Thursday, March 18, 2010

A good night's sleep fixes all

The row I am calling gold is reading brown to most of my readers.  I call the other row yellow and this one gold.  Kaffe's name is ocher for most of these prints.






Here are some more of the gold prints.  I will have a row of darker browns coming up soon.







Here is my "fixed" version.  I exchanged the red row with the gold row.  Then I took out the weak light row (mostly pink, see previous post) and I'm half way through moving the red and green rows over next to the light blues.

Some of you might remember that I write my post around midnight and set it to publish at 5 a.m. central US time.  So the previous post was where I ended last night and this post is where I am at 10:30 this morning.

8 comments:

Cheryl Arkison said...

Yup, an improvement. I suggested purple, and the row below is a periwinkle/purple on my computer. It does help.

LC said...

Getting the PC colors to match life is really difficult. This is because the web uses a limited palette. Your photo may look a lot better than what we see because of that limitation.

All that said, your layout is looking really wonderful! As usual!

Cathi said...

Wow -- what a difference! Watching you do this is like having a virtual colour theory class.

Jackie said...

Yes, it does make a difference. Beautiful!

Joyce said...

Those are such interesting fabrics when seen up close.

elle said...

8^) You do know what you are doing and it is so nice for us to see how things evolve.

Kristin said...

It's interesting to watch the progression on this. I love the quilt.

Kristin in SC

A Quilter Awakens said...

You're awesome!