The Linework collection takes you behind the scenes into Tula Pink's fabric design process. The prints are reminiscent of her preliminary sketches with notes and eraser marks that become the artwork we love from this talented designer. It's like a peek behind the veil, a tour of her mind. Color can be so distracting when looking at the work itself. This was Tula's best attempt to narrow things down to two crucial elements: Black and White. The main black and white prints focus on animals that live in this range; zebras, pandas, lemurs, albino peacocks, and of course a skunk! While she tried her very best to produce these animals in their flawless black and white state, the color crept in. Every print has a subtle ombre of background color that repeats at least twice from selvage to selvage so every fat quarter will contain a full spectrum of color! In addition to the 6 main focal prints, the collection is rounded out with black and white versions of a few of the True Colors prints. All of the colors present in the prints are pulled from the colors in Tula's core True Colors fabrics. It is all designed to go together, each providing what the other needs.