Book Review of The Master Quilter (Elm Creek Quilts, Bk 6)

The Master Quilter (Elm Creek Quilts, Bk 6)
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Sixth book in the NEW YORK TIMES bestselling Elm Creek Quilts series continues the series with a tribute to matriarch Sylvia Compson, who surprised her fellow quilters by getting married to longtime sweetheart Andrew on her recent holiday. Eager to honor their favorite Master Quilter, the Elm Creek Quilters hasten to stitch a bridal quilt for the newlyweds. Until the time comes to unveil the gift, Sylvia will be the one in the dark. Such little white lies seem harmless enough, but the quilting retreat established at Elm Creek Manor thrives on women sharing their creativity, their challenges, and their dreams. Somehow, in their race to commemorate the bride and infuse the quilt with all they hold dear about Sylvia, they forget to give honesty its pride of place, and closely guarded secets strain the bonds of friendship.