Quilting icon Jo Morton returns with her third book in the "Jo's Little Favorites" series! Enjoy 16 more exquisite little quilts previously available only to her devoted club members--until now.
For the first time, Jo invites quilters into her charming 1920s-era bungalow to share how she displays quilts in her own home. Get oodles of ideas for showcasing small quilts, along with Jo's favorite techniques for making them. You'll be inspired to start right away with Jo's wise approach: if you want to make them all, make them small!
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Well known for her "Jo's Little Women Club" patterns, Jo Morton is a quiltmaker, designer for Moda Fabrics, teacher, and best-selling author. Her use of color and design, as well as her fine stitchery, gives her quilts the feeling of having been made in the nineteenth century. Her quilts have appeared in numerous magazines, and she's made several television and online appearances including on HGTV's Simply Quilts, PBS's Love of Quilting, and The Quilt Show.
In 1980 Jo took her first quilting class, and in 1985 she created her first "made to look old" quilt. She determined early on that if she ever hoped to make all the quilts she wanted to make, they would have to be small, and this size works perfectly in her tiny 1929 bungalow.
Visit JoMortonQuilts.com to learn more, and follow Jo on Instagram at joquilts.
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