That's how I feel about our line project for the EB master class. No matter what color scheme I choose it does not seem to work. I lay out fabrics on my design wall and am not happy with anything I have tried.
I am tempted to go with a black and white color scheme. I am at school so I will have to show you what I am thinking in Photoshop instead of in fabric. You will have to forgive my Photoshop paint bucket filling. Sometimes it fills more than I want it to.
Of all the colors I tried I like this the best. Blue (royal blue?)/black/white-gray. But when I put this on the wall in fabric I am not sure. Of course in fabric I lay out the background and one stripe. Maybe I need to lay out the whole thing to see what it looks like. But I don't want to go through all of that work if I am not going to like it.
If I go with black/white/gray here are some ideas.
I even thought about making everything black except for the white lines outlining the tree shapes.
Or some combination of the white lines and some gray trees.
I am almost at the point of not wanting to do this at all. What do you think? Would you go vertical or horizontal with the layout? EB thought long vertical format was a stronger design. I am not sure.
Thanks for reading. Chris