Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Tula Pink & Parisville at Quilt Market

Wednesday, November 3, 2010
If you know me...
you know I heart Tula Pink.
{her designs and her}

Even though this is her 7th fabric line... this is the first time she had her own booth at market!!... and let me tell you her booth rocked it. So much so that she gets her own post.


Parisville by Tula Pink for Freespirt
in stores soon!


The back wall

wide shot...

the side

the side from the aisle

wide shot of the outside

Tula's mom Kathy
She owns The Quilt Shoppe

laminates!!

I wanted to move into her booth.

Cartwheel Pillows

Quilting by Angela
She loves quilting like I love to piece... which makes us good friends ;-)

John... aka Quilt Dad's Parisville Quilt
in the Free Spirit Booth

Wide shot of the entire booth

with candy added!


Her new patterns
Which I think will be available soon...




There was not much Parisville to go around pre-market
Since John was lucky enough to make the quilt for the Free Spirit booth
he sent me these for my selvage quilt...
... it's still the only Parisville I have...
but that will hopefully change soon!


More market posts to come!




© Blog post written by Julie Herman
For more information visit http://www.jaybirdquilts.com/

23 comments:

John said...

Thanks for showing off my quilt, Julie! Hope you make good use of the selvages. Sorry I don't have more to share -- Parisville is a hot commodity!

Vicki said...

what a gorgeous booth. Parisville is lovely fabric!

julia said...

Thanks for your Tula Post...she deserves it! Can't wait for Parisville to arrive...wish I'd know her personally so I could bribe her with...well, anything she wanted to...Marie Antoinette-shaped cookies??? ;)
You're so lucky to have had the chance to see her booth in person...

Becky said...

Thanks for sharing the details of her booth. I've been scouring the small photos others have posted. I can't get over those large black and white quilts in the back. I initially thought they were printed banners in other photos. The quilting is amazing. The whole booth is amazing!

Vesuviusmama said...

I would have wanted to move into her booth, too! Wow! So different and fresh. Thanks for sharing.

jenni said...

To paraphrase Gustave Flaubert: Parisvelle, c'est moi.

Megan said...

Keep the awesome photos rolling in! I love vicariously living the quilt market experience through you!

AllieKatMom said...

Drool worthy! I heart Tula Pink too, she is my favorite! Gonna have to get lots of Parisville! I love it!

Beth said...

She totally got shafted on the booth design contest, this booth ROCKED!

by Daisy said...

thank you for the news coverage! all of us who can't be there, now caan at least get some eye candy :)

mascanlon said...

Her booth has such style and drama, i was so surprised it didn't win something...she should have! I am beginning to think about a quilt with Parisville, I love, love, love the blues

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Thanks for taking a whole post to Show and Tell Parisville Julie! It's even more wonderful that I had previously thought!

Ellen said...

Spectacular! I love how well accessorized lots of the booths are, and that is not an easy thing to do. Thanks so much for giving us a very thorough look!

KarrieLyne said...

You must have been in Tula Pink heaven. :)

Gorgeous gorgeous booth and quilts!

Sandy said...

What a stunning booth....I love it all! That alphabet quilt is so cool...very unique.

Amanda Murphy said...

Oh my goodness - what a luscious booth. Thanks for sharing!
Amanda

Jenny said...

I totally tried to move into her booth. It was fabulous and the quilting on those quilts was amazing! Kuddos to Angela.

Cathy said...

Stunning, stunning pics, thanks for sharing Julie, I adore that Windswept quilt especially. xo

April (Polkadot Sparrow) said...

That Angela girl is one mad quilter. To have her skills!

And the Tula fabric looks awesome. They never carry Tula locally so I'm so grateful for people like you sharing her stuff online so I know to track it down. :)

mjb said...

That alphabet pattern is just genius! I hope I get around to making that one :)

Grace said...

Love the booth! I can see Cartwheel Pillows in my future...

Rachaeldaisy said...

WOW!!! I'm kind've speechless... WOW!!Those quilts!!! The quilting!!! oh my... Windswept has swept me away and the alphabet is genius. I have to say it again- WOW!

Kari @ Fresh Cut Quilts said...

Loved her booth and her quilts. the new fabric is to die for!

I took a photo of john's quilt and didn't know it was his until now! So glad i took that photo now.