Monday, December 24, 2018

Quilt Market: Robert Kaufman

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Robert Kaufman Fabrics has some very fascinating designers. At the industry trade show, Quilt Market, upcoming lines and patterns were unveiled. Carolyn Friedlander has Harriot coming out in March. Check out Carolyn's post for behind the scenes details. Hunt is shown below.

Harriot is a combination of yarn-dyed wovens and screen prints, including a scallop that makes a great border. Coordinating Kona Cottons are available.

Patterns shown below include Lott A, Lott B/C, and Lott D, Eads, Circles and Tangelo.

The fabric line is meant to give off a gender-neutral vintage wardrobe vibe.

I do regret not taking a few moments away from the frenzy of inspiration to do some slow sewing with the Kaufman gals, as they kindly urged me to do.

Violet Craft's upcoming collection is Betty's Luncheonette, a tribute to her dad's mom who had a prime role in providing her a childhood rich in fond memories. Get all the details on her blog.

Collection patterns include Fruit Juice, available as a kit and featuring glue-basted inset circles, and the quarter circle-pieced Citrus Grove Quilt. Animal Abstractions is shown below.

Precuts will be available when the collection releases in February.

Violet shared some EPP in normal, smaller, and super tiny cuteness. This is her Fruit Basket quilt pattern.

Violet's patterns are genius in their ability to combine beautiful designs with a chance to learn new techniques. Have you tried EPP, inset circles, or quarter circles? Admittedly, I could use some additional practice on these techniques. Wouldn't Betty's Luncheonette be a great way for me to explore? I feel more projects coming on...

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