Sunday, March 1, 2015
1:00 - 4:00 pm at SEFAA
For most of us, color is 60% of the reason we buy a yarn. Combined with the glorious texture, color inspires us and delights us. Yet many are timid about using it, or lack confidence to use it to make their knitting “sing.” This workshop will address basic color theory, traditional color schemes that will always work, and a fool-proof method to break the tried-and-true rules of color combination.
Rebecca Ewing gives all her clients red briefs. Or blue. Or green or yellow. Combine over 30 years in interior design, her specialty in the psychology of color, 30 years of teaching, and more than 10 years forecasting trends, and you get a color diva who knows how to use it to make you feel good, look good, be good and do good. With randy wit and acute awareness of human foibles, she’ll take you way beyond the rainbow.
Where: SEFAA, 1705 Commerce DR NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
Fee: $15 – AKG Members, $20 – Non Members
Supplies: Bring plain paper, color pencils or markers, scissors, glue or tape, and 2-3 yards of different color yarns that you’re willing to cut up and share. You’ll go home with a number of combinations, and the nerve to use them.