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Show 103 - Visualizing Color!
Featuring: Joen Wolfrom
Posts On: April 23, 2007
Joen Wolfrom of JWD Publishing, color expert, author, quilter, and photographer shares her love of photography and how to use photo imagery for color inspiration in quilts. All quilters will find this unique approach to color selection valuable when it is time to select colors (and fabrics) for their quilts - regardless of the style of quilt. This show includes a piece (captured at Quilt Festival in Houston) featuring Ami Simms, who explains how she is using quilts to raise funds for Alzheimer's research. Also included is Gregory Case, The Quilt Show's Photo Man, giving tips on quilt photography.
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From Chapter One:
Alex and Ricky talk about the importance of photographs and show off some photos from their quilting experiences growing up. Ricky talks to Ami Simms about the Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative. Back in the studio, Alex and Ricky show some of the Alzheimer's Priority Quilts.
From Chapter Two:
Alex and Ricky talk with Joen Wolfrom.
From Chapter Three:
Ricky shares a tip on how to keep your bobbins from tangling up in your drawer by using 1/2 inch outside diameter vinyl tubing and cutting it to fit around your bobbin. Alex talks with Joen about how photographs influence her color choices when quilting. She calls it "visual coloring."
From Chapter Four:
Gregory Case joins Alex and Ricky on the set to talk about photographing quilts. Then, Joen shows off some of her quilts and takes questions from the audience.
Joen and Gregory stick around for a chat with Alex and Ricky to answer more questions from the audience. We finish the show with Alex and Ricky sharing the stories of how they both got started in quilting.
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