A Quilter’s Guide to Color, Value and Print Scale with Barbara “B” Cain
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Class Title: A Quilter’s Guide to Color, Value and Print Scale
Teacher Name: Barbara “B” Cain
Class Length: Two hours
Class Fee: $30.00
Class Day/Time: Sunday, 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Have you ever asked:
– What is wrong with my quilt?
– Why didn’t my quilt turn out like I expected?
– What is it about that other quilt that I like so much?
– Why do some quilts look great and others fall flat?
Chances are that the answers to these questions have something to do with the quilt’s color, value and/or print scale. During this presentation, we will gain an understanding of these three crucial aspects of quilting and we will learn how to use this understanding to our advantage! We will examine both good and bad examples of color, value and pattern scale and learn how they pertain to quilting. We will practice what we have learned with a fun coloring exercise and we will challenge ourselves to make effective schemes even when making blind color selections.
Level: This class is appropriate for all skill levels, ages 10 years and up.
Registration necessary, class size limited to 25
Supplies Needed: All supplies will be provided
Materials Fee: $12.00, payable to teacher in class
A 3.00 electronic administrative fee will be added for all online registration transactions.
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