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A Knitter's Guide to Color with Laura Bryant (Video Download)

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Bring excitement to your knitwear with COLOR! With the help of color expert and knitwear designer Laura Bryant, you’ll learn about color from an artist’s perspective and begin a journey that will open your eyes and enrich your knitting.

With A Knitter’s Guide to Color with Laura Bryant, color effects are presented in tangible and visual terms that illustrate how colors behave and our perceptions of them. With Laura’s help, you’ll train your eye to develop your own sensibilities. A new way of sorting color and seeing relationships becomes the basis for exploring color through several simple, yet clever, knitting techniques.

With A Knitter’s Guide to Color with Laura Bryant, you’ll learn:
• How to make color stories with a knowledge of color values and weights
• How to recognize color relationships and interactions
• How to design your knitwear using color for more visual impact
• And more!

Explore Laura’s favorite axiom:
You don’t get WOW by doing the expected!

Plus, A Knitter’s Guide to Color with Laura Bryant includes an explanation of the Fibonacci number sequence related to color and a free pattern for the shawl shown on this video.

SKU: EP2773

Author/Speaker/Editor: Laura Bryant

Format: Standard Definition Video

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SKU: EP2773

Author/Speaker/Editor: Laura Bryant

Format: Standard Definition Video

Customer Reviews

Best video on colour work Review by Jill
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This is my favorite Video Download of all. ( and I have many )
I can use the colour wheel theory. But I like this better, because, what many of us knitters ,crochet or textile artist have, is a large stash of yarn which is all the colours of the rainbow. in all the tints,shades and tones.
What Laura teaches you is, how to use all or any combination of those colours in one project, and still look beautiful. You will have the skill for using colour for the rest of your life.
I have had a lot of success with my crochet,knitting and bead work since I first watched the Video. I have watched the video again and again for pleasure and learnt even more each time.

(Posted on 8/29/2014)

(Posted on 8/29/2014)

Clear guidance, excellent demonstration Review by Amy
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Laura Bryant does a remarkable job in teaching color combination for a wide range of effects. The DVD was so engaging, I bought a set of Color Aid cards to work on recognizing color relationships so I can be more successful in combining yarn colors. Another reviewer thought no knitted garments were used as demos, but many were knit, with techniques demonstrated on Knitting Daily TV episodes. Ms Bryant's teaching method seems to be accessible to a broad range of artistic/fiber aficionados, from beginner to experienced. I love this DVD--even tell my fiber friends that I "took a color class with Laura Bryant, so I've learned a little more about color." ;-)

(Posted on 7/12/2014)

(Posted on 7/12/2014)

Good info, no knitting Review by Maurette Foster

Good info, well presented. She sorts a stash of yarn, as promised in the preview, and teaches you how to do it. Only complaint is that there were no knit examples, only woven examples. I would like to see how she moved from a yarn wrap to a knitted piece. Definitely recommend it.

(Posted on 4/11/2011)

(Posted on 4/11/2011)

A Knitter's Guide to Color with Laura Bryant (Download) Review by Roberta Cook

Laura's explanations and demonstrations of colour grading and how colours can alter depending on what they are placed with are fantastic. She has an enthusiastic and easy-to-listen-to delivery. After years of trying, this video has broken through the barriers and I feel I've finally got the concept and can see that the knowledge will help me with my watercolour attempts as well as knitting and felting. I bypassed the Guide when it was a postage-only DVD. Thank you Interweave for making it downloadable.

(Posted on 3/13/2011)

(Posted on 3/13/2011)