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Bargello Turquiose QUILT

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2014 Block of the Month: Craftsy Color Theory taught by Janine Burke and Amy Walsh

Conquer color theory in this FREE mini class sponsored by Michael Miller Fabrics. Choose and combine colors with confidence for harmonious blocks and eye-candy quilts.

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Category Quilting
Type Quilt
Style Traditional
Nonnie1988 on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Circa 2011 - - -THIS quilt was from my stash. It was a donation quilt for a friend who had breast cancer. I pulled all the fabrics I had that seemed to be bright and cheerful. I had also added various CANCER CURE fabrics that had been manufactured to raise money for cancer research by various fabric manufactures. I used the pink breast cancer fabrics I had collected and several CYAN Ovarian Cancer fabrics I also had been saving in my stash. I finally decided I needed to use them. The quilt was given to my friend in time for her chemo therapy. Currently she is in good health and has not had any other issues.

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I am again using Cyan and its complement YELLOW .. on some color wheels they are considered split complementary. I recently found out there are several different color wheels and it depends on which ones you use as to which colors are considered complementary.>>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Color_wheel > > >

02/15/2014 Flag

I think the cmyk color wheel is better for quilting. The rgb makes more sense for light.. spot lights, theatrical lighting etc.

03/17/2014 Flag

Love what you've done with squares! Gorgeous

04/07/2014 Flag