I know, I am an Evil Temptress. Just look at that stack of deliciousness, will you? Pam Kitty Morning designed this gorgeous collection for LakeHouse Fabrics. LakeHouse Dry Goods is a fantastic fabric company and if you aren't familiar with them, you should definitely check out their designs.
This is an enormous fabric collection, with many color ways. I limited myself to the reds and pinks, but there is a blue group, a yellow and green group, and a collection of 12 lights! Mine came from Shabby Fabrics, ordered online. Do check out your local quilt shop to see if they are carrying it.
Of course I had to have this for my background:
When you see a polka dot, sometimes you just have to say Yes. There is a yellow dot in the line as well, which I will be ordering soon. You just never know when a yellow polka dot fabric will come in handy, but rest assured. It will.
At this time I am not sure what I will do with these lovely pink and red fabrics, but they will lend themselves to some sort of wonderful girly project. And I am promising myself not to let too much time go by before I use them. Right now I have them out where I can fondle them frequently in passing.
Lately my taste in fabric has been leaning towards bright, cheerful, colorful collections. Such as Annie's Farm Stand, which I am using for my Farmer's Wife blocks. Annie's Farm Stand is another LakeHouse collection. This panel is available from Fatquartershop.com, and wouldn't it make up into a cute quilt?
Another colorful recent choice I am using for my Birdie Stitches blocks is Look and Learn, a fun juvenile inspired American Jane group by Moda.
Do you see the promo sheet (back up there on top of my red polka dots) for the Sweetheart Houses BOM? (Kind of hard to miss, isn't it). What an adorable applique project! Shabby Fabrics is offering it through their website. They also have a FREE block of the month project called Country Cottages. Each month they will have a free PDF file for an applique pattern that will be appropriate seasonally for whatever month it is. At the end of 12 months, you will have the blocks made for a calendar style sampler quilt. I am leaning towards doing the free BOM because, well, it's free, but also because looking at the block for January, it seems a bit simpler than the Sweetheart Houses BOM. I need to work my skill level up to that I think.