In my last post, I showed you a quilt using an irregular layout, some pieced blocks, and some flower applique blocks. The colors were pretty ho-hum, though.
By waving the "magic wand", I looked at a LOT of color options . . . changes in hue, intensity, tint, etc. Here are just some that caught my eye (keeping in mind that my eye tends to be a bit - er - strange!):
Wouldn't this be pretty in a Princess bedroom?
. . . or perhaps you prefer Goth.
Oh! We lost a color in the background! In fact, I found myself with an all-white quilt by the time I finished!
Did you notice how the appliques all changed colors, too? With this last one, I asked the program to map colors to the fabrics in my worktable. I kind of like this one myself. Although the fabrics are more pastel than what I usually work with, the flower colors are unusual (blue leaves? I guess so!) and have just enough brightness to satisfy my color craving.
Alas, I am not skilled in applique, and I suspect that long off-grain seam would completely defeat me! This one will probably remain virtual!