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The Healing Quilt

Author : Wanda E. Brunstetter
ISBN : 1683225694
Genre : Fiction
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Winter in Florida wouldn't feel like home for Emma if she couldn't offer Amish style quilting classes. Can her wisdom and patience reach new students in need of emotional healing?

The Healing Quilt

Author : Lauraine Snelling
ISBN : 9780307553218
Genre : Fiction
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After her Aunt Teza’s test results turn out to be inconclusive, Dot Cooper resolves to raise money for a new mammogram machine, through the creation and auction of a magnificent, king-sized quilt to be sewn by the women of Jefferson City. Dot’s efforts quickly draw the support of disparate members of the community, including newcomer Beth Donnelly, married to a local pastor; Elaine Giovanni, the stylish wife of a local surgeon; and an ailing Aunt Teza. But as the four different generations work the squares of the quilt, they are also confronted with ragged pieces of their own lives. Though the women could not be more different on the surface, they hold in common quiet suffering triggered by painful circumstances: the death of children, the abandonment of husbands, the loneliness of depression. Yet their struggles will bring them closer together than they ever could have anticipated, and their lives will be dramatically changed, as together they experience the curative powers of The Healing Quilt. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Half Stitched Amish Quilting Club

Author : Wanda E. Brunstetter
ISBN : 9781683225683
Genre : Fiction
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A New York Times Bestseller! An Amish widow’s quilt classes lead to beautiful life lessons. As Amish widow Emma Yoder contemplates the task ahead, her thoughts center on one: What if she fails? Longing to remove a burden from her family by becoming self-sufficient, Emma has offered to hold quilting classes in her home. But when she sees the patchwork of faces assembled for the first lesson, her confidence dwindles as doubt takes hold. There’s Star Stephens, a young woman yearning for stability; Pam and Stuart Johnston, a struggling couple at odds in their marriage; Paul Ramirez, a widower hoping to find solace in finishing a quilt; Jan Sweet, a rough and tough biker doing creative community service; and Ruby Lee Williams, a preacher’s wife looking for relaxation amid mounting parish problems. While Emma grows to realize her ability to share her passion for quilting and her faith, the beginning quilters learn to transform scraps of fabric into beauty. And slowly, their fragmented lives begin to take new shape—some in unexpected ways—with the helping hands of each other and the healing hand of God.

Quilts And Health

Author : Marsha MacDowell
ISBN : 9780253032270
Genre : Art
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Name an illness, medical condition, or disease and you will find quiltmaking associated with it. From Alzheimer’s to Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Lou Gehrig's Disease to Crigler-Najjar Syndrome, and for nearly every form of cancer, millions of quilts have been made in support of personal well-being, health education, patient advocacy, memorialization of victims, and fundraising. In Quilts and Health, Marsha MacDowell, Clare Luz, and Beth Donaldson explore the long historical connection between textiles and health and its continued and ever growing importance in contemporary society. This lavishly illustrated book brings together hundreds of health-related quilts—with imagery from abstract patterns to depictions of fibromyalgia to an ovarian cancer diary—and the stories behind the art, as told by makers, recipients, healthcare professionals, and many others. This incredible book speaks to the healing power of quilts and quiltmaking and to the deep connections between art and health.

The Tattered Quilt

Author : Wanda E. Brunstetter
ISBN : 9781624164477
Genre : Fiction
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Sequel to The Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Class Now Available in Mass Market Edition “I think my students get even more from the class when you help me, Lamar.” Emma Yoder Miller has been teaching several quilting classes alongside her husband Lamar, who has a knack for creating unique quilting patterns. But as signup for this new class is slow and only three people have responded by the class date, they start to think they should take a break. . . . That is until God sends them some last-minute students who are in special need of the friendship and wisdom Emma and Lamar have a way of displaying through their teaching. Will Emma and Lamar learn along with their students that God’s timing is perfect? ​Selma is a belittling busybody. Terry is a rugged roofer who just wants a casual date with a pretty classmate. Blaine loses a bet and has to join the class, where he soon finds himself in friendly competition with Terry. Anna’s mother signs her up in a desperate attempt to keep Anna from leaving the Amish faith. Carmen holds tightly to bitterness while hiding her secret motives for taking the class. And Cheryl has a broken, mistrusting heart that needs just as much mending as the tattered quilt she brings. Members of this new patchwork group find friendship, faith, healing, and restoration while gathered around their quilts, under the Father’s guiding hands—for only He can take what’s ragged and shabby from the lives of His children and turn it into beauty for His glory.

1 2 3 Quilt

Author : Ellen Luckett Baker
ISBN : 9781452129440
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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In this follow-up to 1, 2, 3 Sew, expert seamstress and craft blogger Ellen Luckett Baker shares her fun building-block approach to quilting. Organized by quilting shapes—squares, triangles, hexagons, circles, flowers, stars, and diamonds—this easy-to-follow guide provides a simple way to master the elements of quilt design. Twenty-four projects progress in difficulty, allowing readers to develop technical skills as they work through the book. From the minimal Argyle Apron to the stylish Hexagon Handbag and more intricate Star Quilt, these modern, bright designs will appeal to beginning and intermediate quilters alike.

A Communion Of The Spirits

Author : Roland L. Freeman
ISBN : IND:30000055963676
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Looks at the wide variety of roles that quilting plays in African American life, including physical, spiritual, cultural, and historical roles

The Memory Quilt

Author : T.D. Jakes
ISBN : 9781439170465
Genre : Fiction
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A grandmother learns 10 life lessons from the story of Jesus's birth in the Bible, inspiring her to create quilts for children at a local shelter, in a first Christmas story from the best-selling author of Reposition Yourself: Living Life without Limits. Reprint.

The Healing Power Of Enzymes

Author : Dicqie Fuller
ISBN : 0828112894
Genre : Medical
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With over 20 years of experience in the field of enzyme therapy, Dr. Fuller offers individuals a plan to achieve good health using enzymes, and easy explanations of how they work and why they are important to one's nutritional needs.

Quilt Of Souls

Author : Phyllis Lawson
ISBN : 1507789750
Genre : African Americans
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Like many Black Americans of the mid-twentieth century, Phyllis Lawson's parents moved from their hometown of Livingston, Alabama to the big city in search of a better life. It wasn't long before hardships left them unable to provide. Soon, four-year-old Phyllis is plucked off her front porch, ripped away from the only family she knows, and sent to live with her grandmother Lula on an Alabama farm with no electricity, plumbing, or running water. Heartbroken by her mother's abandonment, Phyllis struggles to acclimate to her new surroundings. Thanks to the unconditional love of Grandma Lula and the healing powers of an old, tattered quilt, she is finally able to adjust to her new life. In Quilt of Souls, Lawson documents her childhood growing up with the incredible woman who raised her and the powerful family heirloom that served as the cloth that would forever stitch their lives together. With its tales of family, despair, freedom and hope, the true story behind this deeply personal memoir serves as the inspiration for http://www.quiltofsouls.com, where individuals share relics and stories from their own family histories.

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