American Cotton: Farm to Quilt


This fascinating book tells the story of cotton in America from the farmer to the textile industry and the return to making quilting cotton in the USA plus the quilters who use these products.

Jinny is included in the book with the tale of her start as a fabric designer along with pictures of some of her quilts.

Soft Cover, 158 pages.

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We carry autographed copies of Teresa’s book and, if requested, Jinny will also sign the chapter in which her story is told. For autographed chapters, please indicate a name (if desired) in the “special instructions” box at checkout.

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Weight 19.2 oz
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Book Review

From Booklist: “An amazing amount of meticulous research elevates this compendium from a ho-hum aggregate to one that inspires and engages. . . . [Jinny] Beyer enhances her encyclopedic reference by featuring mini catalogs of like-minded design styles, like bow ties, airplanes, the Red Cross, and kaleidoscope blocks. She also details her sources with commentary and explains how she categorized the blocks. Worthy of any quilting (and quilter’s) library.” –Barbara Jacobs

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