For makers like Timna Tarr, the use of color is an intuitive process. They may train in art or graphic design but their underlying sense of color is innate. I remember coming across these two quilts by Timna:
I could tell there was a story behind her quilts. Little did I know we shared a history of growing up in a family of quilters… yet not learning how to quilt until we were older or that we both love maps and figuring out how things go together. Living in Massachusetts, Timna is a quilter, teacher, speaker and long arm quilter. It was fun to learn about how she plans (or doesn’t!) the colors of her quilts, how her art degree helps her quilting, her thoughts on art versus craft and so much more. I hope you enjoy the episode.
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