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Pastel Rainbow Batik Quilt Fat Quarter Bundle (30 piece). Artisan Batiks Pastel Petals by Lunn Studios, pale pastel rainbow fabric FQ bundle

Pastel Rainbow Batik Quilt Fat Quarter Bundle (30 piece). Artisan Batiks Pastel Petals by Lunn Studios, pale pastel rainbow fabric FQ bundle

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This lovely bundle of pastel batiks by Lunn Studios for Robert Kaufman is perfect for your spring and summer projects! With leaf, flower, and other botanical motifs, and in a rainbow range of colors including pink, yellow, green, blue, and purple, with a couple of soft neutral grays, this fabric line will absolutely make up the most gorgeous, soft quilt you can imagine.

Other items that are perfect Fat Quarter projects include:
**Quilt Coat (Now I'm absolutely DREAMING of making up a pastel batik quilted jacket for cool spring mornings!!!)
**Pot Holders
**Table Runner (an Easter table topper would be STUNNING in this line!)
**Place Mats
**Bowl cozies
**Zipper pouches
**Quick little quilted buckets/bowls
**and many other projects I haven't even thought of!

What's included:
One bundle of 30 Fat Quarters, each approx. 18 x 21 Inches. This comes out to 7-1/1 full yards of fabric! This bundle includes the full fabric line, one fat quarter from each fabric in the collection.

As always, I double wrap your package to help protect against weather damage in transit. I ship super fast: in most cases, I will get your fabric in the mail to you within 24 hours.
About Artisan Batiks: These one-of-a-kind Artisan Batiks are produced on the island of Java in Indonesia by skilled dye masters.

Each yard of these sumptuous fabrics is unique. The fabric is hand-stamped and then hand-painted multiple times, with many different pairs of hands working on every yard. Most of the work is done outside, so the weather greatly influences the results. Due to this specialized hand-process, there is a consistency to color and pattern, while maintaining subtle color variations that are so important to this traditional technique. Click here to view the collection.

Please Note: There are always slight variations from bolt to bolt and color to color that result from the interaction of the hand processes with nature. This is the beauty of batik.
About the designers: Renowned fiber artists Debra Lunn & Michael Mrowka (pronounced ma-ROOF-ka) of Lunn Studios proudly bring their stunning and acclaimed hand-dyed batiks to Robert Kaufman Company.

Quiltmakers, hand dyers and surface designers, the two have been producing fabrics for nearly 40 years.

Debra Lunn has been making quilts since 1963. While in graduate school in textile design in 1976 at the University of Minnesota, she began hand-dyeing fabrics for use in her own quilts.

Debra's quilt, Counterpoint, was the first and only piece in Quilt National '79 (the first exhibition) that was made of hand-dyed fabrics. Debra's personal art quilts which feature hand-dyed fabrics that are made at Lunn Fabrics have continued to be included in national and international juried and invitational exhibitions.

In 1988, Debra started hand-dyeing fabrics in gradations to sell to other quiltmakers.

In 1991, Debra met Michael Mrowka, and they joined together in the endeavor of Lunn Fabrics (and also as personal mates). Working together, Lunn Fabrics expanded to produce fabrics that are hand-dyed, hand-painted, airbrushed, hand-stamped, and screenprinted.

Michael, a sculptor, painter and a journeyman printer of 20 years (on paper), has streamlined production and invented new techniques and patterns.

In 1994, Debra and Michael began designing fabric for Robert Kaufman Company, which continued until 1998. They created innovative lines of fabric for commercial production, which include Pointillist Palette, Natural Creations, Vibrations, Prima Materia, Photo Real Clouds, DYE IT! and Precious Metals.

Debra and Michael are thrilled to have returned to Robert Kaufman to run the batik division, called Artisan Batiks.
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