ROY G. BIV
RED ORANGE YELLOW GREEN BLUE INDIGO VIOLET
Who among us does not remember Roy G. Biv, the character that helped us learn about colors in grammar school? Regardless of whether you are an intimate friend, only an acquaintance or a perfect stranger to color, The Bay Lakes Knitting Guild is hosting a program at the October 8 meeting to help you. Novices and experts alike, will become more familiar with color and more comfortable choosing color combinations for your knitting projects. Laura Quinn has a vast knowledge of color that she has gained through a lifetime of use, study and exploration in all aspects of her life. Laura will present a fun and engaging program sharing this knowledge.
After learning about the components of color and how one could put combinations together, she will lead us through color exploration using color exercises, the color wheel and yarn. **A nominal fee will be charged for the color wheel and tools.
Laura also asks each of you to bring scrap yarn from home. Please bring: a variety of 12 or more remnants of solid (or mostly solid) colored yarn in any weight. Each color should be put in its own individual small plastic bag. Label the bag with your name if you wish to take it home with you.
Please come join us, this is a program you will not want to miss!
**Presidents Note** With the help of an outside donation, the Guild is able to cover the cost of the materials for members. Non-Members will be charged $5.00