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We are SO excited (BEYOND excited, actually!!) to announce that Sweet Home Quilting has been selected as a stop along Kaffe and Brandon's US Tour! Kaffe and Brandon will be joining us for a lecture/Q&A/book signing on Saturday evening, and they will offer two workshops - Country Snowballs on Sunday, and Seed Packet on Monday.

In each workshop, Kaffe & Brandon will teach and mentor each participants own personal color journey through fabric choice and placement.  Everyone will follow the same process of choosing fabrics as Kaffe and Brandon do when they are designing, working on a design wall flannel. The design wall flannel is then rolled up with their quilt, to take home at the end of the day. No sewing takes place during the workshops. No sewing machines needed.

Make sure to sign up for one of the events at the links above!  


Kaffe Fassett - The Power of Color Inspiration Lecture - Saturday October 12, 2024  4:30pm
Join Kaffe Fassett for an inspiring lecture highlighting work from his latest projects and collaborations, including his latest museum exhibition, The Power of Color and his new book, Kaffe Fassett's Quilts on an English Farm. The lecture will be followed by a Q&A session and book signing.





Country Snowballs Workshop - Sunday October 13, 2024  9:30am - 4:30pm
In this workshop, Kaffe's traditional snowball quilt block is made fabulous by his color choices.  In this workshop, with Kaffe and Brandon's guidance, you will create your unique Country Snowball Quilt.




Seed Packet Workshop - Monday October 14, 2024  9:30am - 4:30pm
Globally, Kaffe Fassett fans have enthusiastically embraced his Seed Packet Quilt.  It's sew much fun to search out bold blooms from your stash and shop for the latest blooms and fruits.  Designing and sewing a Seed Packet Quilt is like planting a garden: browsing the catalogs (stash & LQS), planning the layout and planting the seeds (working with Kaffe and Brandon and cutting the squares) and watching it grow (sewing your squares), and finally reaping what you have sown/sewn (wrapping yourself up in your new quilt).


*photo credits: Debbie Patterson @debbiepattersonimages; FreeSpirit Fabrics; Steven Wooster/Taunton Press