Friday, February 15, 2019

A Scrappy Kaffe Finish

And the finishes keep coming!



I needed my design wall cleared for another quilt, so I finished up my Kaffe Scrap quilt.

I tried to get some indoor photos but I don't have a space big enough in my house to get the whole quilt in one photo.  So here is the top half...



And here is the bottom half.
I ended up using a faded chambray fabric I had picked up at Connecting Threads on sale.  It was an extra wide backing so I didn't need to piece the long strips.


I quilted vertical squiggly lines and swirls. Fast and Simple - especially on a longarm.



I used up some older stash pieces on the back.  The purple and brown floral is across the center with the giant swirls at the top and bottom of the quilt.

That big floral has been cherished for a long time but it was just too perfect for this quilt.  
And...I am determined to use the fabric I have!




 One of my friends showed up so I was able to snap a quick outdoor photo.
It is really rainy and blustery today so we had to be quick!

This design is one of my Scrap-A-Palooza designs and I have to say, it is one of my favorites.
It sure looks pretty made from these Kaffe Fassett scraps.




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25 comments:

  1. the background fabric is great with the kaffe - it turned out great

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  2. The quilting on this is so fun! :D

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  3. Your pattern does look pretty with the Kaffe fabrics! You are also very inspiring to me 'to use the fabric I have'!

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  4. I really like the background fabric you used - it looks perfect to make the bright Kaffe prints shine! Great finish!

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  5. Neutrals set up brightly (and beautiful) prints to such a great affect! Well done! Love those Kaffe designs...

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  6. Great match of design and material. And your quilting design is both a good fit and charming. Winner all the way around.

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  7. Great big WOW! That is one knockout quilt! The quilting is perfect for this one also. Congratulations on a lovely finish!

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  8. Fabulous fabric, fabulous quilt, what's not to love?

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  9. Woo hoo -- more scraps transformed into a beautiful quilt! And I love how you put that extra-wide backing to good use in the quilt top. Why don't I do that more often?!

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  10. It's a great design too. Well done with your finish

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  11. You are on a roll! Congratulations on another finish. I love the background fabric you used. It really sets off the bright fabrics. And the quilting is really cute!

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  12. I love this quilt. It is the perfect pattern for Kaffe Fasset scraps.

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  13. I love the way you quilted it. That is a quick and easy way that is so much fun. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  14. Kaffe on oatmeal, a great combo! Fun quilt, Cynthia. And the backing is perfect for it :)

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  15. I love the BG with the colorful fabrics. Beautiful job.

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  16. I like it!!
    and - I love.... I needed my design all cleared so I finished this.... share your mojo girl!!!! LOVE your process!!

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  17. I really love this! The background fabric is perfect with that KF fabric.

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  18. I love this! The background is a great calming fabric for the busy prints. I love Kaffe fabrics and have a collection.

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  19. That is a happy scrappy quilt. Love it!

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  20. Stunning!! Needless to say you've used my favourite fabrics and I'm definitely going to have to make this using some of my KF scraps, just been reading your directions -great!

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  21. That is a really pretty quilt! The background really helps offset the bright colors, and I especially love the quilting design.

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  22. It's gorgeous! Those Kaffe fabrics are perfect with the grey.

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  23. Congrats on the finish! I love the design you choose. Great layout for scraps!

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