Ann Anastasio and Lani Longshore are Broken Dishes Repertory Theatre. They sing, dance and write about quilts, quilters, and science fiction with fabric.
on March 09, 2012 :
I sat down to read a couple of chapters and before I knew it I was on the last page. A fun read. As a quilter, I knew we can do the impossible and these quilting ladies prove that it is not a myth.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
on Aug. 16, 2011 :
This delightful read has something for everyone: quilters, romance lovers and science fiction buffs! Anyone who is a quilter...or knows a quilter...will enjoy how the ladies band together to save the Earth, using their fabric skills and depending on the special relationships built by being part of the quilting community.
The authors know what they are writing about...especially the chenille!
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)
on June 13, 2011 :
Forget the high-heeled-fancy-moves-heroines of normal entertainment. The ladies of Death by Chenille are REAL heroes. Faced with sentient and vicious bolts of fabric, these quilt-shop owners don't hesitate. They set out to save the world with no-nonsense Attitudes and lots of chenille. Hey, don't laugh. There's a reason for the chenille. And once you've read this book, you'll always look twice when you enter a fabric store.
(reviewed 27 days after purchase)
on June 06, 2011 :
Sentient fabric attacks quilt shop ladies! Quilters organize to save the Earth! Will they halt the fabric menace before it reaches YOUR HOUSE? C'mon, admit it. You've been taking things far to seriously, lately. Never mind pills or Jack Daniels, drink a few pages of this stuff. You'll feel much better in the morning.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)