Tell me what I should make with all this Kaffe Fassett fibric and I might give you some. : )

by jennifer

Dear Readers,

I’m popping in to get your advice. I have been invited to participate in a blog tour for Kaffe Fassett’s new Artisan fabric collection and have been spoiled rotten with these lovely samples. I’m going to be back on Sept. 30 showing what I made. (Yes, I’m aware that that date is rapidly approaching. I’m a deadline artist, so I’ve trained for this kind of pressure.)

img_9537Here’s how you can help and perhaps pry some of this fabric out of my hands. Leave a comment below detailing what you think I should make and I’ll see what I can do on deadline. I have a few ideas of my own, but I’m looking to pick your creative brains and share the wealth. So please comment below and be sure to check out the whole blog tour listed below. I’ll be back soon with something cool and I will send fabric to those who post the best ideas. Good luck to all of us! : )

9/23/16 – Simple Simon and Company

9/30/16 – CraftSanity (Yay!)

10/7/16 – 100 Billion Stars

10-14-16 – Bijou Lovely Designs

10-21-16 – Mrs. Schmenkman Quilts

Oct. 28 – Confessions of a Fabric Addict

Nov. 4 – Sarah Fielke

UPDATE: Thank you all for your lovely suggestions! Read the post about the quilt I made here. The comment by Mark Richardson was selected as the winner of a Kaffe Fassett jelly roll. Congrats Mike!!

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peggy Green October 2, 2016 - 2:08 pm

i always like a log cabin print as itis so easy…

Carol DeLater October 4, 2016 - 6:34 am

somthing scrappy with larger pieces to show off the fabric. Isn’t it gorgeous?!?

asteride October 9, 2016 - 10:55 am

It’s such a great collection! Everything you make and made is going to be fantastic!

calypso October 9, 2016 - 10:56 am

A stripey quilt!

Lulu October 9, 2016 - 11:01 am

I would add some solid blue and just go…..

Beverly Wiedeman November 16, 2016 - 5:23 pm

I love Kaffee Fassett Fabric, and just bought lots of it for the “Tussy Mussy” pattern in the new book: “Quilts in Italy” When I bought the material, my friend with me asked what age the quilt was for, as it was going to be so pretty. I answered “The girl is age 76, it’s for me!” HA!
Before I bought the new book I found a pattern called Fanciful Flowers in the February/March 2016 edition of McCall’s Quick Quilts. I thought it would make a great Kaffee Fassett quilt.

Bev Wiedeman
Reno, Nevada

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