Pat Sloan's Take the Fear Out of Color

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Leisure Arts, 2007 - Crafts & Hobbies - 95 pages
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In this edition of Pat Sloan's School House series, you'll gain the know-how to comfortably create colorful quilts without stressing over your fabric choices! Believing that a stunning piece of fabric is art in itself, Pat walks you through the design process to show how you can boldly use color in fabric to paint fabulous quilts.

Chapters include Everyone Can Make Great Color Choices; How to Find Your Personal Color Style; So, What Color Do I Make My Quilt?; and Selecting Fabric for Your Quilt. Projects include 7 quilts, each shown in multiple colorways: Love That Print, Whig Rose, Basket Sampler, Courthouse Steps, Double Nine Dominos, Antique Fern, and Summer Rental.

Pat Sloan's Take the Fear Out of Color (Leisure Arts #4286)

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I liked this book, because: 1. she had the same quilt pattern made in different fabrics 2. she didn't talk much about value 3. she didn't bad mouth other ways of choosing color 4. she encouraged the reader to start with colors that s/he likes 5. she uses an inspiration notebook to start. Read full review

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You'll never meet a more devoted fan of the quilting arts than Pat Sloan! When she isn't designing fabric, writing quilt books, teaching quilt techniques, or developing patterns, she draws on her background as a computer programmer to maintain her popular website and blog at Pat's joyful approach to quilting seems to be contagious, because Sloanies (as Pat's devoted fans call themselves) love to keep up with their favorite designer while she pursues the quilting life with a passi

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