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Paperback The Blended Quilt Book

ISBN: 1643526014

ISBN13: 9781643526010

The Blended Quilt

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This description may be from another edition of this product. Sadie Kuhns is creating a unique quilt by blending traditional Amish and Hawaiian patterns, while also working on a self-published book. But her relationship with Wyman Kauffman has stagnated after...

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4 ratings

Nice story to finish out the Hawaiian Quilt trilogy

In this final book of Wanda's Hawaiian Quilt series, I really enjoyed reading about Sadie's story and the surprises and conflicts that life brings her, as well as her struggles with her relationship with her boyfriend Wyman. It was interesting to read about her writing and publishing a quilting book as an Amish woman and the satisfaction and conflict it brought to her. I admired her independent nature and willingness to take on a large project and see it through to the end. I enjoyed the tie-ins of her friends Mandy, Ellen, and Barbara from the first two stories and how their lives relate to Sadie's. My only regret for this book is that I would have loved to have read more at the end about Sadie and Wyman's wedding and plans for the future. Overall, a nice read and good story! I received a copy of this book from the publisher for sharing my thoughts about the book. I was not required to write a positive review, only express my personal opinion.

Good Book!

Sadie Kuhns has a dream to publish a book of her quilt designs. She has a boyfriend Wyman. Will he ever settle down? Something happens and jealousy shows through......... Keep reading!!!!!

Captivating Amish Romance

The Blended Quilt by Wanda Brunstetter and Jean Brunstetter is another delightful book by a favorite author and her daughter-in-law. I enjoyed the return of Sadie and her friends who readers were introduced to in The Hawaiian Quilt. Sadie has settled back home after the memorable trip to Hawaii and now is contemplating writing a book about Amish and Hawaiian quilts. She encounters pushback from Wyman, the man who wants to court her and her sisters too. The Brunstetter authors have put together an interesting and contemporary look at the Amish as Sadie branches out from the traditional Amish female role. The main characters have depth and reality and their emotions, strengths, and foibles resonate well with readers. I did have a bit of a hard time with Wyman and his seemingly selfish outlook on Sadie and his relationship, but all ends well! At the end of the book, the authors have included a recipe and discussion questions. I do wish they had included the pattern for the Blended Quilt!! All in all, The Blended Quilt is not just another ho-hum novel about the is one that reminds readers about the importance of family, faith, and hope. I received a complimentary copy of this book from Barbour Publishing and was not required to write a positive review. The opinions are my own.

Original Story

The Blended Quilt by Wanda E. Brunstetter and Jean Brunstetter Reviewed by mrsboone4, Green Forest, Arkansas, USA 5 Stars Sadie and three other Amish young women went to Hawaii on a cruise ship for a vacation, several years ago.  Sadie has been mulling over the idea of blending some traditional Amish quilt patterns with traditional Hawaiian patterns.  As she tells her friends about her ideas, one of them encourages her to write a book about it.   Sadie's boyfriend, an Amish man named Wyman is proving that he is not trustworthy for a relationship, maybe not even marriage.  Wyman doesn't like any of the jobs he has tried, he likes them for a couple of weeks and then he gets tired of them or bored. Wyman doesn't like the idea of Sadie writing a quilt book, all that extra time she could be spending with him, she's busy with her book. Sadie must care for Wyman a lot, I don't think I would stay in the relationship, if I was in her shoes. An original story.  Keeps you guessing.  Highly recommended.  I am thankful to have received a complimentary copy of this book from Shiloh Run Press with no obligation to post a review.
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