I have been having so much fun with the Palette Builder 2.1 on Play Crafts. Having just finished and gifted my biggest work in progress quilt, I’m looking to start a new one (of course!). I’ve not yet created a quilt focused on a particular color palette, but I’m thinking it may be time to try one!
Check out some of the palettes the Play Crafts Palette Builder 2.1 has created from my photographs:
Can you tell I have spring on the mind? I love the earthy violets that came up on this palette (above). I also couldn’t resist making palettes out of some of the rich, vivid blue photographs from my knitting progress photo shoot.
The busy bee photo didn’t result in as blue-heavy a palette as I would have guessed, but I still like it. I might add a bit of yellow in to represent the bee.
I also love that the palette builder will give you the names of the Kona cottons that match your palette! Talk about making it easy on us quilters!
While visiting New Jersey, I caught up with some old friends. My friend Sara was showing me pictures of her Kitty Cat (I will be honored that she named her cat Kitty, which is also my name), and this picture of hers just screamed to be made into a color palette:
I was serious when I said I’ve been having a ton of fun! Here are some of the palettes I’ve been making from some of my old photographs:
Splash of summer!
I made quite a few palettes for the coast of Maine. For the first one, the palette builder originally chose colors Kona Mushroom and Charcoal to represent the blues, but since I think the blues of the gorgeous mussel shells should dominate more as blue, I moved the color dots around until they landed on Kona Steel and Nautical. This is a great feature of the palette builder; you can tweak your palette until you love it. I really like the resulting palette.
I love all of the coastal palettes, but I was really itching to see a bit of color. I love the effect the kayak has on this color palette:
Which palette is your favorite?