As usual Mrs. Brunstetter has outdone herself once again in her writings once you start one of her books you just can't put it down and The Tattered Quilt is no different wow how so many different people (families) can come together from all walks of life and be changed for the better! Makes you want to do all you can to help those in need or just need a little boost to get them back on the right track! I'm so thankful I have found such an outstanding writer that sucks me right in and I feel I am one of them and cry when they cry laugh when they laugh and so on, keep writing I can't put them down I love it!!
Wanda E Brunstetter is one of my and the patrons of the church library's favorite authors. She and Lamar show God's love and set a great example of Christian living. I enjoyed hearing about the first class, seeing the new class change and the restoration of the old quilt.
Once again, I was not disappointed with Wanda Brunstetter's books. I enjoyed reading again about Emma Yoder Miller's quilting class for people of all walks of life. I like how the people, male and female alike, find relationships with each other and with Emma, who so quietly guides them along their life problems. She and her husband, Lamar, a fellow quilt designer, put off their Florida vacation to start another quilting class. I highly recommend this book. It's a great follow-up to The Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club. I also really liked the cover with quilting fabrics inside and flaps for bookmarks. Very nice touch.