Mary is in a pickle. She needs an illustrator to draw pictures of tomato plants to go along with her research from the past 2 years in order to land the job that will keep her from having to go back to Europe.
Zenus owns a textile mill. He's got problems of his own. The mill flooded recently, ruining machinery and fabrics. He comes up with an idea to salvage part of some of the bolts of fabric: quilter's packs.
Mary's neighbor, Priscilla Dane Osborne, can do the drawings for her, but she requires Mary to help her quilting group work on a time sensitive project in her place while she does them.
Zenus goes to visit his aunt Priscilla, an award winning quilter, to beg her to design a quilt pattern to go with his plan.
Zenus and Mary are not supposed to fall in love. Priscilla doesn't approve, and Zenus is supposed to be courting Arel, who looks at Mary as a mentor of feminism. Can their feelings overcome their ambitions and circumstances?
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