Joen Wolfrom has been fascinated with and studied the magic of color for over four decades. Armed with this knowledge, she lets you in on the secrets of how color works and why some don’t seem to play well with others. Joen also shares tips for using color to create depth in your landscape work.
Then, April Sproule shares ideas for reinventing clothing that is ‘so last decade’ into stunning pieces of wearable art using stenciling and embellishment. It will have you look at your old wardrobe in a whole new light.
Joen Wolfrom takes the mystery out of using the Color Wheel. She demonstrates how it does all of the work for you when determining your color plan.
Joen explains why so many quilters find that, "My brown fabrics don’t play well together." She also shares her quilts and discusses how her color plans are represented in each.
Joen shares images of landscapes to see how one can create depth and layers of color when using fabric. Using these principles can help you to create levels of color in your work.
April Sproule shares tips and ideas for giving new life to your ‘so last decade’ garments. She turns them into new one-of-a-kind wearable art through the use of painted stenciling and hand embroidery.
Joen talks about the photography class she says changed her life and her love of music.
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