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Thread: Tula Pink on Sewing with Nancy

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    Joining the ranks of those thanking you for the links! I didn't know Tula Pink before but I am now a big fan!!! Love her approach and creative thinking! Hugssssssss and smiles.
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    I happened to catch her on the show this week also - I love her idea of making specific pieces of fabric showcased to look like photos hanging by ribbons - it was adorable!
    And did anyone notice that she has her name T-U-L-A P-I-N-K tattooed across the knuckles of both hands? Gotta love that!
    Last edited by Debbie C; 02-03-2013 at 01:43 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caswews View Post
    Love Tula .. gonna get her books as well as any DVD's, she has a refreshing approach to her quilting and designing. I am a serious fan of Sewing with Nancy also. I have sewing Nancy for 20 years and love her ideas as well, her guests, and her tips.

    Are JoAnn's coupons good for books? I may look there with a 40% coupon
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    I noticed the tatoo fingers also--believe it is her name--guess in case she forgets--my first impression was they looked like the type you see on hands of prisoners.

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    I was told you can use the coupons for books--I always forget.

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    Thanks for sharing the links to the Tula Pink episodes.

    Quote Originally Posted by CarolynMT View Post
    Ladies (and gents) they offer the episodes online

    here are the Tula Pink episodes (in order) :
    http://video.wpt2.org/video/2287556679
    http://video.wpt2.org/video/2288611221

    and here is the link to the main site, you can check out several episodes on several topics
    http://www.wpt.org/sewingwithnancy/
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    I saw that episode and a little light went on. i have several covered bridge pieces of fabric and have been trying to think of a way to use them together. Since they are all different colors and sizes. I was having trouble coming up with a design. Now I think I can do it. Thanks, Tula.

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    I always record her shows and so glad I do, I have to two shows she did with Tula Pink, I think Tula is awesome and her patterns are so simple yet look stunning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarleneC View Post
    I was told you can use the coupons for books--I always forget.

    I'll try-----------if JoAnns has Tula.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KwiltyKahy View Post
    I saw that episode and a little light went on. i have several covered bridge pieces of fabric and have been trying to think of a way to use them together. Since they are all different colors and sizes. I was having trouble coming up with a design. Now I think I can do it. Thanks, Tula.
    Wow! I'd be tempted to use a leafy green background. Let us see when you get it done.
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