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Kaffe Fassett fabric catalog 1 - 100

I'm cataloging the Kaffe Fassett fabrics as an educational tool for everyone who wants to see all of his fabrics that have been made since he started designing them in the mid 1990s.  There are a few numbers that I have never found any evidence of there being a fabric, 10, 28 and 72 are 3 of them.

There are more colors than I show on lots of the fabrics.  I am just showing a selection and including a ruler so you can judge the size of the prints.  You should be able to click on the photos to enlarge them.  I will continue adding fabrics as I find time to work on this.  I may be able to add the year for some of them too.

Some of the fabric styles were repeated with new colors over the years.  The original colors are documented in a few of Kaffe's and Rowan's books.

 I do not have any of GP-05.  I found out it was a hand block print fabric made in India.

 There is no #10

This number 77 fabric is the same print as the missing #05.  I have no idea if the scale of the print is the same since I have never seen #05.


Anonymous said...

I may have some 05 for you

Anonymous said...

It seems that I don't own a piece of the original fabric but this design was reissued under a different name and in different colours. It now is know als Silouette Rose.

Mystic Quilter said...

I was so excited to see these cards of yours - I have most of these fabrics but hadn't realised how long ago I must have bought them!!!! I must go through more of my baskets, who knows what I may find!

DBrez said...

Many thanks for doing the Kaffe catalog! I really appreciate the time and effort you're putting into this. You've inspired me to start my own collection. Have fun at the fair!

Brenda said...

I have many of these and it's good to see them all together here. thanks!

Judy P. said...

I have three tubs of Kaffe fabric. I have a basic problem with how to organize them - by color or by print. Your cards are great, but how do you store them?

I have lots of tubs in my basement sewing area, but I have been wanting for some time to have the fabric so I can see it. What to do; what to do.

Kathy Harris said...

Will you be doing the same for Philip Jacobs designs? I actually love his designs more than Kaffe's although they put them together in collections.

kittiepower said...

Love seeing these great KF fabrics! Are you looking for small scraps to add to your cards?