Today’s quilt is anything but a reject. It actually gets it’s name from it’s owner, Tula Pink. She made this quilt out of rejected strike-off prints from some of her first fabric collections. Picking out the quilting designs was easier than I thought it would be. (Which is always a bonus!) With the letters, I wanted to emphasize their “blockiness”, so I used straight lines with varying d
If I have said it once, I have said it a million times,” Quilting is a layer of art on a quilt.” The quilting designs used can really enhance a quilt top. In fact, one of my favorite things to do with the machine quilting is to use them to add detail and help tell the story of the quilt. It just so happens that today’s quilt is a perfect example of that. Tula Pink designed and pieced “Gothic A
This quilt was a mystery….for awhile. It’s a quilt designed by Tula Pink as a mystery quilt workshop for Craftsy. Since I get to quilt all her quilts, you know I got a sneak peek before the class went up. But now, I am finally getting around to showing you the finished quilt! Since I also have a class on Craftsy called Dot to Dot Quilting, I decided to use the designs taught in that class on the quilt.