Here in my studio, having no table space with beautiful piles of wool covering them is not a bad thing. In fact it can be a very inspiring thing for me as a fiber artist. I thought that I would share with you my process Continue reading
In my last post I was showing you my new wool packets. They have been decorating my studio, adding a burst of color wherever they are. But I am mailing them away and so today is a day to dye more colorful wool. Continue reading
I am restocking the Interior Design Color Wheel in my Etsy shop, and am taking pre-orders for it now. Continue reading
Many variations of a color hook into a beautiful background. Mix similar colors up as you hook, Continue reading
The beauty of color is chiefly recognized by comparison.
By comparison we can see that one blue may be bluer than another, one is perhaps greener, one might be more muted. One blue by itself can only say so much.
Red looks so lovely as it relates to the color aqua. It just so happens that I have a lot of little red things that I have collected over time. Continue reading
One thing that I have learned about color, is that it is much like drinking tea. I used to think that I didn’t like camomile tea or green tea as they were too strong and astringent for my tastes. And … Continue reading
If you get a chance to go to the bookstore, I suggest you peruse these books. I have really enjoyed both of them. Here are a couple of my favorite pages from Fifi O’Neill’s book, Romantic Prairie Style:
I was blown away with this color combination. First there are the soft, dusty aqua walls with the antique red curtains, chandelier, and natural wood furnishings. But then she tosses this vintage sapphire blue cloth across the table. I would have never thought this color would enhance everything as it does! Amazing!
Let color inspire you today ~ Karen
I am enjoying a colorful day of blending wool fibers for a crochet project. Continue reading
Many times as I am creating, color mesmerizes me, and I get locked into a color daydream. Continue reading