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  1. Andrea on said:

    Love your color wheel ! :) I should learn how to embroider…
    I discover colorapi.com recently and love the site…

  2. Laura Cochrane on said:

    woah, colorapi.com is awesome! it’s interesting to see how similar the color palettes are for so many Flickr searches. i love this, thanks. : )

  3. Andrea on said:

    Hi Laura,
    Glad to hear you like Colorapi…but take care, it’s addictive ;)

  4. Andrea on said:

    Hi Laura,
    Glad to hear you like Colorapi…but take care, it’s addictive ;)

  5. Babs Loyd on said:

    I love the embroidered color wheel, the first one I’ve seen. My blog, colorfilled.blogspot.com features color articles, history, etc. Check it out. I live and breathe color; it is my passion.I had a recent post about the color wheel used by artists.

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