Sunday, April 22, 2007

No Stitching . . . been reading

I have been enjoying these Elm Creek Quilts Novels. I'm not sure how many there are in the series; however, I know the new one is on the NYTimes Best Seller's List.

There is a very nice web site with quilt block patterns, book news, blog by author, block-of-the-week, etc. Web Site Here. I enjoyed reading the Sugar Camp Quilt book best. The other two I read were very good, too.

No complaints with the weather this week-end. It is perfect!!! Nice breeze, sunny, 70s, how awesome!


stitcherw said...

That is a wonderful series. I haven't read them all yet, but have read several. I think my favorite may have been the runaway quilt.

Weather here is great this weekend as well, sunny and mid to upper 70's. Finally it feels like spring, although I think the spring part may be short lived and move to summer fairly quickly.

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Margaret said...

I recently started reading this wonderful series. Started with book 1 and am looking forward to the further adventures.
Love your Queen stitch.

Anonymous said...

I've only read one so far, too, and I just loved it. I loved the weekend here - beautiful weather! It's so nice after all that craziness.

Elizabeth MacGregor-Kirkcaldy said...

I've heard a lot recently about these books and I think I'm going to have to try them... Do you know which one is the first one in the series?

Our weather was lovely as well... such a beautiful change from all that dreary, wet and cold stuff we were having... :-)

Cathy B said...

Lelia - I just picked up the last book in this series - these are my favorite books! It helps if you read them order (you don't have to, but it is much easier to follow the story line if you do!)
I believe there are seven books out now.

In the Christmas Quilt, she describes how to make apple strudel - its exactly how my mother makes it!

Happy Reading!

Anonymous said...

Thanks much for the link and info... I hadn't heard of these and I just added them on my "must read" list :)


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