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This is a book all crafters should have on their bookshelf. If you have ever struggled with colour, and let's face it, most people do - let this book be your guide. It's for all levels of crafters from beginner to experienced and will no doubt improve your work as colour is often the key that holds a piece together. I like the spiral bound format - it lays flat whilst you experiment. You can conquer your fear fo colour with this brilliant book.-KarenPlatt.co.uk
Deb Menz is an accomplished artisan, teacher, and author. After graduating from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, she became intrigued and obsessed with color and fiber and chose to make the textile arts her profession. Her first book, Color in Spinning (Interweave Press, 1998), became a classic. She lives in Middleton, Wisconsin, with her husband and two teenage children.
A great book for any textile person who wants to know more about colours and how to mix them. It will take a long time for me to take it all in but it is still the sort of book... Read morePublished 13 months ago by denise
Great informative and easy to use book. Very helpful for working with colours throughout my patchwork or rug making projects.Published 14 months ago by pat Wilson
Even if you think you understand colour, this will give you more insights into it, and also provides useful pull out sheets to illustrate.Published on 30 Jan. 2013 by Sue