You might remember that I spent some time in San Francisco back in January filming new classes with my friends at Creativebug. We were incredibly busy that week, and I was in their studios for five full days of filming. And now my first new class is ready to go! It's my Color Theory for Modern Quilters, and you can check it out on Creativebug here.
In the class, I cover the basics of color theory, how they relate to both solid and printed fabrics, and ways to create your own unique color stories using objects and ephemera that you're inspired by. And of course, no class on color theory would be complete without talking about Josef Albers and his "Interaction of Color," so I spend a bit of time talking about him as well. While the course is meant for quilters, I think it would also quite useful for anyone who would like to learn more about color. Here are a couple of the palettes that I came up with by using some of my paint chips and vintage sewing notions, combined with my friend Courtney's super cool ephemera.
And the best part of all is that Creativebug just reduced their subscription rate to $4.95 a month! For the price of a latte, you can watch this class and all of the amazing courses that are currently offered on the site. What a bargain!