Colour Value with Dawn Cameron-Dick
Classes with Dawn Cameron-Dick • Educational, G, 01-Feb-2012
Taken from the much longer video workshop where Dawn talks about her Magma quilt in the background. This is a constructive little tip for helping you choose fabrics – deciding between value and color – and with the added help of the photocopier.
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