Monday, June 1, 2020

Quilt Market: Robert Kaufman

Elizabeth Hartman is at it again with an animal-tastic patterns and a new fabric collection, Library.

Manchester (center bundle below) is a lightweight 100% cotton typically for garments, with a visible weave that adds dimension and texture. The new colors are mid-range, to coordinate as backgrounds for the low-volume and bright Library prints.

Library is Elizabeth's tenth collection for Robert Kaufman.

Library consists of ten bright prints, low volume prints, and a black & white. 

Pretty Birds comes as a kit.


Library has precuts too, including fat quarters, 2 1/2" strips, 10" squares, and 5" squares.

Carolyn Friedlander showed off Jetty, a 27 piece collection. Did you know her collections are named in ABC order (Architextures, Botanics, Carkai, Doe...)? 

Carolyn has modern patterns to show off the new line. Here's the Eads Jetty Quilt with a new approach to layout and color.

This quilt is Hearts, obviously.

Color placement on the Rye Quilt makes a huge difference.

Jennifer Sampou had an ombre-filled booth. Whale and I and Dawn Star are shown below.

Jennifer also has a book, Ombre Quilts, and a 12 spool Aurifil collection.


Violet Craft has a sweet country collection. The quilts from left to right are The Horse and Unicorn Abstractions, The Boho Quilt, Flying Falcons, and The Mandala Quilt.

When it comes to a color palette, you can't beat Kona Cottons. They're up to 365!

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  1. ooh! my favourite market post yet! Library looks like a fantastic addition to my collection of fabric!

  2. Love those ombre's and the star quilt, and the Library collection looks great too! Thanks for sharing!! Hugs, h