Rosy Quilt Design
Intermediate | 22 min 31 sec
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.

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
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
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Class Reviews
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ShirleyA. Tomany
This man is indeed a "master". His approach to color and contrast is phenomenal. This class cannot help but make one into a better quilter. He shows us how it's all about mood and pleasing contrasts.
5 days ago
Barbara A. Nickerson
Fun to view an early Kaffe.
January 10, 2023
Lindsay Mallory
Absolutely love the brightness of the colors and the simplicity of the design!
More than 3 months ago