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by Ionne Mccauley,Sharon Pederson

eBook Color for the Terrified Quilter: Plain Talk, Simple Lessons, 11 Projects epub
  • ISBN: 1564777227
  • Author: Ionne Mccauley,Sharon Pederson
  • Genre: Hobbies
  • Subcategory: Crafts & Hobbies
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Martingale & Co Inc (February 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 96 pages
  • ePUB size: 1482 kb
  • FB2 size 1131 kb
  • Formats mobi mbr azw mobi


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In just twelve pages, McCauley and Pederson have created a very simple reference section for beginner quilters.

I must say that this section in this particular book is really very good and extremely thorough. Not only are the basics covered but there are a lot of very good hints and tips thrown in for good measure. In just twelve pages, McCauley and Pederson have created a very simple reference section for beginner quilters.

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Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding. Coins 00 Chapter 3: The Next-Door Neighbors 00 Exercise: Analogous Colors Mock-Up 00 Project?Twilight Zone 00 Project?Jumping in the Leaves 00 Chapter 4: The Family across the Road 00 Exercise: Complementary Colors Mock-Up 00 Project?Rose Window 00 Project?Look Both Ways 00 Chapter 5: A Fork in the Road 00 Let?s Talk about Yellow 00 Exercise

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ng Books & eBooks/Quilting Essentials/Color for the Terrified Quilter - Plain Talk, Simple Lessons, 11 Projects. 12 of 50. Color for the Terrified Quilter - Plain Talk, Simple Lessons, 11 Projects. by Ionne McCauley, Sharon Pederson. And this fun book will show you how! Find practical techniques and guidelines for making the perfect color choices in any quilt.

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book by Ionne Mccauley. Color choices don't have to be intuitive, instinctive, or inborn - there is a step-by-step way to choose color for quilts. Colour choices don't have to be intuitive, instinctive, or inborn - there is a step-by-step way to choose colour for quilts.

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Utilizes simple exercises, step-by-step instructions, practical tips, and eleven hands-on projects to introduce quilters to the principles of using the color wheel and offers guidelines on how to make innovative color selections for any quilt. Original.
Comments: (6)
Aria
Book arrived in a timely manner and in great shape. Very good explanations and examples of colors and color wheel options.
Jelar
Really helps you understand color placement.
Fhois
Helpful
Yananoc
This book did help some but I think that I need to have the interaction with a person. I can't get it all from a book.
Coron
I really wanted to have this help me learn to mix fabrics. It didn't help.
Cheber
The cover of this publication says it all. "Takes the mystery out of color" and it sure does that and a whole lot more.
Quilters in general are really good at what they do. They can piece with the sewing machine, and they can needle turn appliqué with expertise, and of course some can hand quilt like an angel. But interestingly, most quilters lack confidence in choosing their color schemes.

The authors Ionne McCauley and Sharon Pederson bring to this publication their combined experience of teaching and have carefully presented all the facets of color combinations and relationships that help when choosing colors.

Firstly they deal with subjects such as Color Families, the importance of Value, and Intensity and have developed some extremely helpful exercises to put into practice the information delivered in the publication.

After the initial introduction to color, the focus is then turned on the relationships between colors that are found on the color wheel, and again accompanied with fabulous exercises to fully understand the techniques being taught. It is from this point also that quilt projects complete with graphic diagrams and instructions are introduced to further the understanding and knowledge of quilting with color. The projects offered in this book are doable, and certainly achievable, not least because of the time the authors have taken to simplify the instructions, making each step clear and concise.

Most quilting books that I have reviewed have a section, usually found at the back of the book that gives details of the basics of patchwork and quilting. I must say that this section in this particular book is really very good and extremely thorough. Not only are the basics covered but there are a lot of very good hints and tips thrown in for good measure. In just twelve pages, McCauley and Pederson have created a very simple reference section for beginner quilters.

I received this complimentary publication to review from Martingale and Company, the people who publish That Patchwork Place. This is just another wonderful quilt book printed by Martingale and Company, that I can thoroughly recommend to quilters; whether beginners or further advanced, there's lots to learn in this book.
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