Sarah's Patchwork by Stephanie Grace Whitson
(Keepsake Legacy Series, Book 1)

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The Triumphant Story of a Woman Who Succeeded Against All Odds

"Sarah’s Patchwork" is the first book in the Keepsake Legacies Series.

Abandoned by her destitute father, Sarah Biddle and her younger brother, Tom, are sent west on an orphan train. But no one wants to adopt a girl with a crippled brother to take care of. Until she’s reach Lincoln, Nebraska — and comes face-to-face with Jesse King and Augusta Hathaway.

"Sarah’s Patchwork" is the absorbing story of quiet, unassuming Sarah Biddle — and the hopes, dreams, tragedies, and romance that she stitches into an heirloom quilt. Each scrap of fabric tells of Sarah’s transformation from a frightened orphan girl into a courageous woman of strength and resourcefulness as she stitches… “the tears of the past into a treasure for tomorrow.” Opportunity and disappointment, hardship and loss teach Sarah how the power of true love can heal the broken heart.

About Stephanie Grace Whitson

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Stephanie Grace Whitson began quilting as a young mother and co-founded a quilt pattern and jewelry design company. She has been an antique quilt and sewing tools dealer, has taken several quilt appraisal/textile dating classes, and volunteers at the International Quilt Study Center and Museum (for whom she co-curated a joint exhibit with the Nebraska History Museum in 2005). She is a member of the American Quilt Study Group and the Quilt History List. Her passion for historical accuracy and years of archival research about women on the Great Plains combine to make her historical fiction a true homage to our pioneer foremothers.
Published August 22, 2011 by Greenbrier Book Company. 316 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Romance, Westerns. Fiction

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