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Caddie Woodlawn Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 22, A Letter with a Foreign Stamp Summary

Carol Ryrie Brink
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Chapter 22, A Letter with a Foreign Stamp Summary

The next morning, Caddie is not sure how the family will treat her. She is grateful that everything appears normal, and she joins Annabelle and Clara under a tree, where they are quilting. Clara says that Annabelle has taught her a new stitch, and Caddie states that finally it is time for her to learn. Annabelle graciously offers to teach her. Caddie figures that if she can fix clocks, she can handle tiny quilting stitches. By lunchtime, Caddie can quilt as well as Annabelle and Clara.

Warren and Tom come over to see what the girls are doing. Because Caddie is quilting, they decide to try it as well, and soon the three of them are having a riotous time stitching. Clara complains they are getting the quilt dirty, but Harriet tells her to let...

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