The dressmaker of Khair Khana by Gayle Lemmon. This is a book about sewing (rather than quilting) and about creating a brighter future even when it seems impossible. This is a true story about Kamila from Kabul.
Thanks Pam! Having canvassed interest a year ago, it just seemed such a shame not to continue with a book club. I may be less skilled at leading any discussions, but the Forum is here if anyone would like to discuss the books.
Agree regarding the story; a bit predictable and over-simplistic, but still enjoyable.
Nina wrote a new post, Competition – What should the title for our second book be? 2 months ago
With the work on our second book by and about UK Quilters United well underway, it is time to come up with the name for it, and we are looking for your help!
The first book
Our first book was compiled and edited by…
I know for sure that at least one of the books scheduled until September is available on Audible, but not so sure about the others. Almost all of them are available as print and ebook; and many of the ebooks have the ‘speech’ function enabled. A bit ‘mechanical’ but perhaps a possibility. The publishers of quilting novels seem to be smaller…[Read more]
For the first month of the re-launched UKQU Book Club, I have selected The Flower Hunter’s Cottage by Dee-ann Black.
It is a rather fast read with only 30,000 words and easy language. Notwithstanding this, i…
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