Falling in love with Banyan Batiks Kayana autumn fabric collection by Claire Haillot October 7, 2019 written by Claire Haillot October 7, 2019 842 If fall is your most favorite season of all, you’ll love this project as it features the Kayana collection from Banyan Batiks which highlights the awesome autumn colorway. It’s the perfect weekend project you can make, no matter your skill level, and gift without breaking your heart. Falling in love with Kayana Autumn Collection from Banyan Batiks The secret to this easy project is the beautiful masterpiece #80296-25 from the Kayana Autumn collection as its color changes from one selvage to the other. It’s the perfect key element for the pattern I have in mind. The main piece of the collection features the color range of the complete collection in a masterful way. fabrics 1½ yds #80296-25 from the Kayana Autumn collection for the top and backing ⅛ yd each of 6 coordinating fabrics from the Kayana Autumn collection 26” x 38” batting This makes a 24″ x 36″ quilted throw. cutting instructions Main fabric Cut one 12½” piece (D) (ensure this is cut from selvage to selvage) Cut one 6½” WOF strip subcut into six 6½” squares (C) (ensure the blocks are made with each distinctive colorway: one beige, two pink, one brown and two brown/black) Refer to photo below to see color blocks. Coordinating fabrics Cut one 2½” WOF strip from each coordinating fabric subcut into two 2½” x 6½” rectangles (A) and three 2½” squares (B) Refer to photo when cutting the six 6½” squares in each distinctive colorway. Come back tomorrow to see how to make the main block for this project. I’m sure once you start cutting the pieces, you’ll also fall in love with the beauty of the Kayana Autumn Collection by Banyan Batiks. This is part 1 of 5 in this series. Go to part 2: How to choose a quilt design for fabric too beautiful to cut into [shareaholic app=”follow_buttons” id=”23735596″] Print this page or save as a PDF 0qs280Banyan Batiksfabricsfree patternsKayanaquilts FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditWhatsappTelegramEmail Claire Haillot Claire Haillot shares her passion for quilting among her neighbors in the United States and Canada as well as her cousins in France. Claire has been active in the quilting industry since 2004. At first, she opened a quilt shop and started to teach, write how-to guides, and translate patterns and product information into French for American companies. In 2006, she started her own line of patterns and later began publishing patterns and articles in Canadian, European, and American magazines. You might have seen some of her work in Quilter’s World, Pratique du Patchwork or Canadian Quilter. She decided to close her brick & mortar quilt shop in 2016 to be able to concentrate more on teaching, writing, and creating. She collaborated with PlumEasy patterns to launch the Dancing Diamonds and Gem bag patterns. Claire has also won a few awards for her work: • Juror’s choice in Salon 2012 • Second Place in Vermont Quilt Festival of 2014 and 2016 • Second Place in Salon 2016 • Best of show at the Quilt Festival in Chicago and Houston 2018. previous post Banyan Batiks Kayana Autumn fabric steals the fall show next post How to choose a quilt design for fabric too beautiful to cut into YOU MAY ALSO LIKE... QUILTsocial Giveaway 288: Jungle Rose 12-Fat Quarter Fabric... Get your Banyan Batiks Baralla, we’re making a... QUILTsocial Giveaway 284: Baralla 12-Fat Quarter Fabric Bundle! 5 tips to create the best ever quilt... The secret to modern quilting using the straight... How a short stitch, in quilting, can save... How to choose a quilt design for fabric... Banyan Batiks Kayana Autumn fabric steals the fall... QUILTsocial Giveaway 280: Kayana 12-Fat Quarter Fabric Bundle! 4 comments Jenn Ward October 9, 2019 - 7:58 am Such great new fabrics Reply Claire Haillot October 11, 2019 - 10:38 pm Hi Jenn! YESSSS…. very nice to work with too! Reply Michelle M Harrison October 7, 2019 - 9:56 am I like the small prints on these batiks. Reply Claire Haillot October 7, 2019 - 7:44 pm Hi Michelle, Yes! They are definitely beautiful batiks. Enjoy! Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.