Intermediate | 22 min 31 sec
Taught by Kaffe Fassett
This quilt pattern works off of a simple structure, but lends itself beautifully to a color and composition class with Kaffe Fasset. Watch as he mocks up a layout on his trademark design wall, working with prints in different scales to achieve a version of his classic pattern in a leafy, misty spring mood. Kaffe talks about adding depth through different fabric choices and introducing clarity with calm fabrics alongside classic Kaffe Fassett prints.

Learn how to:
  • 9-patch quilt block design
  • Working with large- and small-scale prints
  • Developing a harmonious color palette
  • Using a flannel layout wall

What you’ll get:
  • An easy-to-follow lesson on how to make a rosy quilt design
  • 4 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
  • Detailed supply list
  • Downloadable PDF pattern included - $16 value
  • Step-by-step instruction by expert quilter Kaffe Fassett
  • The ability to leave comments, ask questions and interact with other students

Design Wall
Here’s what you’ll need:
Materials for 69” x 78” finished quilt:
  • 1 yd Kaffe Fassett Ombre in Green (includes enough to do the binding)
  • ½ yd of each of the following Kaffe Fassett fabrics
  • Bouffant in green
  • Grandiflora in gold
  • Grandiflora in natural
  • Cactus Dahlia in green
  • Brassica in green
  • Chard in leafy
  • Jupiter in green
  • Camellia in green
  • Lotus Leaf in antique
  • Oriental Trees in green
  • August Rose in antique
  • August Rose in magenta
  • ¼ yd of each of the following Kaffe Fassett Fabrics
  • Aboriginal Dots in leaf
  • Aboriginal Dots in gold
  • Spot in pond
  • Spot in periwinkle
  • Spot in green
  • Spot in peach
  • Roman Glass in leafy
  • Paperweight in sludge
  • Paperweight in jewel
  • Peking in red
  • Asian Circles in green
  • Big Bloom in emerald
  • Flutter in lime
  • Mad Plaid in mauve
  • 5 yds of any Kaffe Fassett fabric for backing
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