Above, she describes using “tunnel vision” to select your colors. The gray, white and black samples (above) form a monochromatic color palate.
Mono – means single
Chroma – means color
Combining the two words means…a single color.
In the world of color, choosing to work within the confines of a single color is not limiting. Working with gray, a monochromatic color palate means any variation of gray – lighter or darker – works! This means we get to work with white all the way to black. And, all the stripes, dots, flowers and textures, too.
This was my first experience with “Monochromatic” quilting & with sampler blocks. I have to say…I love both! I could continue working within this theme to fill out the colors, but I might just use them as is. I haven’t decided yet.
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