Synopses & Reviews
Quilting is a billion dollar industry, with more and more households having at least one quilter in the family. With such an enthusiastic (and growing) audience, it's no wonder that internationally known textile designer and author Kaffe Fassett is announcing the 14th book in his best-selling quilting series. In "Kaffe Quilts Again" readers are treated to 20 all-new versions of Kaffe's favorite patterns--each using the latest range of unique and beautiful Rowan fabrics. Photographed in Bulgaria, against a backdrop of splendid painted houses and wedding-cake churches, each quilt and pattern in the book is an inspiration of vivid color and charm. This flawless how-to guide features an array of new fabrics and expanded colors, and provides complete instruction for creating museum-quality quilts that will become family treasures.
Kaffe Fassett presents 20 all-new quilts. Now you can quilt your own heirloom with this richly illustrated how-to guide. Featuring an array of new fabrics and expanded colors, it provides complete instructions for creating 20 museum-quality quilts that will become family treasures.
The latest fabrics and patterns. Photographed in Bulgaria, against a backdrop of splendid painted houses and wedding-cake churches, each quilt in this collection is a classic Kaffe pattern worked in the latest Rowan fabrics and scintillating color palettes.
Extraordinary creativity Like all his best-selling books, Kaffe Quilts Again showcases designs so brilliant and unique, they simply take your breath away. Don t miss your chance to be delighted and inspired.
Featuring an array of new fabrics and expanded colors, this edition provides complete instructions for creating 20 museum-quality quilts that will become family treasures using the latest range of Rowan fabrics.
About the Author
"Color and pattern are my obsessions, and playing with them in different mediums leads to a stimulating life." Kaffe Fassett enjoys worldwide artistic recognition for his visionary, organic and instinctive uses of color and pattern inspired by centuries of decorative arts and the compelling world of nature. He is the first textile designer to be given a one-person show at both the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. He also is a leading fabric designer for Rowan Patchwork and Quilting and the leading knitwear designer for Rowan Yarns. Born and raised in San Francisco, Kaffe moved to London to Paint at the age of 19. He became a permanent London resident in 1964 and from London, travels, exhibits and teaches around the world.
Table of Contents
THE FABRICS (featuring these new fabric designs/colorways: Floating Mums, Begonia Leaves, Scallops, Miami, Macaroni, Shingles, yellow and turquoise Guinea Flower, purple and yellow Paperweight, updated Shirt Stripes, and a new take on Kaffe’s very first collection—Indian Stripe)
My Fair Lady
S-Block and 13 more
PATCHWORK KNOW HOW
GLOSSARY, BIOGRAPHIES,DISTRIBUTORS AND STOCKISTS