Quilters' Color Therapy, The Use of Color Psychology in Quilting is an informative Block of the Month Pattern Booklet by Lisa W. Norton and Lora W. Zmak of Material Girlfriends. Color Psychology is the study of color’s impact on human behavior. Color and its effects on the brain, and on an individual’s behavior, have been studied for years by various groups from scientists to marketers. Your personal feelings of color are rooted deeply in your upbringing, experiences, culture, age, gender, and situational factors. The meanings of colors are going to fluctuate and change as you do. With this booklet, learn to use Color Psychology purposefully to help you feel and express your emotions through color and quilting. Follow the 12 monthly sessions to create an 87in x 87in colorful quilt. Each monthly session includes a lesson on a color plus an optional Color project. These mini projects are for digging deeper into color therapy and encouraging quilters to develop self-care through personal small projects.
Printed Paper Pattern
Final Product: Quilt
Finished Size: 87in x 87in
Technique: Standard Machine Sewing
Skill Level: Confident Beginner