Remember these? I had so much fun playing around with the red and pinks in the first "PamkittyMorning" collection designed by Pam Vieria-McGinnis and Holly Holderman for Lakehouse fabrics. There were dozens of prints in the line, and at least five or six different colorways. If you liked yellows and greens, you were all set. If light and medium shades of blue float your boat, they were available. And of course, the pinks and reds that I chose, are gorgeous, as you can see. Of course if you could afford all the prints in the line, you could get a fat quarter of each and make the cutest scrappy quilt on the planet.
Pam came out with a second collection, "PamkittyLove" which is just as cute as her first design. All the fabrics in the second group coordinate beautifully with the fabrics in the first collection. With the addition of some black floral and polka dot prints that are adorable.
The good news? Pam is coming out with her third collection "PamkittyPicnic", which I cannot wait to get my hands on. After Quilt Market next week, we fans will have a better idea of what all is in this group. I am certain however, that the prints will work perfectly with the other Pamkitty fabrics in your collection! I plan to add to my Pamkitty stash for sure!
Since I have done no sewing this week, I felt I should go down to the studio after work today and rummage around a bit and come up with something to blog about. Low and behold, I discovered my PamkittyMorning granny square blocks. I have enough fabric left to make more blocks. What should I do? Make a nine block table topper with my favorite blocks or make twelve or sixteen blocks for a small quilt? I am leaning towards making a table topper because this style of fabric (which I adore) doesn't play so well with my more traditional decorating scheme in the bedrooms. On my kitchen table though, the sky is the limit. Can't you just see a table topper made with these blocks on my summer table? With a big blowsy bouquet of hot pink roses? And a dish of strawberries?