Play Crafts just launched an updated version of their Palette Builder tool. They have made it so simple to create color palettes and share them with just a few clicks. I love the flexibility of this tool. You can move the color pickers around to find just the right shade or tone.
I was making dinner the other night and I thought these juiced limes looked interesting. Later on, I uploaded it to the Palette Builder and came up with this color scheme.
|Rings of Saturn Palette|
I took this photograph of a roll of binding recently. The swirled shape was interesting, but it was the rings of color that I wanted to capture. There was no pink or navy in the actual fabric, but there are so many complimentary colors lurking in the shadows and highlights of a photograph. The navy and watermelon pink are great additions and would add a secret sparkle to a quilt top.
Palette Builder 2.0 by Play Crafts
Share your palettes and see others on the Play Crafts flickr page
FROM PLAY CRAFTS:
-There are even more features being built into the tool, but you can start using it now.
-It works with Chrome, Firefox and Safari
-If you're using IE, you need IE 10+
-It doesn't not work with mobile devices or iPads, yet (exciting!!)
I know Anne, Gillian and Jane from the South Bay MQG and they are passionate about building this tool for us to use. There is a feedback button in the tool and they want to hear all of your suggestions and questions. You can also email Anne directly, firstname.lastname@example.org.