For some reason these seem more fall colors to me even though they consist of teals, pinks, blues, etc.
I guess because Kaffe has such saturated colors? I used to not be a fan but I am somewhat converted after I saw this palette. :)
I know no one uses Flickr anymore but here is a lot of great photos of quilts in Kaffe fabrics.
Speaking of Flickr I really miss it and wish everyone would go back to it. Instagram is okay and all but it's just not the same. I feel like there isn't really a community there. Not that I haven't met some great people that I have stumbled upon on IG I just miss the groups on Flickr and the forums. Especially since IG changed the algorithm and I no longer see people's posts in time anymore. :(
Anyways, I've made a few quilt tops the past couple of months and will share them later next week. Some of them I've posted about on Instagram but some I haven't just because I've not been on there as much.
This Kaffe fabric is going to be a log cabin quilt I'm thinking. I can't wait to start it!!!
September 16th is National Sew a Jelly Roll Day!
You can find more information here but I'll have a post of a pile of free jelly roll patterns here on the 16th.
So many people don't know what to do with their jelly rolls and just collect them. This will help you bust into one.
It's my favorite precut and I am excited for an excuse to use one of my hoarded ones.
You can look at #jellyrollproject on Instagram to see what people are picking so far.
I've been making some zip pouches lately with the holiday only a few months away and some other events.
This one was too cute I love that little sparkly llama.
I lined it with some pink damask fabric that I can't remember what line it's from and added a cute little tassel.
I backed it with this pretty floral another print I can't remember what line it's from.
(Hey I'm using my stash at least)
I'm going to be making a bunch of these and debating making some pieces of fabric with just the little iron on already adhered to sell on Etsy. People can make their own pouches, bags, pillows, or whatever with them. :)
I've been obsessed with heat transfer vinyl so be prepared for a lot of posts featuring that coming up.