Travel from Creation through Bethlehem, through 25 exquisitely designed quilt blocks centered around biblical themes, as you wait in joyful hope for the birth of our savior! Designed for quilters, this Advent devotional shares our salvation story from the very beginning of time through Christ’s birth. Each of the 25 days in the devotional include a scripture reading, devotion, and reflection space that connect to that day’s theme. Additional pages are included at the end for reflection space.
Beautifully designed quilt blocks, tying directly to that days reading, create gorgeous imagery throughout this stunning book. This devotional makes a meaningful gift for yourself during the Advent season, and can be completed either individually or as part of your quilting guild or sewing community.
We all enjoy reading in a different way, which makes me extra pleased to be able to offer this book both in print and digitally for your Kindle! The in-print edition is perfect for those of you who want to truly enjoy the color imagery of each quilt block, as well as have space to write your reflections. If you prefer reading on the Kindle, you’ll appreciate all the hyperlinks built into the book which enable you to – with just a click – access the deeper dive bible readings as well as quilt block, information on the pattern, and more with just a click. Use the Amazon link below, and make your preferred choice (in print vs. Kindle) at checkout.
Regardless of which edition you purchase, you’ll find a link to the free download of the first quilt block (Creation), and information on the Jesse Tree Quilt Pattern which includes all 25 quilt blocks (available for purchase separately below) on the first page of the book within the Author’s Comments.
After seeing the beautiful quilt blocks in this moving devotional, you’ll want to make the Jesse Tree quilt pattern for yourself! These gorgeous quilt blocks finish at 8″x8″, and each is foundation paper pieced to create the most lovely design. Each block can be used not only as part of the quilt, but on its own to create seasonal pillows for your home, banners for your church, or more.
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