I asked Kevin to tell me a bit about his quilt;
“I did designed it in EQ6, drawing a PatchDraw circle on a plain block and a smaller circle on each quadrant of a four-patch block from the Block Library, using the grid to keep the circles aligned with each other. Then I set those blocks alternating on the Quilt Worktable. It was great to be able to see how it would look in different fabrics since I was aiming for a contrast of prints and solids. And just for fun, I played with Random Recolor a bit to come up with some other color schemes–like the Verner Panton print that inspired the quilt, it’s a pretty versatile pattern.
Below is a photo of the actual quilt next to the EQ digital version of the quilt:
Kevin used a feature in EQ6 called the Random Recolor Tool. Have you tried this yet? It’s a really fun tool that lets your experiment with color schemes without having to think about it! Recolor your quilt to be lighter/darker, more or less saturated, change the colors around the color wheel or even randomly color your quilt with a click!
Thanks for sharing all your hard work, Kevin. Visit Kevin’s website to see more of what he does.