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Jennifer Chiaverini

Autor(a) de Mrs Lincoln's Dressmaker

60+ Works 16,952 Membros 634 Reviews 22 Favorited

About the Author

Jennifer Chiaverini is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and the University of Chicago. She used to be a writing instructor at Penn State University and Edgewood College. She is the author of the Elm Creek Quilts series and four volumes of quilt patterns inspired by her novels. She is also mostrar mais the designer of the Elm Creek Quilts fabric lines from Red Rooster Fabrics. Among her most recent works, is the New York Times bestselling novel, Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker. (Publisher Provided) Jennifer Chiaverini is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and the University of Chicago. She is an American quilter and author. Her books include the Elm Creek Quilts series as well as five collections of quilt patterns inspired by her novels. She designs the Elm Creek Quilts fabric lines from Red Rooster Fabrics. She was also a writing instructor at Penn State and Edgewood College. Jennifer is also the author of bestselling novels Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker, The Spymistress and Mrs. Lincoln's Rival. (Bowker Author Biography) mostrar menos
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Obras de Jennifer Chiaverini

Mrs Lincoln's Dressmaker (2013) 1,187 cópias
The Quilter's Apprentice (1999) 1,174 cópias
The Runaway Quilt (2002) 763 cópias
Round Robin (2000) 760 cópias
The Cross-Country Quilters (2001) 734 cópias
The Quilter's Legacy (2003) 696 cópias
Circle of Quilters (2006) 695 cópias
The Sugar Camp Quilt (2005) 671 cópias
The Master Quilter (2004) 618 cópias
The Quilter's Homecoming (2007) 618 cópias
Resistance Women (2019) 580 cópias
The Winding Ways Quilt (2008) 545 cópias
The Lost Quilter (2009) 526 cópias
The Christmas Quilt (2005) 523 cópias
The Spymistress (2013) 503 cópias
The Aloha Quilt (2010) 465 cópias
The New Year's Quilt (2007) 443 cópias
Enchantress of Numbers (2017) 413 cópias
The Union Quilters (2011) 402 cópias
Mrs. Lincoln's Rival (2014) 362 cópias
A Quilter's Holiday (2009) 351 cópias
The Quilter's Kitchen (2008) 332 cópias
The Wedding Quilt (2011) 293 cópias
Mrs. Grant and Madame Jule (2015) 289 cópias
The Giving Quilt (2012) 277 cópias
Christmas Bells (2015) 271 cópias
Sonoma Rose (2012) 268 cópias
Elm Creek Quilts Set (1-3) (2001) 253 cópias
Fates and Traitors (2016) 253 cópias
Mrs. Lincoln's Sisters (2020) 241 cópias
Switchboard Soldiers (2023) 220 cópias
The Christmas Boutique (2019) 190 cópias
Canary Girls: A Novel (2023) 109 cópias
Elm Creek Quilts Set (4-6) (2006) 87 cópias
The Quilter's Ghost (2015) 12 cópias
To Be an Elm Creek Quilter (2009) 4 cópias
Elm Creek Quilts - Eco Tote (2013) 1 exemplar(es)
Elm Creek Quilts Set (1, 3-7, & 9) (1999) 1 exemplar(es)
Elm Creek Quilts Set (1-7 & 9) (2006) 1 exemplar(es)

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Abcdarian | outras 52 resenhas | May 18, 2024 |
Not as good as some of her other books but interesting WWI stuff.
shazjhb | outras 8 resenhas | May 10, 2024 |
Reading The Museum of Lost Quilts is like catching up with old friends. All of the Elm Creek Quilters were introduced and a bit of their history given in the beginning of the book. A bit like a reunion with old friends catching up where you left off a few years earlier.

I usually, read books quickly, but in this case, I am only reading a few pages to a chapter at a time, only to savor the delicious writing and stretch out my enjoyment of this book.

Though this is an installment on the series Jennifer Chiaverini masterfully introduces the cast of characters in the first couple of pages. So, if you have not read any of the other books, you have a brief introduction to all the great quilters of Elm Creek. And also, if you have not read any of the other Elm Creek Quilt books, I whole heartedly recommend you take the time and do.… (mais)
p1nes | outras 3 resenhas | May 8, 2024 |
Jennifer Chiaverini has written more than forty books, but she is a new-to-me author! I will definitely be on the look out for more of her titles. The Museum of Lost Quilts is a part of the large Em Creek Quilts series, but I was unaware of that until I read the author's note at the end. It worked very well as a stand-alone read. I found it enthralling. Summer Sullivan is struggling to complete her masters thesis, having lost the heart for it has brought on a bad case of writer's block. Looking for a place of peace and refuge, Summer returns to her home among the Elm Creek Quilters. Once there, she quickly gets side-tracked with a project for the local historical society, collecting quilts of historical significance and curating an exhibit of these quilts. That in itself is a great undertaking, but a local businessman is determined to make it even more difficult.

Not only did I immensely enjoy the well-written story, I was very interested in the object labels for he exhibited quilts. Their descriptions and history were intriguing. I highly recommend The Museum of Lost Quilts to readers of women's fiction, to those who have an interest in historical artifacts or quilting, and to those who enjoy stories of finding one's true self. I am grateful to have received a complimentary copy of this novel from William Morrow/Harper Collins Publishers via NetGalley without obligation. All opinions expressed here are my own.
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claudia.castenir | outras 3 resenhas | May 1, 2024 |



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