Episode 2010: Color and Value

Episode 2010 Description and Preview

Good design starts with simple concepts. Circles and ovals lend themselves to appliqué—by hand or machine—while straight lines are easy to piece. Complexity in design does not necessarily mean difficult piecing, as these projects demonstrate.

Projects Featured in this Episode: 

Quiltmaker Timna Tarr blends the fundamental concepts of color and value with reverse appliqué techniques to turn everyday items—like eggs or avocados—into art. This project is available as a free download to members of the Quilting Daily community. Click on the project image above to get your copy.

Working with precut strip packs, fiber artist Malka Dubrawsky uses solid fabrics and thoughtful design to create ombré effects on a quilt. This project is available as a free download to members of the Quilting Daily community. Click on the project image above to get your copy.

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