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Collection: Synergy challenges
Featuring a newish release: 'An inky blue wash on the scales'. Thanks so much everyone for your faves, comments, purchases & project pictures - so much appreciated! All designs © Su Schaefer, All Rights Reserved
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Serene deco diamond fans in the 'Serenity' color scheme (Synergy Challenge Collection: Synergy0004). Line art. © Su Schaefer 2013
Serene deco diamond fans in the greens, soft brown and naples yellow of the 'Serenity' (Synergy0004 - see below) color scheme.
© Su Schaefer 2013
See my Synergy0004 design collection.
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This design is part of the the Synergy Challenge Collection: Synergy0004 (Serenity), 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 #4 uses the following colors and explores the concept of 'Serenity'.
Line art, basic repeat.
[Currently set @ Fabric: 388 (was & proofed @ 450) ppi, Wallpaper: 225, Gift wrap: 311 ppi]
art deco (3018),
su g (1089),
art deco diamond (11)
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But really I think your pattern has a three-ness to it vertically which you could use instead. Then each of the 3 central colours would repeat in the alternating stripe on a diamond orientation rather than forming its own zigzag. So many choices ...
Posted over 1 year ago.
Well, arguably the pale cyan blue belongs beyond the dark blue-green in rainbow order. So that would put it and the pale lime-green as the end colours which alternate in taking up the central role while the mid-green and dark green fit between them.
Yes - that's about what I was thinking... having another look, I'm not sure I like the dark green being so dominant either... I will have a play and see how it looks once the outlining is changed... this is a side benefit of seeing all your different explorations of the palettes!
As you said, you probably could make a difference to this by double (or gradient) edging it in the yellow and brown and shifting the pale green into the yellow's position to put the pale blue in as the last of those 4.
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