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I have all of Joen Wolfrom's quilt books.
Much of her reference is the color combinations we see in nature and nature's spectacular use of analagous, complementary and split complementary color schemes.
I recommend this book to any beginner, intermediate or advanced quilter OR anyone who wants to learn basic color theory!
Great book on helping one who has only been quilting for a short 4 years! This book gives me the information to try my own fabric combo's instead of relying on quilt... Read morePublished 1 month ago by JoAnn Sapp
I'm learning to reach out further to blend value, color and shades. Why can't brief messages be all that is needed.Published 6 months ago by Fran
My quilts will never be the same. WELL written with great quilts shown as examples of each concept. For the fine arts trained or the casual quilter, all will gain understanding of... Read morePublished 7 months ago by K. Alexander
Love this book. I used it as my primary resource to teach a class on choosing fabrics for your quilt. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Lisa
I've always had difficulty putting colors together in quilts and decorating without tending either toward the bland or the outrageous. Read morePublished 11 months ago by regularshopper
I'm excited that I got this book, I'm signed up for a class with Joan Wolfrom in Sept.
This will get me started.
It is a great little book. As a person with no real art background it is very helpful in understanding how and why color combinations work in quilting.Published 14 months ago by Pam