Quilt as Desired, introduces Harriet Truman a young widow. Her aunt Beth thinks Harriet has been spending too many years grieving, she needs to get reconnected with life. Beth lures Harriet to Foggy Point, announces her retirement and turns over her quilting shop to her stunned niece.
Before Harriet can catch her breath one of her aunt’s best friends and a member of The Loose Threads (the local quilting group) is murdered. The murdered woman just happens to have a son, Aiden, the local veterinarian who is easy on the eyes and finds Harriet attractive.— Deon Stonehouse
Harriet Truman returns to Foggy Point thinking she's just going to see to her aunt Beth's customers while the lady takes a European cruise. Instead, she discovers she now owns both business and house, whether she wanted to or not. Still, she's stuck until Aunt Beth comes home, and she does enjoy being a part of creating beautiful quilts. But then Avanell Jalbert, her aunt's best friend, is murdered on the same night someone breaks into Harriet's studio and trashes the place. Something is coming unravelled in Foggy Point, and Harriet is caught in the tangle. The question is, can she figure out what's going on before she ends up dead herself.