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Teaching Color Theory Through Fiber Arts, Quilting and the Computer

Author
  • Vincent Quevedo (University of Nebraska)

Abstract

In three weeks, freshman level students from four disciplines were given several tasks to acquire the skills and knowledge to create colors to match a given set of color chips. Given the basic rules and principles of color matching, students were then required to create a 2-dimensional composition on unbleached muslin measuring 9" x 9" using dyes and paints through stenciling, painting, tie dyeing, and stamping.

How to Cite:

Quevedo, V., (1998) “Teaching Color Theory Through Fiber Arts, Quilting and the Computer”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 1999(1).

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Published on
31 Dec 1998
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