Oh the colors and values are wonderful. Make any gray day a lovely day. Chris
Is this for a Trip Around the World?
I love the color range. I bought my first Kaffe book ("Country Garden Quilts") this past weekend on sale at JoAnn's; there are some nice possibilities in there! Do you have any "ugly" fabric at all? You've only shown us gorgeous pieces! :o)
What a wonderful way to pass the time.
Oh yes, my heart is there too!!
you are welcome to come to my house and make up a few collections for me. ha ha.
So pretty! It just makes me want to be a home sewing!
Those are some really beautiful fabrics!-and, isn't it amazing how much of a difference it makes to have clean table-/countertops? Everything looks so much neater!
Thank you for sharing your heart's joy with us! I get inspired by your beautiful fabrics and choices on a regular basis:)
Such gorgeous fabrics! Oh, gosh, I'm drooling! What a great way to end a day!
gorgeous fabric - you will have fun playing with those.Karenhttp://karensquilting.com/blog/
I agree with Gene....do you do house calls ??!!
I would love to visit your fabric just to take the beauty all in. I just discovered the beauty of Kaffe fabric. I used to work in a quilt shop that stocked it and I thought it was gaudy. The problem was I was stuck in the very traditional design with civil war fabrics. I couldn't see how to use the Kaffe fabrics. Now I have grown a bit and bought a few FQs and decided they are really great, but hard to come by. Reading your blog I have learned sometimes you need 200 fabrics to make the quilt not 5 and a background. Thanks for the lessons!
Even though you were busy as a bee... you took time to show us, your beautiful array of fabrics. Your groups flow together like a rainbow that takes our breath away as the rain begins to subside. 'Your rainbow' will have to be my bright spot for today. RAIN and cold here in the mountains.J~MT
You have your fabrics all lined up and tuning up to sing a beautiful song together. Can't wait to hear (see) what it is!!!
What absolutely wonderful fabric - I just love the vibrant colours!
Oh how pretty! I think putting the fabrics together, and/or just looking at them is my favorite part of the whole process. And again, I have to tell you that I have learned a great deal about color by following your blog. And if your skies are as dreary as ours here in Wisconsin, one needs a color trip!
Everyday more beautiful eye candy, thank you.
Oh I do love those Kaffe Fabrics- I just ordered a few older ones from a Canadian company that had them on clearance for 7 dollars a meter which is great price here in Canada( in the LQS they range in price 16-20 dollars a meter) They are not this years line but I don't care about that- The hardest is to get many of the light ones- When Kaffe came here, I asked him if there could ever be too much color and his answer was succinct- No- I am sure you will create something beautiful with this collection of fabrics. I have been building a collection of his fabrics for awhile now - it is still a small box but it is beginning to look like a collection VBGThanks for sharing your inspirational colors.Regards,Anna
Glorious fabrics! I just love, love, love the quilts you've been making, a real inspiration for me to visit with you.
My heart flutters as I see all of those Kaffe's.....Do you sometimes just lay them out and touch them?....Yummy!
Beautiful combination -- all the fabrics look beautiful.
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