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Lily Girl's Christmas Quilts Christmas is Lily Rosenthal's favorite time of year, and she is eager to experience the Christmas traditions of the Wine Country, but she cherishes each Christmas with her family. This year, the sisters celebrate in Green Bay, Wisconsin, which is the home of Lily's sister, Loretta.
The family receives the best Christmas present ever, which arrives on Christmas Day. Lily attempts new challenges by making a sampler Christmas quilt, but the real Christmas quilt she so admires is beyond her reach. For the Love of Quilts After quitting her boring editing job, aspiring writer Lily Rosenthal isn't sure what to do next. Her only joys in life are collecting antique quilts and frequenting the area's beautiful wine country. The murder of a friend results in her inheriting the inventory of a local antique store.
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She begins to consider opening her own shop, even though this will mean uprooting her life. With some help from her sisters, a ghost, and a handsome baseball fan, Lily embarks on a journey filled with laughs, loss, and red-and-white quilts. Click HERE! Come visit Christmas, Colebridge style Quilted Lilies The fun continues as the Colebridge community continues.
The Ghostly Quilts On Main This fun and interesting book has a quilt show that dominates the fall and winter season. Anne Brown tries to think out of the box for the Colebridge Merchants Group. She is assisted by many ghosts that occupy the historic street. The spirit of Grandmother Davis goes too far and creates an injury. All is not doom and gloom, as their is happy news with Anne's best friend and Brown's Botanical Flower Shop. There is never a dull moment as the Colebridge community continues. When plans were made to make blocks of their Jane impression, Isabella's Quilt shop takes on the project to assemble them and enter in a national competion.
The quilt never arrives and drama erupts, as Anne Brown's Colebridge Community continues. In The Basement Quilt and The Potting Shed Quilt, the first and second novels by Ann Hazelwood, you became familiar with the family and friends of Anne Brown, the plucky florist whose life decisions remind us of our own. In the third book in the Colebridge Community series, even as Anne and her quilting friends welcome newcomers into their lives, they come across strange death practices and unusual to them uses for quilts.
These events give them pause to consider life's deeper meanings. But what do they signal for the future? The Funeral Parlor Quilt is not just the title of this sequel. As in the first two parts of the series, the quilt itself is a character. You'll want to meet other quilt 'characters' as Anne and her family and friends keep meeting life's challenges.
In The Basement Quilt, a novel by Ann Hazelwood, you'll get to know the family and friends of Anne Brown, a plucky florist whose daily ups and downs will seem so familiar you'll identify with her right away.