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About Ann Hazelwood
Ann Hazelwood is a former shop owner and native of St. Charles, Missouri. She's always adored quilting and is a certified quilt appraiser. She's the author of the wildly successful Colebridge Community series and considers writing one of her greatest passions. Titles include: Colebridge Community series - The Basement Quilt, The Potting Shed Quilt, The Funeral Parlor Quilt, The Jane Austen Quilt Club, The Ghostly Quilts on Main, Quilted Lilies, A Colebridge Quilted Christmas. She has also published the Wine Country Quilt Series, East Perry County series and is now writing the Door County Quilt series. booksonthings.com
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The second novel in Ann Hazelwood's Door County Quilts Series. Claire Stewart loves her little hometown of Fish Creek and has settled happily in Door County, Wisconsin. Her career as a quilt artist and painter is blooming, but she is disappointed with the prestigious quilt club she was privileged to join. They could be doing so much more to bring quilts to the forefront in Door County. One of Claire's grand ideas requires her to go before the Town Board to get an event permit. She and her best friend Cher team up to try to convince the board to do something they have never done before. Meanwhile, the man with the red scarf begins to play a stronger role in Claire's life as harassment continues from Austin, her former lover. Artist Claire Stewart is creating a life we cannot wait to read more about. Available April 2021 - Preorder Now
At fifty-five, Claire Stewart has left her Missouri home for the charming community of Door County, Wisconsin. A watercolor quilt artist, she soon joins a small quilting club in town. The beauty of Door County offers boundless inspiration for new quilt projects. But it is the man with the red scarf who intrigues her most of all . . .
When Claire left Missouri, she also escaped a bad relationship. Now, as she grows more comfortable with her move to Door County, she becomes open to new ideas, new friendships, and even the possibility of new love.