REVIEW: The Pattern Artist by Nancy Moser


In the 1910’s immigrants arrive in America for a chance at a whole new future.  For ambitious and talented ones, like Annie Wood, America offers a new world.  Annie has seamstress skills and an eye for simplifying fashion.  This takes her from maid to Macy’s clerk to Butterick Patterns Company.  From there, with the people she meets and her trip to Paris, Annie has limitless options. Plus, she has a love interest and a handful of new friends in America.  I enjoyed her story but found it hard to believe because things moved too quickly.
Nancy Moser writes interesting, easy-to-follow stories that put readers inside of a slice of history.  Thank you to Shiloh Run Press for providing me an ARC for a review in my own words.

The Pattern Artist

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