With over 16 million quilting households in the U.S. and 30 million worldwide, it is evident that quilting is a popular pastime. A new release, Quilting Lessons by Ellen Curtis and Karen Gibson (Redemption Press 2017), taps into that passion. The devotional will appeal to quilters, quilting clubs and guilds, Bible study groups, and those who love beautifully crafted heirlooms.
Quilting Lessons offers 30 meditations connected to the enduring tradition of quilting. Timeless applications of spiritual truth take their inspiration from classic quilt names such as Broken Dishes, Lone Star, and Tumbling Blocks. Each reflection contains a narrative related to the quilt block, a Bible verse, a spiritual principle, and a prayer inspired by the well-loved quilt pattern. The book features beautiful full-color photographs of traditional quilt blocks personally crafted for each meditation.
According to the Pacific Northwest authors Ellen Curtis and Karen Gibson, Quilting Lessons was inspired by their life experience that “Almighty God is loving and longs to be involved in our lives.” Curtis, a Spanish instructor and freelance writer, and Gibson, a writer and speaker, say “These meditations reveal glimpses of God in everyday life as He stitches together truth about Himself and His healing work in us.”
For more information, contact: Ellen Curtis or Karen Gibson: Quiltinglessons@Gmail.com
Soft Cover: $21.99 (978-1-68314-459-5)
Hard Cover: $31.99 (978-1-68314-460-1)
eBook: $8.99 (978-1-68314-462-5)
Company Name: Redemption Press
Contact Person: Ellen Curtis or Karen Gibson
Address:PO Box 427
Country: United States