Color Play

Color Play

Easy Steps to Imaginative Color in Quilts

Book - 2000
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An exploration of selecting and using colour in quiltmaking. The chapters discuss 14 colours, their characteristics, and the combinations that make them look good in a quilt design. Sample fabric arrangements are provided to make colour concepts easy to understand. Joen Wolfrom explores colour scales - the variations of pure colour, tints, shades and tones - and how they affect the mood of a quilt. She discusses the illusions you can create using colour, such as highlights, shadows, depth, transparency, and more. There is also a gallery of over 70 quilts illustrating her techniques for choosing colours.
Publisher: Lafayette, Calif. : C&T Pub., c2000.
ISBN: 9781571201058
Characteristics: 144 p. :,col. ill. :,28 cm.


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