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Quoting and paraphrasing a bit from the inside front cover flap:
"This book is the third in the Designer's Guide To Color Series. Although each book stands on it's own, the three books constitute a progressive study in color combining."
This is not a color theory book, in fact, there is very little text in it. What text there is describes the contents of each page, the colors & patterns.
It is 119 pages of squares, usually 6 to a page of color and patterns.
There is not much more I can or need to say about this amazing book.
Published by Chronicle Books, in San Francisco, in 1986. The Desifgner's Guide To Color is a smaller paperbound book.
This book is in Like-New condition except for 2 small scratches on the back cover where I removed a pesky sticker. The cover, the pages, the spine, all excellent.
I recently bought a number of fine vintage and out-of-print books from Carol Korman. Carol is, like me, very interested in Color & Color Theory. There are many excellent books on this among the books she sent me.
Carol was raised in Anchorage, Alaska. Her Husband travelled the world as a Civil Engineer, they lived in 6 countries over 22 years. She studied Needlepoint and Embroidery all over the world.
On retirement she took classes at the EGA (Embroidery Guild of America) and ANG (American Needlepoint Guild). She became certified as a Needlework Judge for both EGA and ANG.
Carol went on the become a Master EGA Needlework Judge.
In 2000 Carol Korman became ANG Western Area Representative, she was president on ANG from 2006 to 2008.
Carol and her husband live in Texas, at 80 she still stitches. Carol and I both hope that her books add to your pleasure as you pursue Needlepoint