A Log Cabin Christmas Collection

Author: Wanda E. Brunstetter
Publisher: Thorndike Press
ISBN: 9781410494825
Format: PDF, ePub
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Sure to be cherished, this collection of nine historical Christmas romances, each penned by different authors, is overflowing with adventures in faith and love.

A Log Cabin Christmas

Author: Margaret Brownley
Publisher: Barbour Publishing
ISBN: 1607428741
Format: PDF
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Experience Christmas through the eyes of adventuresome settlers who relied on log cabins built from trees on their own land to see them through the cruel forces of winter. Discover how rough-hewed shelters become a home in which faith, hope, and love can flourish. Marvel in the blessings of Christmas celebrations without the trappings of modern commercialism where the true meaning of the day shines through. And treasure this exclusive collection of nine Christmas romances penned by some of Christian fiction’s best-selling authors.

The Christmas Brides Collection

Author: Kelly Eileen Hake
Publisher: Barbour Publishing
ISBN: 1630585645
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Journey back into history to experience Christmas alongside nine brides-to-be whose wedding dreams are overshadowed by doubts and troubles. Meet an English immigrant wanting to return home. A ranchero’s daughter being forced to marry a despicable man. A soldier’s fiancée facing the realities of war. An optimist who believed a lie. A snowbound woman near death. A do-gooder fighting for orphans. A bride sought only for an inheritance. An orphan protecting her father’s land. A motherless daughter wishing for yesterday. Will love shine its light of hope and truth into each life?

Modern Log Cabin Quilting

Author: Susan Beal
Publisher: Potter Craft
ISBN: 0307586790
Format: PDF, Mobi
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If you think quilting is too difficult or too complicated, you’re not alone. Cutting hundreds of pieces and joining angled seams can be tough work! But log cabin quilting—an artful and simple way to piece strips of fabric around a central square—is different. From the intuitive construction through the straight-line stitching, this style of quilting is simple as can be. In Modern Log Cabin Quilting, Susan Beal outlines the entire process from start to finish, including basic quilting how-to as well as extensive design, fabric, and embellishment information. Since all log cabin designs follow the same formula, once you master straight lines and right angles, any of the 25 projects in this book are possible. From stash-friendly designs like the Charming Camera Case to more ambitious undertakings like the Vintage Linens Quilt, there’s sure to be a project that will get you into (or bring you back to) quilting! From the Trade Paperback edition.

A Victorian Christmas Quilt

Author: Ginny Aiken
Publisher: Tyndale House Pub
ISBN: 9780842377737
Format: PDF, ePub
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A Victorian Christmas Quilt will take you there ... to Christmas in England, where a spunky Texas gal faces an arranged marriage, with only her Lone Star quilt to remind her of her faraway home ... to the mountains of Colorado, where an heirloom Wedding Ring quilt paves the way for the mending of an old rift with a new love ... to a rustic cabin in Washington State, where a Log Cabin Patch quilt symbolizes the new hope awaiting a lonely young woman ... to snowy St. Paul, Minnesota, where a cherished Crosses and Losses quilt opens the door of healing and love for a grieving young couple.

An Old Fashioned Christmas Romance Collection

Author: DiAnn Mills
Publisher: Barbour Publishing
ISBN: 163058570X
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Many of us have a secret picture of Christmases past—a time when windows shimmered with lacy frost and candlelight, fireplaces kept a home warm and snug, ladies’ skirts swirled and gracefully skimmed the floor, and gentlemen were gallant and true. Experience Christmases spanning over one hundred years through nine inspiring historical romances, beautifully and economically packaged for you and all your gift-giving needs.

The Log Cabin An Illustrated History

Author: Andrew Belonsky
Publisher: The Countryman Press
ISBN: 1682680819
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Explore the history and lore behind a uniquely American icon Like a wooden security blanket that Americans reach for when times get tough, the log cabin has endured as a uniquely American symbol of home and hearth. This strain of cabin fever is no fleeting trend: It has struck at regular intervals since the early 1900s, when log cabin vacations first became an option for an increasingly mobile America. Now the cozy cabin aesthetic is found, like a collective fantasy, in every corner of our national culture. But how did it all begin? This is an image-driven history of log cabins in America. Exploring the log cabin’s hidden past, this book draws on colonial diaries and journalistic accounts, as well as paintings, illustrations, and graphics to show how the log cabin—once derided as a poor immigrant’s hovel—became an American institution and a modern ambition. Bursting with quirk, charm, and fascinating trivia, The Log Cabin is the perfect companion for cabin dwellers, vacationers, and daydreamers alike.

The Log Cabin Church

Author: Ellen Howard
Publisher:
ISBN:
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On the Michigan frontier, while the adults disagree over whether there are enough settlers yet to build a church, a young girl named Elviry tries to recall what church is all about.

Artful Log Cabin Quilts

Author: Katie Pasquini Masopust
Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1617454516
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Take the first steps to becoming an art quilter with popular teacher and best-selling author Katie Pasquini Masopust. Starting with an inspiration image, choose fabrics to create your own artistic log cabin quilts. Learn to navigate visual pathways and composition, applying easy techniques and experimenting with color. Student work is showcased to prove that anyone can create an art quilt! Design and make your masterpiece with freeform log cabin blocks using this versatile method.