I recently recieved my order of two of Amy Butler's beautiful Temple Flowers fabrics from your shop. I was delighted with how quickly they arrived, and the handwritten note and careful way in which they were wrapped made it feel like Christmas had come early! You offer a marvelous variety on your website, and your customer service is excellent. Thank you for being there for all of us fabriholics!
Sandra F. - Rockton, Illinois
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Parisville by Tula Pink : Marie Antoinette meets pink high-top Converse
“Who is Tula Pink?” you ask. “A dynamic young designer who is lots of fun!” we would answer, having met her at Quilt Market. You get a sense from this as she describes her design process:
“Everything I design starts from a single drawing which multiplies into a mountain of grid paper and pencil lead that seems to trail behind me wherever I go. I often wake up in the middle of the night to the light crunching noise of some forgotten sketch trying to nap under my pillow. I am what some would call obsessive but what I like to refer to as dedicated.
When I set out to draw my first fabric collection, I started with the usual variety of paisleys and flowers, stripes and dots. It didn’t take long for the shapes to begin migrating into a delicate camouflage of hidden creatures and themes.”