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Twelve Golden Threads
by Aliske Webb   

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Category: 

Women

Publisher:  Bookmice.com ISBN-10:  10930364008 Type: 
Pages: 

100

Copyright:  Jan 1 1999
Fiction

The story of a grandmother who teaches her granddaughters how to make a quilt and in the process teaches them about life, family values and living with integrity.

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"I've done some of my best thinking while quilting and I realized that every step in making a quilt is a metaphor for what we need to do in life." Grandma, in Twelve Golden Threads.




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Reader Reviews for "Twelve Golden Threads"

Reviewed by Laurie Anthony 12/1/2003
My mother is a quilter (she's 83 years old) and I have always been entranced by the thrill she shares about her quilting! I look forward to reading your book, and perhaps sending it to my mother!
Reviewed by Joanne Matthews 10/14/2002
I was lucky enough spend many wonderful hours underneath my Grandmother's quilt stands. If not there I was with her at her old treadle Singer sewing machine. Most of the time I was probably in her way, but she never made me feel that way. The knowledge I learned from my Grandmother will never be forgotten. This book is very near and dear to my heart. Thank you very much for writing it.


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