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Devotions of Love, Legacy, Family and Faith

My Mothers Quilts

Tradition is a big part of my family. One of our traditions is when family and friends come over to our house on Sunday’s to watch The Walking Dead. I cook for everyone and the kids play while the adults watch zombies. This is just one tradition, though we do have many others. The book My Mother’s Quilts, by Ramona Richards, is a great inspirational book leading you into the lives of traditions, quilts, heart breaks, and love. Each story is a couple of pages long and shows a beautiful picture relating to the quilt the story is about. The photos are so vibrant and breath taking. There is also a prayer started after each story.

I love that┬áMy Mother’s Quilts is complied of many different family stories and traditions. The two to three page chapters and very easy for me to read and keep up. I have a four year old so it’s nice to have the ability to read a story here and there without getting lost from going back and forth. My Mother’s Quilts is a beautiful book. One of the best I have seen. The vibrant colors and this pages show there was a great deal of time put into making this devotional. To grab your own copy of My Mother’s Quilt you can go HERE to Amazon. There is also a Kindle addition if you prefer.

A quilt is love that serves a purpose

Inspired by thirty family heirloom quilts, each devotion depicts the enduring legacy of faith, family and tradition. Rich, personal, sometimes heartbreaking, often funny, each reading provides a lesson and encouragement from the faithful women who crafted the quilts.

Full-color photographs of each quilt show the style and artistry of each beautiful work. The quilts, sewn by several generations over more than one-hundred years, are as unique and lovely as the hands that created them. The oldest was buried during the Civil War to keep it safe and the author’s mother created the newest in the last years of her life.

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