Best of Quilt Market: Tule

Yes, I’m posting Quilt Market pics three months after the fact. A little strange? Maybe, but it made more sense to post them now that these fabrics are actually hitting shops. I hope you enjoy my favorites from this fun trade event!

Here’s another one of my favorite booths from Quilt Market this past May, featuring Tule, a new line by Leah Duncan for Art Gallery Fabrics. The booth and fabrics were all absolutely spectacular. From talking to other people about it, it was clearly a favorite of everyone at Quilt Market!!

Check out the great furniture in this booth. I love the white molded Eames chairs and that awesome couch. There’s Leah!

A lovely low-volume quilt…

Fabric wallpaper??? Can I do this in my house? I need to talk to Leah about how she did this.

I just adore this line — the colors and prints are really spectacular, what a job well done by Leah and Art Gallery! Tule is just arriving in online and local shops as of this week; you can check my sponsor links for Tule if you need a place to start. You can see the entire line over at the Art Gallery Website.

OK, just a couple more pictures from the Art Gallery booth that don’t really fit anywhere but deserve to be posted…check out this amazing dress made completely out of Art Gallery prints!

Isn’t that incredible? I don’t even want to know how long it would take to put that together. So amazing! I wonder if anyone will ever wear it.

And I loved these stacks of colorful books and pillows too. Such a fun way to display new prints.

That’s all for today. Stay tuned for more of my Quilt Market favorites!

8 thoughts on “Best of Quilt Market: Tule

  1. Decor8 blog did a thing on how to wallpaper with fabric a few years ago. You pasted it on with cornstarch and water. Sorry I don’t have the exact link, but if you take a look over there, I bet you’ll find it. I tested it out on a small scale with no ill effects.

  2. Wow! Thanks for sharing Rae! The Tule line would be PERFECT for some pillows in our living room. Methinks I’m going to have to start working on that…..

    And that dress is simply stunning! I’m not usually one to like things that are a mash up like that but it’s done so clean that it really is just incredible!

  3. I want to use those peach Tule triangles to make a Ruby dress. 🙂 Have you given any hints about how much yardage we should be hoarding for that pattern? (will the normal 2.5-3 yards for a dress do it?) This line, I feel, will go quick and I want to squirrel some away.

  4. Any info on who crafted that dress? That is amazing! Art Gallery is the company that you feel makes the best “quilting” cottons suitable for clothing, right? Love this line!

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