1/26/2014 Review Post
                                                                    TEMPEST’S COURSE
                                                                         Lynette Sowell
Come join the people at New Bedford and meet some wonderful, some strange and some you just can’t figure out.
See how to make a quilt or at least there is some really good information about quilts. You not only learn about the vintage quilting and what it takes to bring an almost tattered quilt back to life again. The pains taken  to make sure it doesn’t crumble in your fingers. You’ll learn how to handle it, so you try not to harm it. The hours that need to be put into taking one careful step at a time, with love that’s put into each stitch at a time.
Each quilt can tell a story if you look into the person who made it, the era it was made and the country it was made in ( all done by hand up until a certain era). The cutting of the pattern each checked carefully and lovingly to see how it will fit together. You’ll also find out a lot more. 
You find a love story worth reading. What each person has hidden in their life that has scared them or has it could  it just be God’s plan in their lives?
As you travel the pages of Kelly story and Tom’s story, see how these story intertwines. The twist and turns in this beautifully written book will have you turning the pages to find out what is going to jump off the pages at you next and have you wondering now where is this heading now.
This story is like the pieces of fabric laid out in pieces, to see how it fits together like a beautiful quilt being stitched together with the soft threads slowly piecing together the pattern one at a time with love, putting it all together into a beautiful story all it’s own,
So come and read the story the quilt has to tell.
I loved this story it is really beautifully written with love of quilting.
I recommend it highly for a lovely day out side to sit relax and read. You’ll love the book.
5 Stars
ISBN 13: 978-1-4267-5276-6
I received this book free from Abingdon Press for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review just an honest one. The opinions I have expressed are entirely my own and no one else’s.


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