The Seasons Sewn: A Year in Patchwork

The Seasons Sewn: A Year in Patchwork❮Read❯ ➵ The Seasons Sewn: A Year in Patchwork ➸ Author Ann Whitford Paul – Heartforum.co.uk Informative text about quilt patterns, including Bear’s Paw, Trail of the Covered Wagon, and Turkey Tracks, and appealing scratchboard illustrations provide a glimpse of pioneer life and celebrate a Informative text about quilt Sewn: A Epub à patterns, including Bear’s Paw, Trail of the Covered Wagon, and Turkey Tracks, and appealing scratchboard illustrations provide a glimpse of pioneer life and celebrate an American art form “McCurdy’s finely etched illustrations, with their careful attention to detail and oldfashioned flavor, urge upon readers a commanding vision of American The Seasons PDF or history”Publishers Weekly.

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  • Paperback
  • 40 pages
  • The Seasons Sewn: A Year in Patchwork
  • Ann Whitford Paul
  • English
  • 07 October 2019
  • 9780152021078

10 thoughts on “The Seasons Sewn: A Year in Patchwork

  1. Kaylynn Johnsen says:

    This book entertains and educates young readers about the seasons and early American activities through quilt patterns.

  2. Erika Mulvenna says:

    Just read this whole book to my kid, we love the illustrations, the stories, and the patchwork blocks. Interesting blend of early American history with the quilt blocks - stories that bring up slavery, pioneer and settler life, and a time before women could vote. My little girl was astonished when we read the story about before women could vote, she just couldn't believe it! I've taken her to the polls with me every election since before she was born.

  3. Jobiska (Cindy) says:

    Nice illustrations, but the tying of facts about everyday life in former days with particular patterns is sometimes a little stretched, e.g. people started putting up Christmas trees, and a tin star on the tree could have inspired a young girl to design the 'beautiful star' pattern. I think this could be misleading. Still, interesting, but it never grabbed my son's fancy.

  4. T Crockett says:

    For a quilter, the premise of this book, giving the stories behind quilt blocks, is irresistible. The descriptions are lively and informative, providing great nuggets of real life in olden times. The woodcut illustrations are gorgeous too.

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