Kaffe Fassett's latest book release, Quilts en Provence, is once again a feast for the eyes and a wonderful display of geometry and clever design. The book features 20 quilts, each one beautifully photographed in the South of France where the colors are rich and the countryside evokes romance.
Kaffe's 12th book is again a collaboration of talented quilters including Roberta Horton and Liza Prior Lucy. The patterns are detailed and come with diagrams and templates (although I do think that using the suggested templates is often not the easiest piecing method).
I have selected a quilt pattern from Quilts en Provence called Sugar and Spice by Liza Prior Lucy as my next project. It is a simple and effective design which I have chosen to strip piece rather than use the template provided.
And what better fabric to use than Anna Maria Horner's new fabric range Innocent Crush, combined with Rowan fabrics?
One thing is for sure: it is going to be colorful!