Alice in Wonderland was written by Lewis Carroll in 1865. A story does not endure for 155 years without capturing the imagination of generations. It is the story of a world turned on its head. It begs us to question everything we know, throw away our assumptions, and succumb to nonsense. Wonderland captures the most essential nature of what Tula wants her fabric to be and why she quilts… escapism. When the weight of the world is too much, she turns to needle and thread. Curiouser and Curiouser focuses on some of the most memorable themes and characters from the story.
Who can resist these ribbons packs? Kittens, bunnies and tea cups? What’s not to love….
The coordinating thread collection from Aurifil boasts 20 fantastical hues, perfect for reimagining everything we know and love about one of the world’s most classic stories. These are all 50 weight cotton threads.
These are due to arrive in June – and I bet you already know who will want them so place your orders now!
Tula has her own style – and that style requires threads that are a little more vibrant, a little more colorful – well, a little more TULA than what you currently have on hand!
I love that this collection includes four large spools of neutral shades – perfect for piecing. There are also 10 small spools of her signature colors – all 50 weight thread. And everything is packaged in a gorgeous tin!
These threads are the perfect choice for top stitching her new ribbons available in three colorways:
Everything is due to arrive this month so order them now!
De La Luna is the new fabric line by Tula Pink which is due to arrive in June.
This line not only has striking colors, it also features three colorations of silhouettes which offer amazing design potential. Carl Hentsch has designed three different patterns that highlight these images – or use your own!
The ovals on this quilt were created with the Creative Grids Oval Always tool designed by Karla Alexander.
Or choose more traditional settings:
Everything is due to arrive in June so order now so that everything arrives at once!
Tula Pink is a bright and shining star. She is on the forefront of every trend in the industry – and in this case, creates them! Her new book – Coloring with Thread is due out before Christmas. Check this out:
I see inspirations of crewelwork, cross-stitch, and traditional embroidery but in Tula’s hands, it becomes a whole new art form that will inspire a new generation. I can’t wait for this one!
When SEVEN books in the Checker 100 are books on free-motion quilting, you know that your customers now have the self-confidence required to complete their own projects. FOUR are written or co-written by Angela Walters! Her latest collaboration with Tula Pink will be out this summer. Quilt with Tula & Angela (#S3159) combines Tula’s knowledge of color with Angela’s quilting designs.
You have a front row seat as they choose the quilting patterns to accent Tula’s graphic designs. The book includes 17 designs by Tula and 24 quilting designs by Angela – and is filled with full color eye candy!
Who can resist a collaboration between two of the top names in the industry who have earned their stripes??? Its is worth the wait.
Shape by Shape Collection 2 (#11152) is a follow up to her first Shape book. Collection 2 includes 70 designs to enhance all of the geometric shapes in your quilts!
Her original Free-Motion Quilting book (#10860) has become the go-to source for everyone who wants to give this a try. This is the must have book that should be in everyone’s library!
Angela combined forces with Christa Watson – who is an expert on quilting on a home sewing machine in The Ultimate Guide to Machine Quilting (#B1350T). Learn which motifs are suited to which medium and why.
Why not set up a display of the books and notions that they recommend in these books? You probably already have the notions, needles, and threads you need in your shop – you just need to draw attention to it! Create an “instant” display today!