You’re standing in front of the cutting table at your favorite quilt shop with at least 20 bolts of fabric. You’re planning a quilt for a wedding/baby/birthday…you get the idea. But you’ve come prepared this time, red glasses in hand, one eye squinty, and your best quilty friend to keep you in check. After what seems like years of searching, (although it’s only been an hour, and you’re actually just Hangry) you buy twice as much as you need, and hope you don’t change your mind.
I have news…
WE HAVE ALL BEEN THERE.
Even the most put together quilter you know, who does things with color and pattern that you can’t even imagine has been there.
What does all of this have to do with Quilt-Pro, you ask?
Today I’m going to show you one of the great features that everyone can use in QP. Auditioning fabrics and colors within your quilt patterns is easy with Quilt-Pro!
Let’s explore how many different blocks we can create, all without changing anything—it’s all in the coloring! Using the paint tools in Quilt-Pro, you can try out different colors and fabrics and create new looks just by recoloring the patches in the block.
We are using the Block of the Day from July, 31st, Campfire.
The original coloring
All these variations took me about 5 minutes to make, and what I’ve shown here is just scratching the surface of Color Auditioning.
If you would like to learn more about Quilt-Pro’s color and fabric libraries and how you can use them in your next project, click here.