Improv With Colour
Saturday, 23 Jan 2021
About the Class
Adopt a keen eye for colour as you make a modern, minimally designed quilt, improv style. It’s a no-fuss, no-waste style of patchwork that uses bands of scrap fabric in a clean, geometric layout without any measurements.
Sewing machine & matching thread.
Rotary cutter, Quilting ruler, Cutting mat.
Pins, Scissors, Iron, Ironing board.
Batting and fabric for backing & binding.
Needle and thread for hand sewing.
Mood board - put together a colour palette or find an image/photograph with colours that you love and are pleasing to the eye. This palette will be your guide to putting fabrics together in interesting ways.
Cloth scraps/fabrics - in the same colourway as your palette in cotton/ silk/ linen. Since colour will be a guiding factor in the design of your mini-quilt, avoid large, bold prints and motifs. Solids will work well for our purpose.
About the Tutor
Kamala Murali is a textile designer based in Chennai, India. She is the founder of Kambli, an independent design studio that explores the potential of surplus and remnant textiles in a contemporary context. She designs textiles for the modern home inspired by traditional techniques of patchwork, quilting, appliqué and hand embroidery. Her quilts have won awards in Quilt shows
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In case you registered for a session but missed it, don't worry! A recording of the session (except lectures and trunk show) will be made available to you a few days after the session till 28th Feb 2021.