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Rose blocks (Visual Coloring)

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Camera Canon Canon PowerShot G3
Exposure Time 1/60
F-Stop 2.5

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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 Functional
Style Traditional
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Thanks for your comments, Joen! I did actually have several of the pinks from the photo picked out at first, and another green, but just felt that the pinks didn't seem comfortable together when represented in the fabrics, even though they look fine together in the photo. I'm not sure exactly why. Anyway, I think I will call this project "good" for now rather than expanding it into a larger project. I've currently started on a larger block using colors from a different photo that I posted on one of your class pages, and I really like how it is going . . . I'll be sure to post photos when it is finished! :)

02/13/2014 Flag

Joen mentioned pulling out the "supporting colors" in the photo, but my untrained eye was having a hard time discriminating those. So, using Microsoft Publisher, I filled a page full of little squares and used the "Fill Color" eyedropper to pull different colors from the photo. I learned a lot from doing this! When I had completed the image, I also used the "Print Preview," set to grayscale, to help me determine which colors were light and dark . . . another thing that I have trouble with. Now if I could just figure out how to delete the extra images, since I accidentally uploaded four copies of it! :(

09/03/2014 Flag

Ah . . . figured it out! I have to use Explorer rather than Chrome in order to access the delete options.

09/03/2014 Flag

Anyway, my eye was seeing salmon tones that simply aren't there . . . and I was not seeing the more mauve tones that clearly are there!

09/03/2014 Flag

I think it would be fun to make a Carolina Lily quilt using these colors. Maybe someday! :)

09/03/2014 Flag