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Kaffe Fassett, perhaps the most celebrated textile artist in the world today, is known above all for his mastery of color. In his first book collaboration with Brandon Mably, his studio design partner, Kaffe finds exciting inspiration in the textures, shapes, and patterns all around us--in nature and in everyday life--to create more than 35 vibrant, gorgeous knitting projects: scarves, sweaters, vests, pillows, afghans, all with the signature color flair that is the Kaffe Fassett trademark.
Kaffe Fassett has a tremendous following all over the world as the premier color knit/quilt/needlepoint designer. He has authored more than 30 books and his designs are instantly recognizable. A true pioneer, he was the first-ever living textile designer to have a show at the Victoria and Albert museum in London. Brandon Mably tours the world conducting classes and seminars on knitting and the use of color in fashion. He has authored numerous books, including Knitting Color.