Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Playing with Kaffe Fasset fabrics!

My students wanted to do a sampler quilt with 6" blocks, so I dug out the class notes for the blocks I taught in 2002. Here is the quilt I made from the my sample blocks for the original class:

I thought it would be fun to update the blocks this time for my samples and dug into a stack of Kaffe Fasset fat quarters that my friend Els from Holland brought for me when she visited in September. I had a collection of solids as well. It was fun digging through the fabrics to come up with combinations. Here are the first two trees:

This afternoon I made some houses, one with a chimney and one without; one with curtains and one without:



Here are the four blocks together so far. I am liking these wild, bright trees and houses. I don't know what I'm going to do with them yet, but I'll grow some more trees and build some more houses when the mood hits :-)




3 comments:

Mary Ann said...

Beautiful blocks, Jacqui!
I'm a big KF fan...his fabrics are just fantastic to work with!!

Here's 2 Ewe said...

Save these fabrics and do your growing and building on the dull winter days that are sure to come. You won't even need to turn on the lights!

I'm Myra said...

An awesome row quilt from your past, and wonderful new blocks for this class!! Very nice...