Today we feel so lucky to be the first stop on Kaffe Fassett’s Artisan fabric tour for Free Spirit Fabrics.
As I said last week we have been long time fans of Kaffe Fassett’s designs…even using one of his prints for an entire chapter in our book…so we were more than excited to have the opportunity to work with his new Artisan fabric line. I love the dramatic feel of his fabric as well as the large scale prints and the color combinations. I know that every time I use his fabrics my projects will make a statement.
So the day when his fabric arrived on my doorstep I was eager to open the package…and I was not disappointed. However, I had a dilemma. Originally I had planned on making a quilt but then after seeing all that delicious fabric in person I knew that I had to make a dress for my Grace…but I still wanted to make a quilt.
Sooooo…I did what any rational human being would do…I made both! 🙂
Because the colors and patterns of these fabrics are so rich and bold I really wanted them to be the star of the show….
So I paired them with a bright white solid and planned a design with large blocks of color in an effort to make sure that none of the designs would get lost.
And then….I may have hoarded a few larger pieces to make my Grace a dress.
But like I said before I couldn’t help myself. These patterns with that style dress are right up her alley!
And besides…blue is her favorite color. What a mom to do?
Except maybe sew up one more quilt….because I have a feeling my lap quilt is soon to be commandeered to go with a certain someone’s dress…
Now…to get to the giveaway….I have a 4 yard bundle of Kaffe Fassett fabric left over that I wasn’t able to squeeze into this project and it is up for grabs to one lucky winner.
Just leave a comment on this post telling us what you would make with it and you are entered to win!
Its as simple as that! Good Luck!
And watch in the weeks ahead for the other fun projects that are coming with this fabric by some very talents ladies!
Craft Sanity on 9/30/
One Hundred Billion Stars on 10/7/
Bijou Lovely Designs on 10/14/
Mrs. Schmenkman Quilts on 10/21/
Confessions of a Fabric Addict on 10/28/
Sarah Fielke on 11/4
Kim S says
These printscwould make some awesome bags and accessories. Your Grace is adorable and her dress is beautiful.
Janis Altomare says
A great throw and a bag.
Sarah Craig says
Nice mix of the color ways on your quilt, and what a great pattern! Perfect for letting the fabrics shine. Your Grace’s dress is adorable, too – I’ve got similar plans with some of mine, as I have a young granddaughter who loves bright colors and twirly dresses…..
I just LOVE both ,that quilt isamazing!Thanks for sharing
carol n says
I would make a beautiful, colorful throw! Thanks for the giveaway!
Ruth moody says
A fun bag or baby quilt. I wish I could make a dress like that, tho.
It’s hard to resist all the beautiful bold fabrics. I would make an amazing ‘in your face’ quilt for my bed. Thanks for the chance.
Carolyn Sands says
I think a lovely quilt would be first on my list!!
I would make my mom a new lap quilt.
Charity Greenwalt says
Such a hard decision. It could become a blankets, bags, or dress shirts for my boys depending on the colors. Your dress and quilt turned out beautifully. The brightness of the colors is just gorgeous. Thanks for the chance to win.
Sherry Fram says
I would make my granddaughters some beautiful tunics to wear with their leggings & boots!
Lindsay I says
My little girl would love a dress so beautiful as that!!!
Callie Cuddy says
A dress and a purse for my daughter
A bright and cheery quilt. Or a fun new tote. Or maybe a fun dress for a special grand daughter and matching bow ties for her brothers. Or how about really cool pillowcases! I can’t decide! But with 4 yards, I’d be in heaven! Thanks for offering!
Kathy E. says
You have a 4 yard bundle left over??? Yikes! I’d love to take that off your hands! I am pulling fabrics for a quilt for my son’s girlfriend (who I hope will soon be his fiancé) and I really need this to give it a pop (or 100) of color! I could also use it as the backing. Your sweet Sophie looks beautiful in her Kaffe dress and those fingernails are the finishing touch!
I will probably make a quilt but I love the idea of a dress for my girl and matching bow ties for my boys! So cute! Thanks!
A beautiful throw from Simple Simons own book! And maybe a dress for My Trinity! Your quilt and dress are amazing! And your little creation stunning!
Alissa Scahde says
I would actually probably copy your dress!!! It is beautiful!!!
I would love to make a dress for my daughter! I’d also make pillow covers. These are so cheerful!
Tracy H says
Grace’s dress is adorable! A quilt and some pillows would be on my list.
Mary Lou says
Wow! Such striking colors! Beautiful job.
Four yards would be enough to make a dress with a coordinating handbag!
sarah Watkins says
i think i would have to make a house coat and lounge round the house all day like a lady of leisure ( never mind the two kids and husband)!
Hannah Miller says
Probably clothes for my children, which is about all I have time to sew. these days. Such gorgeous prints!
Julie little says
I would make a wall hanging. The colors are so rich. I love the dress you made.
Sharon Lambirth says
Oh my! What would I make? 4 yards could make a ton of gifts…or another quilt! For me of course! Who doesn’t need another quilt?
Kristin M says
Bags!! And Paper Piece mini quilts
Jeanette Parker says
Wow…I love those colors and bold designs! How fun! I would make a quilt for sure with the fabric.
I would make either girls’ skirts wth matching purses or aprons.
I would make a fun lap size quilt, with any leftover fabric in the back to create a dynamic quilt. I would choose a pattern that would highlight the beautiful fabrics in this collection!
I’m going to start quilting very soon (and I know I will love it), but as a beginner sewist my first love is making clothes for my daughter (who just turned 4). Those bold, colorful prints would make fabulous dresses and tops for her!
Oh definitely a bag. Or two. Or… love Kaffe!
I have always wanted to make a quilt with his fabric! So luxurious looking!
Lana K says
The dress is adorable as is the “model”! That fabric is so bright & cheery. I might make a lap quilt and some zipper bags or totes.
Sharon T says
Wowzer! Kaffe’s Artisan line is drop dead gorgeous! I have been a Kaffe lover since his very first line in the 90’s. I would choose to make a glorious quilt! And keep it!
Annajo Limore says
Oh I’d just LOVE a Carpenter’s Star quilt top from those gorgeous colors!!!
Jennifer S. says
Oh what beautiful prints! I would definitely make some carseat blankets for some sweet babies! These bright colors would be perfect!
Oh beautiful! I’d make something I can look at often. Maybe a bag. Or even use it to line the shelves of my girls’ room. It’s so pretty
I would love to try quilting! First time trying & fabric would be awesome!
Linda Lynn says
Thanks for the chance to win. I would make a quilt with the fabric!
Tonya A says
I love the idea of a skirt for my girl & the leftovers for a quilt 😉
Betty Acree says
Ooh, I could see myself using some of the larger prints as bright cheerful preemie pads for the local NICU. That’s a charity project my sewing group has taken on for the holidays.
I would make a table runner for my friends new house
I’d make a beautiful throw quilt to use out doors that will co ordinate with the outdoor Kaffe Fassett table cloth I made earlier this summer!
Sandy A in St. Louis says
I would love to use it in a quilt. I haven’s used Kaffe prints before, so this would be something new to me!
Tonia Jeffery says
I’d use it for clothing for my girls!
Lisa Marie says
The quilt is beautiful and the dress OH. MY. GOODNESS. just amazing! I think Grace has a future in modeling. I would love to make something beautiful from these fabrics. A quilt probably, and also a bag that I could carry around and enjoy the beauty wherever I go!
Scarlet Mendez says
I think I would make a skirt for me, a dress for my little girl, and /or a bag would be fun too.
Lauren Lang says
I would love to make a table runner with this fabric. Thanks for the inspiration!!!
Jean McKinstry says
Grace, you are a fab model, I am waiting to see you on front pages very soon. What a wonderful way you showed off those colours, and as blues and purples are my favourites, a quilt for son-in-law, this would brighten up his day when it might be about minus 12 Celsius and there is 12 inches of snow on the front lawn and all the paddocks and he has to go and check the ewes and newborn lambs.
Oh I would love to make a Kaffe quilt!!
Thanks for the giveaway!
Louise Hornor says
That dress is so wonderful! Perfect use for the bold border print.
I’m a quilter, so I would definitely make a quilt (or 2!) from the fabric. Thanks for the chance to win it!
I would have said lap quilt, but after seeing that adorable little dress, I’m thinking a couple of little dresses for my granddaughters! Thank you!
I would make a quilt! I have always admired the fabric!!!
There is a quilt I have had my eye on, Cutting Corners, in MSQC Block magazine. I think this fabric with white for the background would be perfect! Thanks for giving the opportunity to win this lovely fabric.
Sherril McGann says
I would make a lapquilt for the sofa with this fabric.
Love her skirt!!!! I’d make a top for me or a dress or skirt for my girls depending on the scrap sizes.
cheryl hammond says
I would definitely make a quilt!!!
grace thorne says
your grace is adorable and even tho 4 yards is enough for a dress for this grace, i’m thinking some would go in a very chic shower curtain, some (paired with other KFs on hand) would go in a cleopatra’s fan maybe? or some lucy boston blocks?
Definitely clothes for the kids – they really love bright colours
Those would make a jaw dropping purse and the remainder would be a lap quilt.
I’m always looking for bright and bold fabrics to make dresses for a charity I trust to get clothing for girls who may not own even one dress that fits just them. These would be great fun and the simple pattern I use would work with these nice exciting fabrics!
Would definitely make its way into my latest quilt project
Kathleen McSweeney says
I’d love to make little girls’ sundresses with the fabulous fabric!
Both – Beautiful! I would love to make a weekend bag for my sister! thank you!
Susan Zakanycz says
I would make my great niece Emma a beautiful dress out of
This wonderful fabric, she would love it!!!
I’d make a swoon quilt. These prints are amazing. Love your quilt so much, it’s inspired.
anna Brown says
A lap quilt for sure maybe another one with my stash and left overs….NIceeeeeee….. firstname.lastname@example.org
Ohh, a quilt for my daughter. Lovely!
Joyce Carter says
Grace is so adorable and her dress is cute as can be. I would use the fabrics for a quilt. Thank you for the chance to win.
Barb in Mi says
I would make some city blocks for a quilt that I’ve started with Kaffe fabric. As always fabulous fabric! Thanks!
A quilt for the loveseat in my sewing room. ALL FOR ME!!!
Brandy Hallock says
Oh my, decisions..decisions, oh what would I make. I think the sweetest quilt for my 8 year old granddaughter Tyleigh.
Susan M. says
I would use part of it to help my daughter with a wall hanging that she cross-stitched using a Kaffe Faucet cross stitch design. This would look beautiful around the border. The rest I would have to make up something really beautiful with it.
Kathy Harris says
My guild supports a woman’s shelter of women trying to get their lives back together and I would love to make them something beautiful. So often the fabrics donated for charity quilts are things other people don’t want so we try to make them look as good as possible, but having truly gorgeous fabrics to start will lift their spirits because they will know we CARE.
Crystal Harrison says
OMG!!! Both are gorgeous makes! I would make totes & accessories! After petting the gorgeous fabrics, of course.
Wow. A quilt for he newest baby in the family-due in January.
Lori Morton says
GORGEOUS!!! Loooove this collection!! I love the Quilt..but the DRESS is BEAUTIFUL!! (& so is your Model!!
I would make a big Throw!…and a Tote from the scraps, for me!! 🙂
Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way too! 😀
Oohhh that is a hard one. I think i am with you…i would make a dress and a quilt. Such beautiful prints!
Love that quilt (and the dress!) Hope there are some blues left over. I think if I had a bundle I would be sorely tempted to do a quilt sort of like this one.
Jeanne Jones says
I would make more hexagons for my Glorious Hexagons quilt along. I am using all Kaffe fabric.
Jan Cate says
The prints are so happy and uplifting it would become a throw to wrap myself in! Thanks for the giveaway!
Esther Grimes says
I would love to have an energetic diaper bag out of these bright fabrics!
Vicki H says
I would make some awesome pillow covers.
Sandy K says
The dress is so pretty. I might make pouches.
NancyB from Many LA says
I’d love to make something for my granddaughter!
Nancy O'Neel says
I’d make tote bags to give as Christmas gifts.
What a beautiful quilt and dress. I would make a bright quilt for my guest room.
I just got kaffe’s Quilts in Italy — it is amazing and I would buy some more fabric and make a quilt
Irene Chandler says
I have 4 granddaughters…so I would make tote bags for them!
I would use this gorgeous fabric in some cosmetic cases, made for holiday gifts. Thanks for sharing your gorgeous quilt and that delightful dress!
Jeri Niksich says
My Little girl is 36 so no cute little dresses anymore so of course it’s a quilt for sure and a big one at that with 4 yards or perhaps 2 quilts
Dorothy Matheson says
I could eat the little girly right up in my arms she is so cute and the dress is lovely too.
I would make my self a pillow case or two and then have enough left for the focal fabric of a lap quilt.
Elizabeth Matthiesen says
It’s very simple, if I was lucky enough to win this would go to my sister-in-law in England who sews the most beautiful quilts and pictures and she’d be over the moon with this fabric. It would be a small thank you for the quilts that she’s made of my 7 children and 7 children, not to mention those she made for me too. Thanks so much for the chance to win, this is absolutely gorgeous.
Beth T. says
I just received a wedding invitation for my dear friend’s stepson’s wedding. (did you follow that? She’s the mother of the groom–hooray!) I would love to make them a really fun wedding quilt, and Kaffe fabrics would make that a sure thing. Thanks for sharing!
Kristine Clay says
Oh my goodness those colors! I’m loving the blue too! I would make matching dresses for my 2 girls (age 5 and 2). Thanks for the chance to win and for passing along from such a great collection!
I’d make a quilt, but that dress sure is cute.
For sure it would go in a quilt. I’m thinking some Dresden Plate Butterflies. I sew love the fabric. Great quilt and I adore the model.
Lynnette Lamance says
Either a quilt or a handbag would be nice
I would be using this fabric in a quilt and a bag … Thanks!
Love the vibrancy and joyfulness of the dress.
Joan Sander says
I would make some pillows to go with my 60’s era Danish modern chair( peacock blue ) and soon to be reupholstered 60’s artisan built couch. What a wonderful kaleidoscope of colors and patterns. Maybe some leftovers for a mini quilt.
Michelle Bump says
I wish I had a cute little girl to make a dress for. Guess I’ll have to make a quilt.
I think a couple of cute bags for DIL Christmas gifts would have to be made with this amazing fabric! LOVE the dress!
Ann Smith says
A giant floor cushion for Chloe.
Such a beautiful quilt and dress for Grace. Amazing fabric! Would love to make my own colorful quilt!
Thanks for a chance to win. Fingers crossed!
Sherry Kessler says
I would start my Christmas sewing with some beautiful bags for my nieces &mil…and my daughter just informed me she wants headbands..alot of them!!
Katy M says
I’d try and do the same as you, make a dress for my little niece then try and make a quilt for myself by combining it with solids
Lorre Smith says
I think the colors and patterns call for a wall hanging. I love what you have done with white in your quilt!!
I’d make a bold graphic quilt which also displays the wonderful Kaffe fabric, kinda like yours!
An overnight bag and matching accessories bag are a must! Your quilt and daughters dress are so pretty. Thank you for sharing your talent with us.
Susan Spiers says
I would make a quilt for my granddaughter who is graduating this school year, she”s on to college to be a vet – these colors remind me of her personality! Your Grace is too cute & what a wonderfully colorful dress-very nice!
Wow fabric is awesome, I would make a lap quilt for someone else to enjoy and then a dress for our granddaughter.
Bobbi Penniman says
I just got a pattern with instructions on how to recover the seat and back of a padded folding chair. I have 6 chairs for studio guests and yes – these would be great for it!
Lynne Stucke says
I have 2 young granddaughters (ages 2 and 8 months) . . . They would both love to own a little Kaffe dress similar to the one you made! (email@example.com)
Esther Perez Bourgeois says
I woul like to make a wall hanging!!! So nice fabrics!!
Betty Rivers says
The colors are so bright and beautiful. I think the fabric would be artfully displayed on my coffee table to be fondled, folded and re-folded by me and friends. We would talk, make plans, share. Instead of an evening of fine food, it would be an evening with fine fabric. That is probably as good as it gets.
Katie Trott says
I have been working on an EPP of hexies for the longest time! Using only Kaffe fabrics. These would make a great addition to the final border and backing!
Angela Lee says
The dress is almost as lovely as Grace! You did a wonderful job. I would definitely use these fabrics to make a quilt.
I would make something for my girls – the prints are so beautiful and need to be showed off!
Emily C says
I would have to make a quilt. Such beautiful colors.
Nicole Sender says
What a beautiful dress and quilt! I’d make a quilt with this awesome fabric.
Ann O says
I would make a quilt for a child in the Department of Human Services Foster Care program. Most leave their homes with only the clothes on their back. A quilt helps the child know that there are those who care.
Quilting Tangent says
I would make a colorful quilt.
A quilt for my beautiful daughter
I love a bold bag so I’d have to make as many as I could squeeze out of the fabric!
Carol San Diego says
I love the colors of this line! I can see a starry quilt pattern!
I would combine it with some of kaffes shot cottons and make a half square triangle quilt.
Mary Van Kleeck says
I love Kaffe Fassett!!! I have the perfect pattern that I would se to make a quilt. Pick me please
Nancy Klatt says
The dress, the quilt and your daughter are all beautiful. I would love to make a quilt from those fabrics too!
I purchased some wall patterns that were done with Kaffe Fassett fabrics that I love. If I won I could use this material to make at least one of the patterns.
I really need to make a sewing machine cover . I would really enjoy looking at these fabrics every day!
Those are great pictures. Love the quilt and dress.
Nancy Hilderbrand says
I would make a wall hanging.
Diane Beavers says
Lots of mini quilts from Kaffe’s book “Quilts in the Sun”.
It was my first quilt book purchase. Thank you.
Have a giant stack of baby quilts to make- this would totally help!
I’d make a dress for one of my daughters too!
Lori Johnson says
MY TESS AND VIVI NEED A DRESS LIKE GRACE! Dresses all around……
That fabric is GORGEOUS!
Peter Piche says
I would make some ties for myself and some headbands for my girls. And a baby quilt for a new little boy.
I would make some pillows.
Veronica Marie says
I just found out two differwnt loved ones are expecting..so I would make baby quilts with the delicious fabric.
Lois Wright says
I Can see tote bags, a purse, pillows, and a quilt with these fabric. Such fun colors..
Olivia Kissner says
Your quilt is stunning, the dress is fabulous and your daughter is gorgeous! What a perfect model! If I got my hands on your Artisan scraps, I would have to make a quilt and MAYBE save some for a cool top for my niece.
Rae R says
I would make a lap quilt, or maybe some bags and a cover for my sewing machine. The dress you made is beautiful!
Melissa R says
I’d definitely make a dress for my 5 year old daughter. She would love these prints! And some cushions for the living room. Ooh, I’m drooling over those colors!
Terry Aske says
Definitely a quilt.
Laura B says
I would make a Kaffe inspired quilt.
Catherine Brewer says
A wall hanging for my bedroom
I love Kaffe Fassett fabric so maybe something to wear, or some pillows for my bed so I could look at the fabric everyday.
Karen Leehr says
before I decide what to make with these gorgeous fabrics..I would have to sit them on a table and just enjoy the colors!
How beautiful! I would make a lap quilt and hand quilt it to make the fabric shine 🙂
Melanie Bang says
Pillows an elephant and a tote to bring those fabulous colors to my sofa!
I love how bold his designs are. I would make a cross/plus quilt or a disappearing nine patch quilt. Thank you for sharing what you created with this collection. I would love to win it.
I so want to make a quilt with his fabrics. So far I only have a few fat quarters of it.
Rebecca K. says
I might be talked into making a dress for my almost 6 year old niece or I would love to see it become a quilt too! Kaffe Fassett makes such vivid fabrics – I love them!
Chelle Chapman says
EEK, what Beauty, both the quilt & Mz Grace!!! So grown up!! I would HAVE to make some sort of cover; throw, quilt, wee dresses? OR maybe stare at it ’til it tells me what it wants to be!!
Susan Smith says
Gorgeous quilt, dress, and girl! I think I’d make a wall hanging – such cheerful fabric!
Your Grace is so lovely and that dress is beautiful. I love the quilt as well. It really does showcase the fabric.
I would want to make a quilt with the fabric, but let’s be honest, I would probably just hoard it and look at it because I wouldn’t want to cut it up!
I need a new throw for the cabin and I think that these fabrics would add a great pop of color. Your daughter is a cutie and she is lucky to have a mom that sews. Thanks for sharing.
Annajo Limore says
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Natalie Schroeder says
I would love to use this for a baby blanket!
I have been collecting Kaffe prints to make a king size quilt for my bed. These would make a great addition to my stash.
Karen McCann says
In the spirit of making something for daughters, I would make a statement table runner with custom accessories like mug mats to be used with coffee mugs or wine glasses. This would be a gift for my daughter as she just moved into her on studio apartment.
I’d make a dress for my daughter!
Sherri Voydat says
I want to make a dress that people will gasp and say, “WHERE (yes, in all caps!) did you get that dress?” And I pause… (wait for it) and say, “Oh, this old thing? I only wear this when I don’t care what I have on.” (Extra points if you can place the quote.) Love it! Love you!
Marilyn S says
The colors are amazing! I would love to make a quilt!
Karen C says
Love those colors. I have granddaughters that would look great in those colors so would make a dress.
I would make a baby quilt for one of the three grand babies I have due in the next six months!
I would make a lap quilt or a bold wall hanging with the fabric if I win.
Sandra Hearn says
I would make a modern lap quilt the colors are so Electric I can see the design in my head now.
These fabrics are perfect for a quilted throw. A tote would be great as well.
Robin Fish says
I would make aprons! They would be so cheerful!
Allison CB says
Grace looks gorgeous! Love your quilt! I would love to try that in a wall quilt to brighten up my lab space!
Four yards of Kaffe Fassett? Now that would make a dress that would be noticed.
Cindy Buchite says
I’ve been collecting Kaffe fabric for a quilt, so would absolutely love to win this!
Stoney Monte says
I am laid up from surgery on my right shoulder, but once healed, I would do a wall art hanging. Leftovers used on a lap quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.
What a splash of vibrancy on my wall or table. Brought up our long Maine winters.
I rarely sew anything for myself; however, I would make a tunic for myself – these prints would look cool with black leggings!
Laura S says
I can’t be certain what I’d make until I see the fabric. But I have a niece being born in December and I would love to sew something really great as a baby gift 🙂
Sue Allen says
I love Kaffe fabrics! His use of color really inspires me. I would make mini quilts and an improvisational throw sized quilt.
I would give the bundle to my five year old daughter who cannot wait to make her first quilt, with some help from Mama.
Marian Allen says
I would make myself a skirt to wear on days I need cheering up!
Nancy Hoeck says
I would make a wall hanging for my sewing room (where I have an orange egg chair). Grace’s dress is adorable!
Linda nowak says
I will make a table runner! and a tote bag plus use the rest in my quilting stash.
sherri wolters says
I would make a wall hanging such gorgeous material hope to win
This fabric would be perfect for a quilt I’m planning as a gift for my cousins’s wedding!
Teri Siber says
That quilt is sooo unique! And the dress! My granddaughter would love it! I would make a quilt and a dress too!
Leslie K. says
I would definitely make a bag for myself….which I have NEVER done. I also think a tunic would be very cute….too many possibilities!
Anne Bond says
So many, many possibilities! My first thought is throw pillows to add a punch of color and a bright spot to my very neutral family room! And a bag for me because I love big colorful bags. I do love your quilt, however and I appreciate the large squares so the gorgeous patterns don’t get lost.
I would love to make a fun quilt for our grand daughter, such fun and vibrant colors!
Karen Arey-Vasquez says
with four grands four and under, three of them girls, I would make lots of tunics. I would also like to recreate the crane quilt. Each grand gets a new quilt on their first birthday.
Sandra Parker says
So much to do, sew little time! I’d make a quilt, my first ever!
Wouldn’t this make a stunning beach/picnic blanket?
Pam Pollock says
Fabulous quilt and fabulous dress! Love the dress! And Grace looks so cute! I I have been wanting to make a bag for me, however dresses for the granddaughters and vests and ties for the grandsons sounds so adorable. Thanks for the give away.
I just painted my sewing room. Your fabric would add some great color to my room. Curtains, pillows, and quilt.
Heather Anne says
What’s a girl to do? EXACTLY what you did do! Ha! Beautiful use of these breathtaking prints! What would I do with a 4 yard bundle … hmmm … honestly I think that they would delight and inspire my upcoming homeschool girls sewing class so I would SHARE them … and they are all beginners and not quite up to quilting YET but are keen on making totes, pillowcases and aprons!
Rebecca Pelletier says
I’d make some throw pillows. The happy colors are just what I need to brighten up my couch.
Mary C says
I would use the fabric in some fidget quilts that my sisters and I are making for nursing home residents. The cheery colors are sure to brighten the day.
Lyuba Teakell says
Lap quilt : )
Lori Gatzke says
Wallhanging and a bag!
Gigi Braucher says
Beautiful fabrics. I would make a bed runner or wall hanging.
Nancy A says
This fabric would make a beautiful fall table runner and place mats! My husband loves blue and I love orange what a great color combination! Your quilt and your daughters dress are amazing! They both are a great idea to show off the fabric. Thank you!
Heather Crook says
Jill Lewis says
A bunch of drawstring bags for my quilt retreat buddies and maybe an apron with any extra 🙂
Paula Lindquist says
I have a new granddaughter and I made her a quilt with Kaffe Fassett’s fabrics. I’d love to make other clothes or quilts for her.
I’d use the fabric in several quilts. IF it’s a full 4-yards I might even use it for a back for a baby quilt or piece it for a lap quilt.
These prints are so bold, I love them. I would make throw pillows for my living room.
Lisa Wallace says
The colors are inspiring. I would make a couple of quilts for children going into foster homes and then I would purchase some more of the same fabric and make a quilt to keep. Love love love Kaffe Fassett designs and colors!
Denise P says
I like doing smaller quilting/piecing projects because I’m a slow sewer and small gets finished in a timely manner. I’m thinking those colors would make a great table runner and/or place mats.
I would make a beautiful quilt.
Linda Kernodle says
I would make a quilt.
Ann D says
I think I would just fondle the fabric at first so that I could get inspired.
Judy McGinnis says
Love your quilt and Miss Grace’s dress!! Kaffe Fassett is a very favorite of mine. I would definitely make a quilt. With this gorgeous fabric it would be outstanding!! Thanks for the chance to win this. Judy
Carla Hundley says
Beautiful dress and love
the way you designed the
quilt. I would make some
bags as I don’t quilt.
Carla from Utah
I love that quilt! I would definitely make a quilt as well!
Kimmy J says
My kitchen needs brightening up…pot holders, edgings on towels, placemats for the table, valance for the kitchen window, an apron for my husband since he does the cooking and an apron for me while I watch! Thank you for the chance to win!
Love the fabric! Love what you made! Would be a copycat & make a quilt like yours, for my king size bed!
Thanks so much for the looks!
Andee McKenica says
I would try to mimic your quilt design and then some popping pillows!
Clara Chandler says
Love the dress! What a lucky little girl to have a creative mother. For a long while, I’ve wanted to make a Kaffe inspired log cabin quilt. What bright, cheery fabrics and prints!! Thanks for a chance in the giveaway.
Lovely quilt and dress! I would use the fabric to teach people how to make quilt blocks at a local heritage days event. Orange is very popular at this event as orange is one of the school colors. The blocks the participants sew up would be turned into a quilt and raffled off the following year as a fundraiser for the living history section of the heritage festival.
A bold and bright quilt! I am addicted to compass point quilts….it would work great!
Crafty Ashley B says
I’d finally make myself a quilt for my bed!!
I’d make a bed quilt with these beautiful prints.
Donna F says
it is so bright and beautiful. I think that I would have to make a quilt, but save a little and make a table runner as well.
These fabrics look amazing. My mom, sisters, and I want to make dresses for something called dresses for Africa and I think these fabrics would be gorgeous!
Correction, it’s called Little Dresses for Africa 🙂
I love to make things for my girls!
Carol Workman says
Gorgeous colors!!! Love the color scheme. Good friends recently had a baby girl – I would love to make a beautiful dress, booties and headband with the extra material! Thank you for the chance. clworkman4[at]gmail[dot]com
Elaine Roundy says
I would make a quilt and pillows.
Elizabeth G says
Something for my daughter or my granddaughter. Thanks for the giveaway!
I would love to make a big bag with lots of pockets.
A skirt for my granddaughter and some placemats
Dawn Jones says
I would make a handbag and matching wallet.
Sue Nugent says
i would make a quilted throw and a bag. I love his fabrics.
Kelly Montgomery says
So beautiful! I would make a dress for my 2.5-year old daughter and a dress for my 7-year old niece. I am almost finished with my first quilt, the Saturday afternoon quilt (!!), for my 8-month old niece as a gift for her baptism. Thank you!!
Rose Santuci-Sofranko says
Oh my gosh, those fabrics are GORGEOUS! I would love to make some pillowcases out of it.Thanks and God bless!
Ruth Gerkin says
A top for my granddaughter! Beautiful fabric.
Sandy Lai says
Hmmm I might have to make me a dress and have some left over for a quilt
Amy H says
I would make my girls matching skirt and dress.
I would start by making pillows for the spare bedroom redo, and incorporate the remaining fabric into a quilt or dresser table runners.
A quilt for my grandsons!
Angie in SoCal says
Two fabulous incorporations of Kaffe’s beautiful new line. I’d make a dress for my DGD and use the rest in a quilt.
Verna A. says
I would make a quilt for myself! I love Kaffeeklatsch Fassett fabrics!
Roxy R says
I would make a dress and matching purse for my granddaughter. The rest would go into a pillow for my daughter’s apartment.
These fabrics really do make a statement don’t they? Your quilt and dress are beautiful. I would love to make a little dress for my little grandbaby girl.
Sharon Tucker says
This fabrib would make great pillows for my bed!! Thanks for the giveaway!!
Wow! I’m blown away by both the quilt and the dress! Sweet little model, too!
i would love to make a new quilt for my master bedroom!
Deborah Devine says
Those prints took my breath away. The pairing of print and white was stunning.
Deborah @ Sew Much To Give
Deb F says
Your dress and quilt are stunning. I would make a quilt for myself and if there were some scraps left over, I would make a tote. Thanks for the chance to win.
Your quilt is stunning and I would love o make something similar. These colours are gorgeous.
Carol DeLater says
Such beautiful fabric. Your work is stunning. I’d love to win and make a lap quilt.
Rebecca Robb says
Beautiful dress and stunning quilt…..how to top that?……..ah, yes a to die for weekend bag and matching clothes bag for my next travels…..can NOT wait!!!
The dress is so pretty and the quilt, wow the prints are so vibrant with the white, I would definitely make a lap quilt for my living room.
I think I would make some pillowcases or something that would allow the pieces to stay larger so you can see and enjoy the design.
Julie in GA says
I would love some more Kaffe fabrics to add to my Glorious Hexagons quilt.
The dress is beautiful, a perfect use of some great prints.
A quilt and a bag! Such lovely prints!
Carol C says
No granddaughters and I don’t think my adorable little grandsons would be impressed with a pretty little dress. Oh well! I bet they would be impressed with a new little bright play quilt to build a hideaway. They aren’t into the ‘fort’ concept yet, but it won’t be long.
Mary Huey says
The dress is darling!! I can envision this new line used as a large scale tumbling blocks quilt!
Lisa H. says
Your skills are jaw-dropping! The quilt is absolutely gorgeous, and the white and the asymmetrical design arr the perfect compliments to those vibrant prints. The dress is adorable, and so is your daughter. Well-done all around.
Regarding the give-away, I have terrible luck, and based on the number of previous comments, the odds are NOT ever in my favor. However, my family and friends are expecting a bevy of babies (including my second), so I would LOVE to make a baby quilt or two from this gorgeous fabric.
Katie S. says
I would make curtains for my new sewing studio!
Your quilt and dress are wonderful. I would make a quilt.
Janet T says
I could use it as a good base for a quilt! Love his fabric!
Happy Me says
beautiful fabrics, love the dress too. Would love to know what pattern you used for that. Could see a dress for my granddaughter from that same pattern and material. Great job!
Mary Jane says
I love your daughter’s dress! I would love to make som pillows from this gorgeous fabric.
Peggy Williams says
I would make a quilt and pillowcases! Love it!
Your Grace lives up to her name! What an AWESOME dress, sure makes that fabric design POP! You did an AMAZING job with both the dress and the lapghan. I’ll definitely be on the lookout for his fabrics from now on, thanks to you.
You have made a fan, both of yourself and him.
Linda K Minaga says
For my cat? For my dog? Something bewitching and grand for me. Send them to me, and they will speak to me.
I am starting new BOM using Kaffe fabrics and would love to add some of his new ones! Love your quilt and the dress modeled by your daughter!
Tina Hobert says
Hard question! How many times have you purchased fabric, and changed your mind? Kaffee Fassett really deserves to be showcased, so maybe a totee, with matching bags and cases, like for my cell, kindle, tablet, and laptop. lol LOFTY dreams for dream worthy fabric!!
BOBBI LU BENNETT says
I would add this to the 5″ squares I already have to make a house warming quilt for my daughter. LOVE LOVE LOVE Kaffe Fassett fabric!!