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This design belongs to the Synergy Challenge Collection: Synergy0002 (Apple), and coordinates with other designs in the project. You may sell anything you produce using fabric purchased from the collection. Learn more about this project at The Synergy Challenge Project Collection #2 uses the colors #CE2E16(apple red), #FDECBE (pale cream), #BAC43F(very light green), #6E961C (light green),#9D6219 (a medium brown), black, and white, and relates to apples.
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8 inch swatch on basic combed cotton.
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Yin Yang Apples :
Posted about 3 years ago.
Thank you, Pamela! I loved the secondary designs that magically appeared.
I've only started using gradients thanks to Sef's shining example. Another tool in my design kit is always good.
Posted over 3 years ago.
I think this is my favorite arrangement for the Yin Yang Apples. I like the contact of the circles - it breaks up the brown background. Very pretty gradients.
Thank you, Kelly. Yes, I did think about separating the motifs with more of a frame and putting that up as a variant. I'll probably do that today- been sewing teddy bears. :^)
Thank you, Lisa! I think it'd make a great apron.
Thank you, Marta!
Thank you, Andrea! The apples do look edible!
Thank you, Sue! I was experimenting with all sorts of things on this, and then had a further happy
surprise when I tried it in mirror arrangement and all the extra internal patterns emerged.
Apple magic! I've almost got a collection full for swatching-I may not wait for the Spoondollars to catch up with me. :^)
ooh, the apples look great - and the circle around them too - I love the gradients you've used and the similarities/differences between the two apples. <P> Have you thought about a version with just a little more brown space between the circles, as a sort of frame/mat for the picture? And/or a different arrangement of the apples? I feel like the yin/yang thing you have going (which I really like in the individual circle) is a bit diminished by the mirroring. The FQ and yard views become an overall mirrored pattern which is neat in its own right, but I would love another arrangement that preserved more of the yin/yang coolness of the individual circle!
Very, very pretty! Yes, this would make a lovely tablecloth, or runner, or dishtowels, pretty much anything relating to cooking and eating! (How about an apron printed out on cotton/linen?)
great artwork, looks fantastic!
Just stunning. I'm ready to take a bite out of it right now.
I saw this one out of the corner of my eye, where it appeared on your icon, and I had to see more! I *love* the way you've used the colors for this design! The light outline beautifully accentuates the "shiny' gradients, and the brown is a lovely, gentle dark. The bits of red in the green apple and of green in the red apple is so Yin/Yang. I really like the patterns formed by the arrangement of the motifs, as seen in the FQ & yard views ... the stripes and diamonds. I may have to get this one for a Thanksgiving tablecloth!
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