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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, Whimsical, Classic
KChristine on

What materials did you use? cotton batiks

KChristine on

Wowwers! What a gorgeous example of what can be done with attention to color theory!

06/06/2014 Flag

Beautiful color choices

06/23/2014 Flag

Did u get the pattern on Craftsy?

06/23/2014 Flag

no, it's a traditional Storm at Sea pattern. I made the pattern myself by looking at Storm at Sea quilts on line (google Storm at Sea quilt). most of these that you'll see are blue and white. I substituted "warm" and "cool" colors for blue and white, using as many of each that I had in my stash of batiks.

06/27/2014 Flag

to get the sharp points, I made paper piece patterns out of freezer paper (see Ann Petersen's Playing with Curves course for how to do this without having to rip the paper off the back)

06/27/2014 Flag

Thanks, awesome quilt.

07/04/2014 Flag

Wow!! This is absolutely gorgeous!!! Beautiful work.

07/16/2014 Flag