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Half finished [text (large print)] / Lauraine Snelling.

By: Snelling, Lauraine [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Thorndike, Maine : Center Point Large Print, 2019Edition: Center Point Large Print edition.Description: 398 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781643581880; 1643581880.Subject(s): Female friendship -- Fiction | Handicraft -- Fiction | Large type booksGenre/Form: Christian fiction. | Domestic fictionDDC classification: 813/.54 Summary: "A group of women realize that life is full of half-finished relationships and projects. However, they discover that the outcome is not as important as the journey"-- Provided by publisher.Summary: Recognizing how common it is for crafters to start many projects and finish few, a group of women join together to form a guild: Unfinished Projects Anonymous. They plan to keep each other on track and accountable. Three friends are tasked with the job of home visits for their guild, laughingly called the Cartel. They do visits to snoop around craft rooms and knitting baskets to report on progress for the members. They soon discover that much of life is half-finished: relationships, the raising of children, even our very relationship with the Lord. And that may be perfectly fine. -- adapted from back cover
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Recognizing how common it is for crafters to start many projects and finish few, a group of women join together to form a guild -- Unfinished Projects Anonymous -- to keep each other on track and accountable. Three of the friends are tasked with the job of home visits for their guild. Laughingly called "the Cartel," they snoop around craft rooms and knitting baskets to report on progress for the members. They even expand their mission to include checking on half-trained dogs and half-weeded gardens.

Regular print version previously published by: FaithWords, a division of Hachette Book Group, Inc.

"A group of women realize that life is full of half-finished relationships and projects. However, they discover that the outcome is not as important as the journey"-- Provided by publisher.

Recognizing how common it is for crafters to start many projects and finish few, a group of women join together to form a guild: Unfinished Projects Anonymous. They plan to keep each other on track and accountable. Three friends are tasked with the job of home visits for their guild, laughingly called the Cartel. They do visits to snoop around craft rooms and knitting baskets to report on progress for the members. They soon discover that much of life is half-finished: relationships, the raising of children, even our very relationship with the Lord. And that may be perfectly fine. -- adapted from back cover