Saturday, May 12, 2012

Value and Color quilting class

Quilt makers—especially those who adore scrappy quilts—have a saying that goes, "Any color will work as long as the value is correct." My Bright Lights, City Nights quilt class, taking place Friday, May 18, offers students a lesson on color and value, along with a fabric scrap exchange opportunity and instructions for making this great scrappy quilt.
Bright Lights, City Nights
quilting class
Value, along with line, shape, texture and color are the elements of design. Value also affects contrast, unity and repetition and can provide sparkle, drama, depth and interest to your quilts.

For quilters who want to explore color and value in their quilt making, making a scrappy quilt provides numerous opportunities. Come and experience the play between these two design elements—color and value—and create this quilt in a wall, throw or bed size.

Limited seating is still available. Contact Chattanooga Sewing at 899-3664 to reserve a space.
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