Quilting with Kaffe Fassett Fabrics

I’ve been sewing quite a bit this year, but I’ve been delinquent in keeping up with my blogging about my sewing. Between alterations, I squeeze in time to have fun making a quilt. I discovered Kaffe Fassett fabrics and love the intensity of the the colors and patterns. They’re wild! They remind me of the 70’s, back when I was a “younger” woman. So far, I’ve made two quilts using Kaffe Fassett 10 inch squares and a pattern from one of my Quilting Quickly magazines. A pack of 10 inch squares, an accent fabric, border fabric and backing are all that is required. I used a turquoise for the accent and inner border and yardage for the outer boarder. My youngest granddaughter claimed this one and so I gave it to her for her birthday. I’ll blog about the other one when I get back from vacationing in AZ.


Squares are organized on my design wall


After the squares are sewn together in rows, the borders are added.


I free motion quilted it on my domestic machine



My quilt was displayed in our local Center for the Arts during the month of September ’18


Happy Sewing and Quilting!

About SeamQueen

Seamstress, Sewist, Artist, Fashionista, Quilter, Upcycler, Textile Obsessed!
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1 Response to Quilting with Kaffe Fassett Fabrics

  1. byoxall@instawave.net says:

    So very pretty! Hope you all are having a wonderful time in Arizona. l, Pat


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