Dreamy Hexagons Medallion Quilt.

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San Francisco : Creativebug.com, 2020.
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1 online resource (1 video file): color, sound

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2013-11-26 20:35:28
Kaffe Fassett is widely acknowledged as a visionary in the use of color and was the first living textile designer to have a one-person show at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. He is a fabric designer for Rowan Patchwork and Quilting, the primary knitwear designer for Rowan Yarns, and the author of fifteen books, including STC Craft's Simple Shapes Spectacular Quilts. He lives in London.
In this class, Kaffe and Liza work together to create a masterful medallion quilt in rich, warm tones. The quilt begins with a stunning medallion center that is comprised of English paper-pieced hexagon rings and hand-appliqued fussy-cut fabrics. From there, the quilt expands with several colorful borders--some patchworked, some solid--which come together to create a lush, harmonious effect. Throughout the making of this low-contrast quilt, Kaffe explains his process for selecting fabrics, demonstrating various options on a design wall. At the end of the class, enjoy bonus footage of Kaffe and Liza sharing stories about how they met and the creative journey they are on together.
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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Fassett, K. (2020). Dreamy Hexagons Medallion Quilt . Creativebug.com.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Fassett, Kaffe. 2020. Dreamy Hexagons Medallion Quilt. Creativebug.com.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Fassett, Kaffe. Dreamy Hexagons Medallion Quilt Creativebug.com, 2020.

MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)

Fassett, Kaffe. Dreamy Hexagons Medallion Quilt Creativebug.com, 2020.

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