Welcome Home by Kaffe Fassett
by Kaffe Fassett
New Edition (Landauer)
Enter the Studio of One of the World’s Leading Fabric & Quilt Designers; Learn to Combine Rich Colors & Textures; Includes 9 Step-by-Step Projects
Awaken your senses to a new appreciation of color as you enter the studio of one of the world’s leading fabric and quilt designers: Kaffe Fassett!
- Enter Kaffe’s studio with a photo-rich tour of his vivid and intricate designs, plus insight into his inspiration and color theory
- Learn to combine rich colors and textures from “the master of color,” to create your own decorative accents
- Exclusive photo gallery of Kaffe Fassett’s one-man textile-arts exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of Fine Arts
- 9 projects including a new full-size snowball quilt, pillows, rugs and even a mosaic
- Easy-to-follow instructions diagrams, and templates for each project
Updated in a visually-exciting new edition, Welcome Home Kaffe Fassett shows you how to combine rich colors and textures to create your own brilliant decorative accents!
Known as the “master of color,” Kaffe Fassett’s unique garments have been commissioned by Barbra Streisand, Lauren Bacall, Ali McGraw, Shirley MacLaine, Helen Frankenthaler, and many more.
Internationally-acclaimed as one of today’s leading contemporary colorists and textile designers, Kaffe Fassett (rhymes with “safe asset”) has inspired people across the world with his vivid and intricate work in fabric, knitting, needlepoint, patchwork quilting, painting, and mosaic.
Within the pages of Welcome Home Kaffe Fassett, he reveals the color theory and sources of inspiration behind his visually rich and sumptuous work.
Take a private tour of Kaffe’s historic one-man textile-arts exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, photographed exclusively for this book!
Delight in nine projects, including a completely new project for a full-size snowball quilt. Each design comes with clear step-by-step instructions, how-to diagrams, and templates.
“Kaffe Fassett is to color what Julia Child was to French cooking.”