees the quilt his grandma lovingly created for him, recognizes the importance of their bond, and finds proof that he is always loved, no matter what. In this charming childrens tale, a little boy having a bad day learns a valuable lesson about unconditional love through his grandmas quilt.

Quilts Are Forever

A Patchwork Collection of Inspirational Stories

Author: Kathy Lamancusa

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Self-Help

Page: 240

View: 893

QUILTS -- PIECES OF FABRIC SEWN TOGETHER LIKE MOMENTS IN TIME, AS HANDMADE AS LIFE ITSELF Every quilt has a story to tell, an endearing story that lasts forever. Whether it is a craft-fair find, a generations-old family heirloom, or an art collector's most prized piece, quilts warm our bodies and our hearts. Ever since pioneer women organized sewing circles to combat the harshness and isolation of the American West, women have turned to quilting to celebrate, share, and heal. In this heartwarming collection of inspirational stories, we see the celebrations, joys, and heartaches behind the stitches. One family lovingly pieces together a birthday present for their aging father, while a garage-sale quilt comes to symbolize the ties between a young man and his mother. Thirteen pre-Civil War ladies sew squares for their schoolmate's wedding quilt, while a young boy adds his own square to the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt in honor of his father. No matter the circumstances, these stories deliver the spirit of quilting, friendship, and love with every word.

Grandma's Quilts and Patchwork Vintage Coloring Book

Quilt Blocks & Designs Pattern Coloring Book

Author: Attic Love




Page: 64

View: 418

Grandma's quilts and patchwork vintage coloring book The designs in this QUILT PATTERNS coloring book are suitable for all skill levels Unique gift idea for family and friends for the holidays Big size 8.5" x 11" Mix of Simple & Complex Designs Coloring is great for relaxation Single sided pages pattern coloring books for adults relaxation, dover repeating pattern coloring books for adults, geometric shapes and patterns coloring book, vintage coloring book for adults, relaxing patterns coloring book, quilt blocks & designs pattern coloring book, grandma's quilts coloring book,

Double Wedding Ring Quilts—Traditions Made Modern

Full-Circle Sketches from Life

Author: Victoria Findlay Wolfe

Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 112

View: 912

Get ready for new adventures in conventional piecing with celebrated quilter Victoria Findlay Wolfe. Create stunning Double Wedding Ring quilts with breathtaking innovations on the classic pattern. With full-size patterns for 10 quilts, the book will teach you the Double Wedding Ring basics. After you've mastered curved foundation piecing, try your hand at Victoria's unique fabric slashing and “Made-Fabric” methods—it's easier than you think! You'll feel liberated as you improvise on her designs, with full instruction for some quilts and others that invite your creative discovery. Read the stories that inspired each of Victoria's designs, and then take inspiration from the artist at work in her studio, with photography of her creative process and 3 bonus quilts to jump start your own art.




Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 277

View: 380

During the Jim Crowe Era in Alabama, African- American children were told by their parents and teachers that they had to be “ten times better than their white counterparts, just to stay even”. Striving to be ten times better became the standard of behavior for Dr. Joice Christine Bailey Lewis who achieved success with ten times fewer resources and against ten times greater odds. What sustained her during the most diffi cult times was the evidence that her people had survived the hardships faced during two periods of slavery: the enslavement of Africans and the era of Sharecropping. Raised on a sharecropping farm and having no money to go to college, Dr. Lewis, nevertheless found a way to achieve a doctoral degree and experience success as an educator.

Tales from Kentucky Lawyers

Author: William Montell

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky


Category: History

Page: 272

View: 862

" “A woman was sitting on the witness stand, and the lawyer asked her, ‘Did you, or did you not, on the night of June 23rd have sex with a hippie on the back of a motorcycle in a peach orchard?’ She thought for a few minutes, then said, ‘What was that date again?’”—from the book Lawyers have long been known as master storytellers, and those from Kentucky are certainly no exception. Veteran oral historian and folklorist Lynwood Montell has collected tales from dozens of lawyers and judges from throughout the Bluegrass State, ranging from the story about the tough Jackson County judge who fined himself for being late to court to unwelcome dogs in the courtroom. Recorded just as they have been told for generations, these stories are sometimes funny, sometimes sad or frightening, sometimes raw and harrowing, but always remarkable. Far more than collection of lawyer jokes, Tales from Kentucky Lawyers recounts the most insightful, entertaining, and occasionally heartbreaking stories ever told by and about Kentucky lawyers and their clients, covering the spectrum from arson to homicide, domestic disagreements to sexual abuse, and everything in between. Tales from Kentucky Lawyers is a valuable resource for folklorists as well as an entertaining and vivid account of the often-surprising legal world.