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Talk about a crowning achievement. We are swooning over Tula Pink's dashing Prince Charming collection for Free Spirit Fabric. This fairy-tale fabric line in serene colorways of indigo, olive and coral features frolicking silhouettes, frogs and falling dew drops. Prince Charming includes 30 quilting cottons, four laminates and six voiles. Tula's signature twist on traditional damasks and paisleys can also be spotted in her Parisville line, a confectionary collection in a punch-packing palette of key limes, hot pinks and electric blues. Designs are decadent with a rockstar edge, from romantic floral motifs to dramatic graphics of ship coiffures nestled in Marie Antoinette's curls. In 28 cottons and four laminates, these French prints would make a fabulous apron or handbag. We used a juicy pomegranate floral to fashion our retro-chic Day to Night Dress (IJ907). Ooh la la! We've long been a fan of Tula's, even using a lovely green-and-brown print from her Plume collection to create our Quick-Tie Topper (IJ886). Browse her other collections and blog for more creative inspiration. What to try some for yourself? Post a comment to this post only letting us know what Indygo Junction pattern you think is perfect to go with Tula's new fabric line. One winner will be selected at random to win a selection of Prince Charming coordinates. Deadline to enter is midnight, February 2nd. Winner will be posted Friday, February 3rd. Good luck!!

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Susan Balogh on

I think the Bell Sleeve Blouse would be wonderful made up with the Prince Charming fabric.

Nancy Myers on

I just love the Trench Topper and think it would look great made up with Tula’s new line.

sheri ceglarek on

Oooh la la! I love this fabric line, would make an awesome bag!

Barb Colvin on

A Klassic Kimono would be awesome in Prince Charming.

Janet on

Hi – love this fabric – not just the colours which are fab – but also the design. I think it would make a wonderful bag.

Kate Brown on

I think it would work wonderfully with the tribeca tunic. I love that top and I think this fabric would be adorable on it.

Julie (Sew-Girl) on

I love the Day to Night dress – would be “lovely” in teal & indigo colors

Kathy Yutzy on

I love the Prince Charming Prints; and I think they would be great for the Chinois coat, and the Children’s Flouncy Tops and Pants! It would also work well with many of the purse and bag patterns!

Sondra Richter on

Oh they’re all so perfect it’s hard to pick one! But I’ve loved your Day to Night Dress pattern since I first saw it. It would be stunning in this beautiful line of fabrics.

Mary on Lake Pulaski on

I would love to make the Grommet Bag out of some Tula fabric.

Tina Gordon on

The Quick-tie Topper in the short version would be what I would make. I love the pink fabric the dress is made out of!! But I love anything pink!

sue feely on

Pattern IJ907 the day to night dress is sooo awesome!

Bonnie Williamson on

I just received my Inside Out Jacklet (IJ839) and can just see it all done up in Prince Charming Fabrics

Cheryl Nocera on

would love the prince charming on the tie topper…

Donna Bogert on

I’m a Paisley Girl, so these prints just fit right in!!!! Live ’em!

Debra Bopp on

Love this fabric! I think I would like to make the crossover kimono shirt for starters :-)

Sharon Goodrich on

Many possibilities for this fabric!

Ruth on

These fabrics would be cute for the over the top tunic!

Gwen Windham on

I think this new line would look so pretty in the Garden Party Pullover—- but that pattern is so cute that it would look wonderful in most any fabrics! :-) Thank you for the chance to win!!

Jeanne from Missouri on

I love the whirligig quilt pattern and think it would be fab to have

Darla E on

I think the Day-to-Night Dress would be fabulous in the blue fabrics. The Trench Coat would be cute in the raindrops fabric.

Mary Ann on

The raindrops in a laminate would be fun in the Partly Cloudy Poncho! Great fabrics!

Glenda Burch on

Oh what fun to win this

Martha Rudisill on

Love the pretty Prince Charming and Parisville fabrics!

Linda Napoli on

I think it would look great in a V-neck shirt or dress. LOVE the fabric!

Cheryl Hammond on

I think this fabric is adorable, and I can see it made up with the Flouncy Tops & Pants pattern!!

Janet Pierce on

I think that it would be beautiful in the wrap skirt. There are so many choices. Thanks for the giveaway.

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