Confessions of a Quilter's Slave
WingSpan Publishing, 2009 - 124 pages
Confessions of a Quilter's Slave is a humorous look at behind the scenes work and follies of a small business in the Quilting Industry from the point of view of a disgruntled, conscripted quilter's spouse (aka the author, Norb Lauer). As the author watches the useable portion of his home shrink in size from the piles of fabric, studio and who knows what all, he finds himself unwittingly and unwillingly drawn into the day to day operation of a full blown quilt pattern design business. Spouse to Slave in one unsuspecting step. In addition to being just plain fun reading for anyone who's involved in quilting, crafts or marital relationships, there is plenty of inside information about the quilting industry, pattern design and trade shows.
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