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Gingerbread Cake with Eggnog Frosting

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What others have said about Jennifer's books

"[Bee in her Bonnet] is another hilarious and breathlessly romantic adventure. Aunt Bitsy continues to be delightfully amusing, her Amish roots blending with her Englisch experiences in ways that are both unconventional and laugh-out-loud funny.” RT Book Reviews 4 1/2 stars, Top Pick

Breathlessly romantic

[Huckleberry Harvest] is hysterically funny and touching at once, perhaps the best one in the series yet.”

Hysterically funny

“[Huckleberry Hill] has a delightful cast of characters in a story that overflows with Amish love and laughter.” Charlotte Hubbard, author of Autumn Winds

Overflowing with love and laughter

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The Amish Quiltmakers Unexpected Baby is getting great reviews! Have you gotten your copy yet?

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Reading it right now about half through, love it, don’t want to get to the last page

When I wrote The Amish Quiltmakers Unexpected Baby, I referred to many of the real-life quilts I have personally made or that I bought while visiting Amish country. The quilt pictured below is in the book. Its one that Esthers quilters group works on. I made this partial quilt top when I was 15, and Ive never finished the quilt. I simply adore the vintage fabrics and the bright colors, but Ive just never had the will to finish it. I wonder if I can talk my sister into doing it...Image attachment

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I do love it... I'm sure and certain we had an afgan with that same color scheme....70's??? 💛

I made my first quilt top somewhere around 1985. I just bought a longarm quilter and finished it, and learned a lot about bias, and not using the right fabrics. It’s a first, first.

Pretty! I wish I could afford an Amish quilt.

It’s beautiful and needs to be finished!

Really beautiful bright sunny colors ❣️

It’s very pretty, you should finish it.

This is beautiful you need to be the one to finish it.

Jennifer Beckstrand Author I bet if you take it to her and she studies it and thinks about how it would look finished, she will not be able to resist.

Beautiful! I love the colors!

Lots and lots of work plus patience❤️

Perfect and beautiful!

Love the colors. Beautiful.

Very pretty!!


It's beautiful, Jennifer

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