The Master Quilter (Paperback)

An Elm Creek Quilts Novel (The Elm Creek Quilts #6)

By Jennifer Chiaverini

Simon & Schuster, 9781451606119, 352pp.

Publication Date: January 21, 2014

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (3/29/2005)
Hardcover (4/6/2004)

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Description

In this heartwarming novel about the meaning of friendship, the Elm Creek quilters pay tribute to their beloved matriarch and the bridal quilt that will be stitched in her honor.

The Elm Creek Quilters are as surprised as anyone when their beloved matriarch, Sylvia Bergstrom Compson, marries her sweetheart, Andrew, at a festive holiday gathering at her ancestral home on Christmas Eve. Eager to celebrate the union, her friends decide to create a beautiful wedding quilt to warm the newlyweds’ home and hearts.

A secret with such good intentions, they reason, couldn’t possibly do anyone harm. But although the quilting retreat established at Elm Creek Manor is a place where quilters share their creativity, their challenges, and their dreams, somehow in their haste to find a way to honor the wisdom, skill, and devotion of their favorite master quilter, they forget that sometimes secrets drive friends apart instead of drawing them closer. As financial troubles, relationship struggles, and unexpected opportunities beyond Elm Creek Quilt Camp test the bonds of friendship, the quilters must find a way to stitch together more than Sylvia’s Bridal Sampler to make a happy ending.


About the Author

Jennifer Chiaverini is the author of the New York Times bestselling Elm Creek Quilts series, five collections of quilt projects, and several historical fiction novels. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame and the University of Chicago, she lives with her husband and sons in Madison, Wisconsin. To learn more, visit JenniferChiaverini.com.


Praise For The Master Quilter: An Elm Creek Quilts Novel (The Elm Creek Quilts #6)

"Even a newcomer to the popular Elm Creek Quilts series will quickly get caught up in the lives of the ladies who stitch."—Publishers Weekly