Color plays an important role in painting and art. Color also can be perceived through a wide array of different moods and emotions in different cultures.
Color theory is a key to new worlds for quilters. Two classes on color theory that you can take at your own pace will open up a whole new potential for your quilting.
A new Modern Quilters showcase where I present you Ally Ryde, Zafira Vaxevanidou, Augusto Garcia, and Emily Tindall. Enjoy their stories and amazing quilts.
Are you looking for color theory books to help you learn how to apply beautiful color techniques to your quilting practice? Check these books out for more information on color.
Quilting is a hobby that is best shared with others. Quilting contests are a great way to showcase your craft.
A new Modern Quilters showcase where I present you Arita Rai, Sofie Nix, Racini Andres, David Owen enjoy their stories and amazing quilts.
Learn about Josef Albers and his contributions to color theory and his legacy for the Bauhaus school.
The sky’s the limit when you make a composition with improv quilting. Let’s take a look at how you can make beautiful improv quilts.
Learn about color theory in the 20th century and how it can be used to influence your quilting projects.