I’ve sent out the first files to the tester group so they’re gathering their fabrics. They’ll get cutting instructions Friday and after I get feedback on the amount of fabric they used, I’ll post yardage requirements here for you.
While I was getting that first file ready, I decided to play with some other colors in the palette. Here are some of the ideas I came up with. Keep in mind that I am not a professionally trained artist. I just do what I like, what feels right, and what I think compliments each other.
Since we’re talking about color palettes, did you know there are several sites on the net where you can find beautiful palettes already worked up? I’m going to share some of them so you can take a look. The first one is for a site where you can get a color palette from a picture. How much fun is that!
Want to get dizzy? Try this Google search page
Here’s basic info on how to use a color wheel.
And a few more color palette generator sites:
I really like this one: Color Hunter
I can just see those luscious colors in a quilt!
You probably won’t be able to get any more work done today now that I’ve stimulated your brain cells too much! But—do yourself a favor and check out some of these sites. They are amazing inspirational tools for quilters.