Saturday, July 25, 2015

The Pet Project Show #30 & Tula Pink's "Elizabeth" Line


Elizabeth by Tula Pink





One of my birthday presents this year was a 10" charm pack of Elizabeth by Tula Pink. It's hard to go wrong buying a quilter fabric, you know? Tula Pink is one of my all-time favorties, and I didn't have a scrap of this line yet. 



Especially enticing are the animals she incorporates into the prints. 'Bats in the Belfry' is below.




This line reminds me of a funky, upbeat Laura Ashley with the wide stripes, soft geometrics, and florals. It covers spots, stripes, florals. Prints in large, medium, and small, and has been made so it's very easy to work with. I think the Tula Pink fabric designs set you up to look sucessful no matter what you make, and people make a lot from her fabric as long as their willing to cut into their stash. 




There's no specific project in mind with my bundle yet, but if you want to be inspired, check out these Tula Pink boards on Pinterest I've been haunting. None are mine, but I have my eye on a few of the projects already. Tula Pink lovers have a true obsession for their fabrics, and you'll see why!




What's you current obsession, love, 
or happenin' project? 
Link it up with The Pet Project Show, 
and strut your stuff!

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Come on, Doxie Girls.


It's time for the weekly 

Pink Doxies 
Pet Project Show. 



Pet Project Show


Add your links here every Saturday-Monday. 

Rules

No worries! It's EASIER than EVER. You may link up any or all posts you've created in the past week.

1. Use the blue 'Add Your Link' button (below left) to upload something you've created in the past week. Any kind of handiwork--share it now! It can be a work in progress, finally finished, or even your fab new fabric. Whatever it is that inspired you to create this week, we'd like to see it here. 

2. Link to a specific post, and not just your blog address. It makes it easy for anyone following your link to find the project.

3. Provide a backlink to Pink Doxies with a link in your post, and pick up our Pet Project Show button in the sidebar, if you'd like. Copy the code, then create a Pet Show widget with 'Add by HTML' on your Layout page.

-OR-

1. You can link up to your Instagram. Click on the Instagram icon at the bottom of the link up screen. The URL of your Instagram feed will be your link. Please hashtag  #pinkdoxiespetproject

Either way you link up, remember it's a party here, so schmooze with the crowd! Visit others who've linked up, and leave a comment so they know what you like about their work. 

The Linky Party starts now, and runs until Monday, July 20th at midnight. Spread the word, and tell all your stitchy friends.
*The first Saturday party of each month will feature several of the Doxie's and my favorite link ups. By linking up, you are giving permission for me to post your picture with a backlink to your blog or Instagram account. 



5 comments:

  1. Such beautiful fabrics. You can never go wrong with Tula Pink! Enjoy them!

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  2. I've been eyeing(?)...eying(?)...okay, ogling! that Elizabeth fabric for some time...love what you said about being willing to cut into the Tula fabric! Too true.

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  3. Always inspred by your eye for fabric!

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  4. The multi-tone circles remind me of a traditional civil war print but updated! Thanks for posting such close-up pics.

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  5. Oh what I like these fabrics luck with stitching/Hug Bambi

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