482 Constitution Way, Suite B-11, P.O. Box 1522, Idaho Falls, ID 83403

Demystifying Color

This class was taught at the 2016 Snake River Fiber Fair. This page is provided for informational purposes only.

Demystifying Color taught by Joan Contraman

Color is the most important element in any project you make, whether you are a weaver, a quilter, a knitter or a spinner. Poorly chosen colors can ruin your final project before you even begin This class will cover the basics including the definition of color terms, reviewing traditional color schemes. Learn how to determine what colors work best for you and creating your own personal color pallet. How to make your colors pop. Use of neutrals in your projects. Talk about the endless source materials to help you make up your own color schemes. Students will make at least two of their own color schemes during the class. A wonderful book list will be given to help students continue to explore the exciting world of color.

Joan will provide all the materials for the class.