Tag Archives: Color Challenge

Is it in the paper or someone to help you tear it away?

As you may have read, my color challenge is also to use paper piecing.  It’s by far the most labor intensive quilt I’ve ever made, but as it goes together, the most rewarding! I’ve learned a lot about paper piecing. All … Continue reading

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How do you work out a quilt design?

A design wall is a great tool. I know I’ve talked about it before, but it bears repeating, especially in this stage of the quiltmaking process. I’m more visual, so seeing the colors together, rearranging them, switching out colors, and … Continue reading

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Are you color challenged?

I’ve been working on the guild color challenge that I blogged about last week, and auditioning my turquoise crayon with some of my fabrics. I am also remembering the best workshop I’ve  gone to on color—by Karen K. Stone. She … Continue reading

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Challenge yourself in 2011!

What is your comfy color? Do you gravitate towards any certain color or colors when choosing fabric? My favorite batik color is Hoffman 128 Midnight.  It makes other batiks sparkle and I have still, to find a color it doesn’t set off. … Continue reading

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