(1 customer review)
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 9 : 9:00 AM CT (USA), 7:00 AM PT (USA), 10:00 AM ET (USA), Montreal & Toronto 10:00 hrs AM, London 15:00 hrs PM, 17:00 HRS South Africa.
Price : U$60
Duration: 5 hours.
Zoom: once you pay, you will receive a material list and the zoom link for the workshop.
Join me in this new class, where I’m going to teach my process to create a “Watercolor Quilt”. First we start learning about Color Theory , the chromatic circle and the 3 variables of color. I will guide you throughout the process of choosing fabrics, to create a beautiful transition with colors (like when we paint with watercolors!)
I will teach you the process, step by step, to create a “watercolor quilt”. You can be sure that this complete course will provide you with new techniques and color theory knowledge that will allows you to feel confident designing, cutting and sewing in an improvisational way, but with some rules to create beautiful movement in your quilts.
What you will need:
Good internet access. Have the Zoom app installed on your phone or iPad or computer. All levels. Sewing machine.

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1 review for “Watercolor Quilt, ONLINE LIVE CLASS, NOVEMBER 9”

  1. Suzy Phillips

    This is the third live online workshop I’ve taken with Carolina (found the first through my quilt guild). She never disappoints and I think this is my favorite class yet. Carolina is a terrific teacher, but what I really value about her workshops – especially this one – is the grounding she provides first in color theory and then in technique. She explains, then illustrates and finally demonstrates, to make sure the lesson is understood. She breaks the complicated-looking process down into easily-understandable pieces and then shows how things go together (not always the way you’d think), resulting in gorgeous quilts. She explains and demonstrates how components can be seamed and ideas for making little tweaks when the work on the design wall isn’t quite what you expect or want. By teaching theory and technique, Carolina sets her students up to create on their own, not just replicate a pattern.

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