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The Aloha Quilt (Paperback)

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The Aloha Quilt Chiaverini, Jennifer 1 of 1
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Format: Paperback Large Print
ISBN-10: 1594134367
ISBN-13: 9781594134364
Sku: 217398446
Publish Date: 1/4/2011
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.5H x 5.5L x 1T
Pages:  481
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With Elm Creek Quilt Camp closed for the winter Bonnie heads to Lahaina Maui to help her friend Claire launch a quilter''s retreat. There watching breathtaking sunsets over sparkling waters she plans courses and learns the history of Hawaiian quilting. But life isn''t all beautiful vistas: Bonnie''s cheating soon-to-be-ex decides he wants a stake in Elm Creek Quilts threatening her financial well-being and her dearest friendships.


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In the aftermath of a difficult divorce, Bonnie heads to Maui to help her friend Claire launch a quilter's retreat, a getaway marked by beautiful sunsets, regional quilting activities and her ex's plot to claim Elm Creek Quilts resources. (general fiction). By the author of The Lost Quilter.
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The Elm Creek Quilt Club goes tropical, as Bonnie Markham packs her patches and patterns, and heads to Hawaii to help an old friend from college start up a quilting-themed bed-and-breakfast. But Bonnie's sojourn in paradise is rudely interrupted when she finds out that there's trouble back on the mainland, where her soon-to-be ex-husband is trying to swindle her for a split of the proceeds of her thriving quilting business. Jennifer Chiaverini threads her fifteenth Elm Creek novel with a wealth of information about traditional Hawaiian quilting and culture.
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