Spring Quilt Market 2013: Robert Kaufman

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Robert Kaufman introduced at least two new designers to their roster. Hello Tokyo (and coordinating accessories) is by The Red Thread.

 

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And Sierra and Felicity by new designer Bren Talavera. Great geometrics!

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Who’s That Girl? is by fashion illustrator Izak Zenou.

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Laurie Wisbrun does the classic kitchen and sewing theme in inimitable style in Table Talk and Sew Pretty

 

 

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Objects is an in-house collection with typewriters, old newspaper text, cameras, and calligraphy.

 

 

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There’s a new installment of Betty Dear by Darlene Zimmerman, featuring larger-scale, bolder-color prints than her usual feedsack reproductions.

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A new Cool Cords (fine-wale corduroy) collection incorporates some Indian motifs.

 

 

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There are lots of new colorful additions to the Slicker line of laminated cottons.

 

 

The RK booth display celebrated basics in quilting, and fashion sewing.

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We’ll see several kids’ collections from RK in the next post.

 

Photos and legwork by Sam Hunter. Sam is a fiber artist and quilt designer behind Hunter’s Design Studio.

2 Comments

  1. How exciting to see my designs featured on your wonderful blog! Thank you so much!

  2. Love the different colour ways in Sierra and Felicity