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luminosity, luster, color blending

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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
Seri on

gorgeous colours.I love all tree of your selections.

11/09/2012 Flag

thanks, I had fun doing it.

11/17/2012 Flag

Love these colors. Hasn't this class been fun?

11/09/2012 Flag

yes, I'm looking at color differently. :-)

11/17/2012 Flag

Looks great.

11/17/2012 Flag


11/17/2012 Flag

Seri, Youg group of fabrics for color blending is wonderful. My only precaution would be this: When using the fabric that is 7th from the left, you would omit any of the greenish area of the fabric, since the fabric on the right has no green in it. Don't include a color that either won't be in the mix or hasn't been introduced yet (fabric that is directly on one side or the other). With that in mind, you need to be careful with the third fabric from the right. Make certain when you introduce it, you are capturing enough of t he violet from the right-hand fabric and enough of the colors from the fabric on the left. It's jumping out at us, so that means it's you'll have to make some adjustments when you cut the fabric, so that you aren't introducing a new color (the aqua) before you are ready to do so. It's fun to do and there are so many options. Great job----just needs a few tweeks. Joen

01/19/2013 Flag

Hi Seri, The fabrics you chose for your luster's lightest value range are wonderful. The darkest ones are great too. As you can see, there is a big break between the light and first medium. In order to make the range visually fluid, you would need to find some to go in between these two strips. (I think that means more shopping, right?! Joen

01/19/2013 Flag