Sunday, February 5, 2012

Thanks, MQG!

My tutorial on how to choose solid fabrics for quilting by using paint chips was featured on The Modern Quilt Guild's blog today as part of their 100 Days of Modern Quilting Series. How fun! I love this tutorial, because even if you have a color card of fabric swatches, sometimes it's hard to tell how two or more colors will look together. But with my tutorial and a few matching paint chips from your local hardware store, it's really easy! Thanks to The Modern Quilt Guild for featuring my work again!


In Black and White said...

I do love that post! I keep hoping someone is going to do the work for me and assign paint chips to the whole kona color card (ok, so actually its cos I'm so broke I don't want to spend any of my meager fabric budget on buying a card myself... ;-) but I think I'm going to have to cave and order one, and get myself down to Home Depot. Such a great idea.

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