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Painted Fabric

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Color Play for Quilters taught by Joen Wolfrom

Learn how prize-winning quilters and top fabric designers create beautiful color combinations, movement, depth and luminosity through fabric.

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Whimsical, Funky
Mindcolors on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Acrylic on cotton fabric. I used only the three primary colors-Cyan (turquoise), Magenta and Cadmium Yellow Medium.

Mindcolors on craftsy.com

Beautiful color blend. Fun addition of sea salt. Send a photo of your quilt that you use this as your featured fabric. Joen

02/11/2013 Flag

Thank you Joen, I am so excited to find you here on Craftsy! I am a life-long... And college educated artist. I must admit that when I saw you on an episode of a television quilting show; I had no idea about color!!! I simply could not figure out why other people liked my art and I was not pleased with most of it. Although beautiful, the color I had in my mind was not portrayed in my work. I was tought that the primary colors were yellow, red and blue... Your true color theory changed everything! Thank you so much! I will post my much anticipated quilt work :-) Rebecca

02/12/2013 Flag

Thanks, Rebecca. I really look forward to seeing your work. I know this color wheel changed my work too. I always felt the complements from the red, blue, and yellow wheel were rather garish or discordant. They didn't please me at all. I could never understand why until I was introduced to the color wheel based on the physics of light.....and nature. Talk later. Joen

02/16/2013 Flag

Wow I like this one even MORE!!!!!

07/05/2013 Flag

Fabulous!

09/26/2014 Flag