Friday, May 29, 2009


Go by and visit WOMEN ON QUILTS on the left side of her blog is a link to a FREE on-line book. It's sixteen short stories about lives of various fictional women from 1902-1942, surviving hard times, quilting, etc. , written by fourteen different women. I've been enjoying reading them this HOT HUMID Tidewater, Virginia afternoon/evening. Only something like 53 pages, has pictures from the period as well as of quilts of that time.


Millie said...

Thanks for the information...will go and visit the site. I think it will be a good thing to see how the quilters survived and quilted...scrap quilts here we come.

Karen said...

Certainly something I will check out. Thank you. There is so much information on the internet to do with quilting!

calicodaisy said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and encouraging me while my little chick is over in Germany. Not so little, as you can see in the photo on the blog, but still my baby! -- Michele