Posts tagged ‘tula pink’

Fall Quilt Market 2012: Tula Pink

As usual, a visit to the Westminster/Freespirit/Moda booth at Market did not disappoint. There is a lot of ground to cover these days – Amy has already told you about some Freespirit designers and surrounds, I’m here to cover the big guns, starting with Tula Pink. Tula Pink’s new range, Saltwater, is maritime themed and features [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2012: FreeSpirit – Tula Pink

Oh, Tula Pink always gets me in my rainbow-lovin’ heart. Tula was at market in full force, with a huge booth to showcase two lines, Nightshade (out now) and The Birds and the Bees (July/August). The space was divided down the middle with the two line’s color palettes, but still meshed beautifully together, like a really well-adjusted split-personality.   The [...]

New Release Tuesday: 6/28/11 Part 1

New Release Tuesday is my periodic roundup of new fabric sightings (mostly quilting cottons). These fresh arrivals have started to arrive in fabric shops and are ready to buy. Retailers, as always, if you carry any of these collections, let us know in the comments. Wow, I’ve put this off so long that the new [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2011: FreeSpirit – Tula Pink

Tula Pink had a gorgeous booth at market — check out the columns which match the colors in the new collection. The new collection is called Prince Charming and comes in four coordinating colorways: Coral, Honey, Olive, and Indigo. There are 30 prints on quilting cotton, nine on voile, and four on laminated cotton. Coral: [...]

Tula Pink: Prince Charming

Tula Pink has revealed her second collection for FreeSpirit, Prince Charming. As you probably know, Ms. Pink is the master of (well, all things involved in fabric design but also) hidden pictures. With each new collection it’s so cool to see the new ways she’s dreamt up to commingle traditional patterns (scales, hexagons, ogees, etc.) [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2010 – FreeSpirit – Tula Pink

Can I just say? Meeting Tula Pink for the first time had to be one of the highlights of this market for me. She is hilarious and awesome and her tales of living in the rural Midwest had me rolling on the floor at the Fabric 2.0 party. And of course her booth to promote [...]

What is UP with all the Copying Lately?

Tula Pink copied by unknown Wal-Mart supplier Very Denyse-Schmidt-Flea-Market-Fancy-looking but not Denyse-Schmidt-sanctioned tights at Anthropologie, via Film in the Fridge This Kokka print is extremely derivative of a Helen Dardik design. And, I just happen to be working on a post about low-quality ripoffs of Kokka prints. There are always more players in the supply [...]

Textile Stew: 7/15/10

A textile designer makes the front page of Google! Josef Frank, architect and father of modern Scandinavian design, would have been 125 years old today. New Vintage Lady is showing the fashion and textiles pages from vintage department store catalogs every Sunday. (via Retro Age Vintage Fabrics) Deborah of Whipstitch has an amazing post on [...]

Guest Post: Tula Pink on Plume

First off, big thanks to True Up for inviting me back to talk about Plume, my newest collection for Moda Fabrics. Plume was an opportunity for me to go a little bit further in my design process. The main goal was to drown in detail, the kind of detail that you need muck boots to [...]