Shots and Stripes: 24 New Projects Made with Shot Cottons and Striped Fabrics by Kaffe FassettIn Kaffe Fassett Quilts Shots and Stripes, quilt master Kaffe Fassett and coauthor Liza Prior Lucy present 24 projects—small and large, beginner and advanced—made with iridescent solid-colored cotton fabrics (called shot cottons) and woven striped cotton fabrics, all photographed in and around his weekend home on England’s southern coast. Inspired by worldwide travels and a plethora of ethnic textiles, including Amish quilts in America, Japanese indigo patched work clothes, and African weavings, the projects featured include full-size bed quilts as well as smaller pieces that can be completed more quickly, such as throws, wall hangings, table runners, and pillows. With Shots and Stripes, Fassett answers the current call for quilts that make bold graphic statements but are not necessarily as time-consuming as some of the work for which he has been previously celebrated.
At first I thought,"Kaffe Fassett shot??? I love the colors and what you have done with them That's one lucky baby! Love the colors, shapes, and end result. First time I've seen what a Go!
Description: Designed by Kaffe Fassett for Free Spirit, this cotton print is perfect for quilting, apparel and home decor accents. Colors include shades of green, coral, hot pink, soft pink, orange, aqua and mint. Description: Designed by Brandon Mably for Free Spirit, this cotton print fabric is perfect for quilting, apparel and home decor accents.
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Description: Designed by Kaffe Fassett for Free Spirit, this fabric collection has a two tone effect by using two different colors for the warp and weft fibers, which give the fabric added dimension and a slight iridescent effect. Fabric is perfect for quilts, home decor and craft projects. This fabric features cross threads of purple and blue.
Oh, and I was looking for the perfect purple solid for my next quilt! Might have just found it! Love the colors! Thanks for the tutorial on how they make their fabric. It totally makes sense. I have always wondered what it meant when someone said shot cottons.