I have been looking through my books and on the internet trying to decide how to use the pretty Kaffe Fasset fabrics I bought along with some that I already have. The scrappy trip quilttop is done and the one with the white star in the middle of the block is almost finished, too. I will have to get backing for those two and two other tops which I will have quilted. This pretty thing above is one idea I like. It's laid out on the diagonal and sewn row by row with setting blocks and corner triangles. This is just a long narrow piece to put across the bed - something like 28 x 85 - so it would need to be made quite a bit larger. I have quite a bit of red batik fabric that I could use.
Another one that I think is really scrumptious. Each block appears to have four smaller blocks and all is outlined in black. To me, this one is really cool.
Another pretty one - the pattern for this is in one of the Kaffe Fasset books that I have.
I so love red!!! This is gorgeous and nothing but rows of blocks on the diagonal. This would be very easy.
Not all in red, but it would be great. This one I would paper piece.
I actually made this one, very similar, probably ten or twelve years ago. I found that pattern in a magazine. One of the girls has this quilt.
Another one that I really like - the snowball block. It would be quick, easy and very striking if I got the colors all right.
How about another dresden plate? I'm thinking hard about this one. I think it would be beautiful in those color drenched fabrics! Maybe on assortd red batik background blocks? Think I will make up a test block of this and also the snowball one.