Today's post will be short on words and long on photos! We spent our annual winter quilting weekend (we've lost track but think it was our 18th year) at the Cape. This post contains all the quilt tops and works in progress we made with our favorite Kaffe Fassett collection fabrics.
|My Swoon blocks in progress. They are very large blocks.|
|I finished two and a half blocks. I have five made, four more to go. They are not hard, they just have a LOT of pieces. I purchased this as a block of the month kit several years ago from Waterwheel House Quilt Shop in Vermont.|
|Kim G.'s beautiful finished quilt top from the Quilts in Italy book.|
|Perhaps the lighting is better in this shot?|
|Pat's amazing Kaffe quilt top. Pat purchased this kit several years ago as a block of the month from an online shop. I call it "border of the month" since it is lots and lots of borders around a beautiful appliqued center medallion.|
|Marion's gorgeous Kaffe scrap quilt top. These were our birthday blocks from a couple of years ago.|
|Joan S. squared off her blocks and is auditioning fabric for her centers.|
|Joanne S. left her blocks as circles and appliqued them with a satin stitch. Check out the cool design that the chevron printed fabric makes in the fan blades. Her polka dot fabric is really jazzy!|
|This is Karen's own pattern, Forever Yours. You can find it here. I love the bright reds and oranges that she used. It looks completely different than the current version on her pattern cover. I can't wait to see it when it's finished.|
|This is Karen's newest pattern to be published soon. We're looking for a good name. Any suggestions?|
Linking up on Friday to Confessions of a Fabric Addict, Finished or Not Friday, WIP's Be Gone and CrazyMom Quilts.
Pugs and kisses,