Color Theory Made Easy Video Download

Learn simple techniques for using color theory and composition in your quilt projects and surface design.
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Discover simple techniques for using color theory and composition in your quilt projects and surface design!
Color is the gateway to your art. It defines the experience that the viewer has when they look closely at a piece. But color theory is a huge, often intimidating topic. In this Workshop, frequent Quilting Arts® Magazine contributor Lynn Krawczyk presents color theory in a series of easy-to-follow lessons. She applies paint to fabric using surface design techniques to help teach the principles of the color wheel; tint, tone, and shade; and combining colors in a single artwork. Lynn also explores the use of neutral color palettes and the way they harmonize with different color families. Each concept is demonstrated by repeating the same mini art sampler design to best illustrate how color affects a composition.
Is there anything more beautiful than color? It opens the door to endless design possibilities and truly makes your quilt art one-of-a-kind. Create and color freely with Lynn’s wealth of advice!


• 5½" x 5½" square of fabric for each screen print
• 7½" x 7½" square of fabric for each piece
• 8" x 8" square canvas (optional)
• Acrylic felt
• Mistyfuse®
• Jacquard® Textile Color fabric paint
• Jacquard Neopaque® fabric paint
• Gelli Arts™ Gel Printing Plate
• Catalyst™ Wedge #3 painting tool (by Princeton Artist Brush Co.)
• Paint in a bottle with a tip
• Thermofax® screen (I used my “Typewriter Love” screen, available at
• Screen printing paint
• Foam paintbrushes
• Craft glue
• Containers for mixing paint
• Color wheel

SKU: EP7429

Author/Speaker/Editor: Lynn Krawczyk

File/Trim Size: 2.77 GB

Format: Standard Definition Video

Runtime: 65 Minutes