5910 Duraleigh Road Suite 139
Raleigh, North Carolina 27612

Monday-Friday 10-5
Tuesday 10-6
Saturday 10-3 & Sunday Closed


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Deadline has changed: Please register by February 12, 2018 if you want to participate in the 2018 Mystery Quilt. Starts March 2018!

Notice: Light and Dark colors have been sold out but they just released a new one called pastels. I think it will be a medium based on the collection.

The program will run for 10 months (March 2018 - December 2018)

  • Final quilt size 82-1/2" x 82-1/2"
  • One color options: Pastel
  • Skill level, beginner to intermediate
  • Pattern and fabrics designed by the Kaffe Fassett Collective
  • All fabric for quilt top included, excludes backing
  • Includes a freebie 10pc Mystery Kaffe Fat Quarter bundle and binding - just as a thank you for playing in the Mystery Quilt program! 
  • Registration $ 99.00 US
  • Monthly only $ 10.00
  • Shipping by USPS Priority Mail is extra per month ($ 14.80 first month and $ 7.20 for 9 months). Note: If USPS prices increase so will the shipping fees.

Terms and Conditions

We reserve the right to cancel the program in the event that the supplier changes the information that this program has been based on. If that should happen (and we don't think it will) we will refund the registration fees to all. By registering, you agree that you are interested in the program and plan to participate. If you decide at a later date to cancel, the registration fee is non refundable.

Monthly fees will be collected by subscription for 10 months and you will be billed automatically on your card. You will get an email requesting your info on that in the new year.



Kaffe ventured into the world of colorful yarn on a visit to a Scottish wool mill with fashion designer Bill Gibb. Inspired by the colors in the landscape, Kaffe was thrilled to find the same colors in yarns. He bought 20 colors of Shetland wool and some knitting needles, and on the train back to London a fellow passenger taught him how to knit. His first design appeared as a full page spread in Vogue Knitting magazine.


Since 1981, Kaffe has worked closely with Rowan Yarns in Yorkshire, whose insight into fashion and color perfectly complements Kaffe's skill. Together, they have produced ambitious designer patterns to inspire hand knitters all over the world. He contributes to the bi-annual Rowan magazine, which is marketed worldwide. A large part of Kaffe's output is now an expanding range of fabric prints for the patchwork market along with the Indian stripes fabric and shot cotton fabric range distributed worldwide by Rowan fabrics.


In 2013, Kaffe was awarded the Turner Medal, presented by the Color Group (Great Britain) to a distinguished artist or art historian to honor Britain's greatest colorist. Kaffe also has authored numerous patchwork and quilting books.