Just recently a shop owner called on the coloring for the photo "Old Nantucket." We had a wee of a time trying to figure out if the colors for the house were labeled wrong on the chart or if it was just my photography. In the end, it was the photograph. The house itself was the only main color that looked off from the actual model and everything else looked fine. Why is that? Does anyone know? I'd love to be able to bring you covers that would look exactly like the finished piece you are stitching.
Some of the more difficult fabrics to photograph are grays and greens. And don't get me started on the gingham checks!! lol. . . . The greens look grey and the grays look green. Help! Are there any stitchers that can offer advice as to how to get all the colors looking as they should in the photograph? I'm open to suggestions. :)