Creative Quilt Coloring (Volume 1)
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What can you do with this book? While you’re having fun interpreting these designs and coloring, don’t forget to think about formulating your own unique patterns. You can produce multiple looks by simply changing color selections. You can: - Choose to fill in with solid colors, either bold or muted tones. You might try shading solid colors to enhance certain areas. = Add floral, geometric, or other patterns—the choice is yours. - Add embellishments using any drawing technique you like. - Try different mediums, such as crayons, colored pencils, markers, gel pens, and so on. Be careful when choosing which medium to use. With certain media, the color will bleed through the page. Remember to insert a blank page under your creation, or better yet, place a piece of card stock behind the page you are coloring. This prevents color bleeds from leaking onto nearby pages. Creative Quilt Coloring has something for everyone. For example, some patterns have large spaces to fill while other patterns are more complex. On the reverse side of each page, you’ll find a lighter version of the quilt block for you to keep as a reference. I’ve also included individual squares colored in grayscale so you can visualize the overall pattern using implied coloring tones. The fun starts when you add your own colorful interpretations to the block patterns. Your creation might be so impressive that you may want to convert your design into an actual quilt made with fabric. For now, let’s forget about sewing machines, fabrics, threads, needles, and pins. Find a well-lit space where you can cozy up with your favorite set of pens, pencils, paints, or crayons, and this coloring book. I’ve given you a choice of 60 patterns—30 vintage and 30 fresh variations. It’s time to de-stress and start coloring your cares away!