The Fabric Curator is super excited to bring to you Tula Pink's newest collection... True Colors 2020.
" My “True Colors” is a collection of designs that are available in the core colors that make up the World of Tula Pink. These essential pieces are designed to highlight and enhance the pieces in my core fabric collections. I design each piece of my True Colors to serve a specific purpose in support of my fabric collections and also to stand on their own as a vibrant expression of color and print. This year I am adding four new prints to the already established Poms and Stripes. These pieces are replenish-able and are used to build a solid foundation that my other collections do and will continue to rely on. “Fairy Dust”, which we met in the Pinkerville collection proved so vital as a background print that I have exploded it out into a collection of bright pastels that create a perfect backdrop to the bolder colors of my other fabrics. The print colors largely stay the same as the original while the background colors have been selected in soft ghost colors of their more saturated counterparts. It’s tossed design is non directional with plenty of interest. No one ever said that a background needed to be boring. “Mineral” is a new print that uses lines to create a densely detailed interpretation of natural stone formations like agate or malachite. The background color and line color visually combine to create a textured solid that changes in mood as you approach it. “Wildflower” is a bold silhouette of tangled blooming vines in high contrast color combinations. These florals are not meant to blend in but to highlight interesting color combinations that can kick start a quilt and bring the whole thing to life. The final print is called “Hexy” and comes in two variations. There are eight 3 color versions and 4 rainbow ombre versions. Both versions of Hexy serve the same purpose, to add a hard geometric to the two existing ones in Poms and Stripes. The three structured pieces nicely balance the three new organic designs." - www.freespiritfabrics.com