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Color Theory



Get ready to play and learn how to create the most stunning color palettes. Through this color theory class we will explore the color wheel and how colors work together. We will walk through methods to use when you are in need of a new color scheme for your next project. Once we decide on the palette we will then learn how to select fabrics for a pot holder that we will create in class. 
Skill Level:
beginner
Skill Details:
Confident Beginner
Materials Included:
pocket color wheel, color chips, materials for completing pot holder
Requirements:
Sewing machine in good working order, neutral thread, basic sewing supplies
Instructor Name:
Chelsey Schweitzer
Instructor Bio:
Chelsey learned to sew when she was 13 from a 93 year old seamstress and instantly fell in love with creating all things beautiful. She studied apparel design at the Illinois Institute of Art Chicago and worked in the corporate world designing apparel for a major retailer. While doing something she desired for so long was such a wonderful opportunity, she knew her passions lie behind the machine and doing other creative hobbies. She now is blessed to be a stay at home mom to her 3 young children in Greenville and finds time to create during every nap and bedtime. As a teacher Chelsey strives to share her love for color and feminine prints and to make others feel comfortable to create. Her favorite fabrics are mostly Tula Pink but she doesn't limit herself to one collection.

Color Theory

Cost:
$ 45.00
pocket color wheel, color chips, materials for completing pot holder