I was looking at a co-worker's black and white photo of her daughter when I thought that sometimes b&w images show more detail than color ones, isn't that interesting? From there my mind went (naturally) to b&w quilts I've made, and I realized I have very few of em. Yet, I'm always collecting black & white fabrics! Go figure.
Now here's an interesting phenomenon - for this one I elongated a foundation-pieced cup and saucer pattern in EQ4.
I pinned the backing up to show the difference in the color... it's the same fabric as was used in the middle cup - what a difference! I think it's interesting that the saucers and both cups on the right hand side didn't fade, or if they did it's very subtle.
I had this silhouette made at a Renaissance Festival in 1978, oh my how I've changed! The little man who made this cut it at 4 inches, this is an enlarged version I made on a copier.
I still have the original in a drawer someplace, I'll probably commit it to fabric sooner or later.