Posts tagged ‘tula pink’

Fall Quilt Market 2009: Moda Quilts

I didn’t manage to see Moda‘s new fabric collections by themselves at this market, but we can get a good idea of what’s on the horizon from the quilts they had on display. Lauren and Jessi Jung are a daughter and mother team, living in Philadelphia and Spartanburg, SC (respectively). This is their debut fabric [...]

Interview: Tula Pink on Hushabye

Ladies and gentlemen, Tula Pink. You might know her from her debut line, Full Moon Forest, full of hidden animals and delightfully, trickily ornate designs — or maybe you’re more familiar with her other lines: Neptune, Flutterby, or Nest. Tula Pink has a die-hard fandom and it’s not hard to see why, when she shares [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2009: Moda

This post is part of a series reporting on the Spring 2009 International Quilt Market by True Up East Coast Stringer Mary Beth of Supafine. Oh, Moda. If Quilt Market was a cafeteria, you’d be the cheerleaders’ table. Everyone wanted a piece of Moda — at the sample sale, their table was three people deep; [...]

Spring Quilt Market Preview: Tula Pink – Hushabye

Sometimes fabric collections come (and go) before the market is ready for them. Such is the case, Tula Pink hypothesizes, with her first collection Full Moon Forest. Diehards are still asking her where they can find the hidden owl paisley print from that line, she writes. So she and Moda are bringing it back (or [...]

Tula Pink’s Design Process

Tula Pink is sharing more of her design process. In this post she shows step-by-step how she takes a design from a sketch on graph paper to finished Illustrator file. (I’m guessing it’s Adobe Illustrator, though she doesn’t say that.) She answers some other readers’ questions too. Related posts: Three Perspectives on the Fabric Design [...]

Friday Scraps

Love Tula Pink’s custom fabric printed by Spoonflower. It’s a good example of how you can use digital printing technology to play and create highly personal designs. Daisy Janie is playing with patterns and color in Illustrator. Here too. Fabric printing with a brayer and with a rolling pin, via Meggiecat. The Fabric Maverick of [...]

Three Perspectives on the Fabric Design Process

Three fabric designers have recently shared a bit about various aspects of their design process. Michelle Engle Bencsko of Cicada Studio answers a reader’s questions about the finer points of going from idea to pattern to collection. Elizabeth House writes about how her upcoming line LizzyDish got started, and about the often frustrating process of [...]