A Quilter's Guide to Creative Ideas for Color and Fabric

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Rodale Press, Incorporated, 1998 - Color in textile crafts - 122 pages
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Make stunning quilts -- in classic or modern fabric

One of the key design elements in quilt-making is the synchronicity between colors, patterns, and fabrics In this beautifully illustrated reference book from The Classic American Quilt Collection, readers will discover hundreds of secrets for creating spectacular heirloom quilts, including:
-- Lessons on understanding and using color and pattern effectively
-- Hundreds of full-color, how-to diagrams
-- Personal inventory sheets and project planners

Everything a quilter needs to know to create a classically beautiful quilt is detailed in this valuable reference tool.

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Color Contrast
Using Prints of Yesterday and Today
Planning Effective Quilt Color Schemes

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About the author (1998)

Susan McKelvey caught the quilting bug in 1977 in a quilting class in Greensboro, North Carolina. Although quilting was not a part of her family heritage, it has become a part of her children's lives - they grew up under her design and dewing tables. In 1984, Susan wrote her first quilt book, "Color for Quilters," and many have followed. Through her company, Wallflower Designs, she has produced many patterns and tools for quilters.

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