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Kaffe Fassett’s Quilts in the Cotswolds Book


Kaffe Fassett’s Quilts in the Cotswolds

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Kaffe Fassett’s Quilts in the Cotswolds Book

Kaffe Fassett’s Quilts in the Cotswolds: Medallion Quilt Designs with Kaffe Fassett Fabrics

In this 21st installment of Kaffe Fassett’s ever-popular series of patchwork and quilting books, Kaffe has chosen to show off his latest range of fabrics by revisiting many of his favorite medallion quilt blocks.

Photographed on location at the world-famous Hidcote Manor Garden in the beautiful Cotswolds countryside, these delectable quilts find their perfect setting among the brilliant flower borders, avenues of trees, and stunning architectural features that make Hidcote one of the most visited gardens in the U.K.

Medallion quilts have universal appeal and the simple framework of the medallion design makes a great vehicle for Kaffe’s eye-catching color combinations in his brilliant range of fabric designs. Assisted by his team of designers and makers, Kaffe has created an exquisite and varied range of 19 medallion designs, among them:

The rich Berry Ice Cream quilt, photographed in Hidcote’s world-famous Red Border
The dramatic Dark Gameboard, photographed against the geometric precision of Hidcote’s famous topiary hedges
The soft Flowery Jar, its pink and blue themed design echoing the colors of the flowers in Hidcote’s early summer border

Kaffe Fassett’s Quilts in the Cotswolds provides all the basic instructional text, diagrams, and templates to make the quilts, plus a section on basic patchwork techniques for less experienced quilters.

Publisher: Taunton Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 08/20/2019
Pages & Format: 152 | Paperback
ISBN: 9781641550840

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