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« When did my May calendar fill up with birthdays? | Main | Some dyes from the weekend »

May 08, 2010

Comments

Jackie

Love it in the Dahlia! Beautiful!

Tesla

This color scheme is just gorgeous! I love the way you used it in the quilt block. It proves that we should take our inspiration from nature more often.


Tany

Beautiful! Peacock feathers are long time favorites of mine. My mother had one and used as a reading marker... I remember stealing it whenever I could and mother being really upset because she would lose track of her reading!

*karendianne.

Whoa! Now that's GREAT indeed.

heckety

Aren't peacock feathers just UNREAL? A friend here has a peacock and I'm as bad as the children for following it arounf waiting to see the feathers all spread out- it neve ceases to stun me with its beauty!

Mary

The Adobe Ideas program that I'm using on the iPad to draw out my quilting designs also has a palette tool. I haven't used it for pulling fabrics for a quilt yet but I need to give that a try and see how I like it.

Have you used one for an actual quilt? I'd love the see the photo, the palette and the quilt if you have.

Marcia

The colors are wonderful, especially the blue. My peacock feathers appear to be a different collection of colors. Will need to study them to practice identifying those in the palette.

Dena

Great way to identify a color palette. Love how it looks in the Dahlia quilt. Are you using a specific program for this task?

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