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A Colebridge Quilted Christmas

Enjoy Christmas in Colebridge in the final installment of Ann Hazelwood's Colebridge Community Series. Main street is busy with the Mistletoe Market and the quilt show in the depot. Folks in Colebridge help one another, especially at Christmas. Through love and loss, the townspeople are sewn together. The layers of their lives, like quilts, blend as one through appreciation of the community that binds them—not just just in Colebridge, but in their hearts. Book 6, final book, in the Colebridge Community Series.

Item Number: 7274
By: Ann Hazelwood
From: American Quilter's Society (July 07, 2015)

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Enjoy Christmas in Colebridge in the final installment of Ann Hazelwood's Colebridge Community Series. Main street is busy with the Mistletoe Market and the quilt show in the depot. Folks in Colebridge help one another, especially at Christmas. Through love and loss, the townspeople are sewn together. The layers of their lives, like quilts, blend as one through appreciation of the community that binds them—not just just in Colebridge, but in their hearts.

SKU 7274
Weight 0.90 pounds
ISBN 978-1-60460-207-4
Binding Softback
Number of Pages 344
Dimensions 5.50" x 8.50" x .69"
Publisher American Quilter's Society

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Keeping and Making Christmas Traditions — Review by Maureen
Overall Rating
This book is the eighth and final novel in this series, and I was given the opportunity to review this book, I now am looking forward to reading the entire series. So yes this can be read alone, and enough information is included to carry you through, so you know what is going on.
When this book opens we are very much into the Christmas Season in Colebridge, and Anne is busy everywhere, so much on her plate, you want to tell her to breath. Little Sammy is about to enjoy his first Christmas, and be the center of everyone’s world.
As I turned the pages of this book I became so absorbed in Anne’s world, and put myself in her shoes, and I will tell you once you pick it up, you can’t put it down, it is so compelling a read.
Where Anne has a lot of problems, and grief being the main one, she seems to be constantly thinking of others. The Christmas spirit abounds in this story, and wait until you see the Christmas Market, it is described so well, felt I was there.
What a gift Ann Hazelwood has to bring the written word alive, while this was my first book by her, it will not be my last. (Posted on 8/26/15)

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