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by Wanda E. Brunstetter


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The Tattered Quilt book.

The Tattered Quilt book. The Tattered Quilt, an Amish fiction by Wanda E. Brunstetter, finds Emma Yoder Miller teaching yet another quilting class with a new group of individuals who are all in need of 'repair' themselves. Selma, Jan's neighbor, is a grouchy busybody who thinks she knows it all about quilting. Terry, also Jan's friend, is a rugged roofer, who takes the class because of a pretty woman student, (Cheryl), who he sees entering Emma and Lamar's house.

Book 2 of 3 in the Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club Series. After reading book 1 of the Tattered Quilt book series, I had a hard time waiting for book 2. I had no idea where the name of book 2 came from until I read 3/4 of it. Then I could understand the title. The ups and downs of people keep me guessing.

Wanda E. Brunstetter. I can’t go to the quilt class today, because I’m grank, she announced. Mom turned from her job at the stove and frowned. You’re sick? What’s wrong, Anna? Is it the flu?. Um. ah, I think so. a hated lying to her m. . a hated lying to her mother, but she had to do something to get out of going. With a worried expression, Mom stepped away from the stove and hurried over to Anna. You don’t have a fiewer, she said, placing her hand on Anna’s forehead. If you had the flu, I’m sure you’d feel warm. Your cheeks aren’t even flushed. Well, maybe it’s not the flu, but I don’t feel well.

Tattered quilt pieces match the tattered fragments in the lives of a new patchwork group of students for Emma’s . I have enjoyed reading Wanda E. Brunstetter's books and will continue to look for them in the future.

Tattered quilt pieces match the tattered fragments in the lives of a new patchwork group of students for Emma’s quilting class. Join Emma Yoder Miller, the Amish d, as she leads another quilting class with a new group of unlikely students, all with tattered pieces of their lives that need mending. publication: August 6th 2013 by Barbour Books 320 pages ISBN:1616260866. rhonda1111, August 6, 2013.

More in Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club Series. Christian Large Print, 2013, Paperback. Expected to ship on or about 09/28/19. Members of the 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.

New York Times bestselling and award-winning author, Wanda E. Brunstetter is one of the founders of the Amish fiction genre.

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. New York Times bestselling and award-winning author, Wanda E. With over 10 million copies sold, Wanda's stories consistently earn spots on the nations most prestigious bestseller lists and have received numerous awards. Brunstetter is an award-winning novelist in the Amish romance . The Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club Trilogy (2015) (3-in-1 collection of entire series). Brunstetter is an award-winning novelist in the Amish romance genre, with more than 10 million books sold. Her books have been on the New York Times Best Seller list Contents. Love Finds a Way. Blueberry Surprise (2012). Wanda E. When her old boyfriend Jake Beechy returns from exploring the English world, he hopes Loraine will give him another chance. Miriam Stoltzfus is a young Pennsylvania Amish woman once filled with dreams for a future with a ma.who jilted her. Now she is known as the old maid schoolteacher with a heart of stone. Kumme to Amish country, where the simple ways of life lead to hope and healing. Katie Miler is traumatized after her boyfriend is killed in a van in which she was also a passenger. Will she renew their love or wed Wayne as promised?

I will soon begin writing a third book in the Quilting Club series that will be published in 2014.

I enjoyed writing The Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club, and it was fun to get into the heads of so many different characters. Having been a pastor’s wife myself, I could easily identify with Ruby Lee Williams. I know several dear Amish women who are a lot like Emma Yoder-always willing to help others, and full of wisdom and understanding. It was especially fun to develop the character for Jan Sweet, who reminds me of a relative I haven’t seen in a good many years. I will soon begin writing a third book in the Quilting Club series that will be published in 2014.

Join Emma Yoder Miller, the Amish widow-turned-newlywed, as she leads another quilting class with a new group of unlikely students, all with tattered pieces of their lives that need mending. Members of the 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.

 


Comments: (7)

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This is the second book built around shattered, unhappy, and needy lives. Emma Yoder Miller was a widow who found her wonderful new husband in the last quilting class. Now she continues to run six week quilting classes, with her husband, for the people that God sends her. A strange group of people have found themselves beginning classes whether they want to or not.

Anna is 18 and wants to experience life outside of her Amish community, but her mother has signed her up for this class in hope of keeping her from the Englishers. Selma was gifted with these classes by a neighbor who finds her abrasive attitudes in need of attention. Terry is a blue collar guy who sees a pretty girl in the class and decides to join in hopes of getting a date. Blain just lost a fishing bet and grudgingly goes to class as a looser. Carmen has her own secret motive, and Cheryl just wants her favorite grandmother's quilt mended and stays around for the class.

This book takes this rag muffin group into the perfect place for them to learn that God is watching out for all his people, and has a plan for everyone to find joy in his presence within their own different and varied lives. Emma is the catalyst, and quilting is the means for great lessons and conversations about life, love, family and God. I really enjoy this series and hope it continues with more books.
Oghmaghma
I love it because all generations are included. Also, different nationalities are represented. The story is about people of all kinds and personalities. It is beautifully read and easy to listen to, there is no annoying music in the background and it is quite engrossing. It adds a touch of humor, while it still maintains a firm grip on reality without touching on things that might be a little too depressing! It is a chance to get reaquainted with the first members of the cast and the story just seems to move right along. I do wish that I could have heard a little more about Star, I kinda took a liking to her character. She was mentioned, but thats all, just mentioned, I want details. Great stories both!!!! Oh,Oh,I guess I was sleeping during the bowling alley sequence, because Star was indeed very much present in The Tattered Quilt. I often listen to the audio books at bedtime, and it is quite obvious that I slept through the part where Star appeared. Please accept my most humble apologies!!!
Beydar
This is the second time I have read this book.. It is as good a second time. I can't say enough about it. You get to know all the characters really well. I have all 3books in this series and like everyone. I hope there might be a 4th down the road.
Mayno
After reading book 1 of the Tattered Quilt book series, I had a hard time waiting for book 2. I had no idea where the name of book 2 came from until I read 3/4 of it. Then I could understand the title. The ups and downs of people keep me guessing. It's hard to guess how a story will end with so many personalities. It's very enjoyable to have such loving, kind and helpful people like Emma and her husband. It gives the reader a warm and happy feeling.I can hardly wait for book 3, you can be sure I will read it. I have not read any book by Wanda Brunstetter that has not been enjoyable and worth while to read. She is on my list of authors to read as many of her books that I can buy.
Agarus
this story combines Wanda's typical Amish scenario with "English" folk who each have a troubling situation or issue of his or her own. They come together (for different reasons) in an Amish home for a quilting class. And, as the class progresses, due to the Amish couple's quiet wisdom, combined with the student's own interaction among themselves, each person's troubles are addressed and resolved. By the end of the book, there is a happy ending for all (perhaps a couple of them were wrapped up a bit hastily in the last few paragraphs), but overall, it makes me wish I'd have picked up the book's predecessor first, and I'll probably go back and read it, despite knowing some of the outcomes which were mentioned in this book.
Lightwind
Wanda E. Brunstetter is a dependable author. Her books are good Windows into the life of the Amish. This series of books focus a lot on the "English" (the nonAmish ) more than any of her other works that I've read. It was interesting to see how she wove the two lives together.
I have only one problem with Brunstetter's writing; it is that sometimes things aren't consistent. She may refer to something being one way in one part of the story only to have it be something different later in the book. It can be distracting but easy to overlook.
Darksinger
I didn't think I would enjoy this book as much as I did. The different characters taking the quilting class made the book even more enjoyable also helped me realize how many prejudices I still hold onto. I made assumptions about some of the students which turned out to be totally false. Just wish there were some quilting classes like these with the same teachers here in my part of the country. I think I would look forward to my lessons.
Another book by Wanda Brunstetter I absolutely loved
Wanda and Lamar have six new quilting students
All with their own story to tell
I really liked the ending
A good book to enjoy
Next book in series The Healing Quilt book 3
The Tattered Quilt: The Return of the Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club download epub
Literature & Fiction
Author: Wanda E. Brunstetter
ISBN: 1616260866
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Inc. (August 6, 2013)
Pages: 320 pages