Psychology of color ahead on show – The Eastern New Mexico News –

Information on the psychology of color and using a template called AnglePlay for quilting will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday (all times Mountain).

Diane Romick, President and CEO of Castle Design Studio LLC, explains that if a homeowner starts with an emotion they want to feel in a room, then the outcome can be very different compared to starting with the function of a room and/or favorite color. She’ll explain more about the psychology of color for interior design. She’s from Newport Coast, California.

Author and quilter, Margaret Miller will show a template called AnglePlay, which makes working with the long right triangle edges in quilting much easier to piece regardless of the excess seam allowance. She owns Miller Quilts, Inc. in Bremerton, Washington.

Information on preparing low-fat meals, using bias tape bindings, and recording special memories and events in our lives will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” noon Tuesday and 2 p.m. Saturday.

Author Sharon Niederman from Albuquerque will explain why it’s so important to record special memories and events in our lives.

Vicki Gagliano, Lawry’s Foods in Monrovia, California. says the secret to low-fat meals begins with a “low-fat” kitchen, and she’ll explain how to stock the pantry and refrigerator with the right ingredients in order to prepare lower-fat dishes.

Nancy Lovett will demonstrate how to choose different bias tape bindings and attach them in various ways on garments or home décor items. She is a sewing instructor with Ann Silva’s