Pam's line of fabric is from LakeHouse Dry Goods. You can go look at the perfect coloration there. I'm going to show most of the 60+ fabrics in this post today. Can you believe there are that many fabrics in this line? And they are top quality yard goods people. Top.
I love to audition fabric. I think this may stem back to the endless hours spent in fabric stores with my mother when I was a little girl, and maybe also back to my Barbie outfit making days. I spent a long time in the studio putting different combinations of Pam's fabric together in small groups of 5 and 6 dreaming of the blocks I can make.
Each time I grouped pieces together I would think "now THAT is my favorite combo".
But then I'd play some more and find another grouping of colors and styles I loved equally or even more.
Oh gosh, the colors kill. They are really so incredibly pretty. And they go with so much of what I already have on my fabric shelves.
The yellows are buttery and the pinks are perfect. The greens are gorgeous. The prints are a hint of vintage with a lot of romance. Roses, daisies, dots, gingham...all delicious.
My favorite fruit is strawberry and look above - strawberries! I can tell you my first project will have strawberries in them.
I have anticipated Pam's fabric since spring Market. And I've got drawings in my sketch pad just for them. But now I'm like a shy designer. Will what I make show off the prints to their full beauty?The scale is petite and sweet. The selection is vast and full of surprises.I'm pretty impressed with LakeHouse quality and selection. It makes me wonder what Pam might follow this line up with.
My photography isn't fantastic so you might look at all the colorways and prints at FQS. I like how they group their fabric together on their website.
I had so much fun playing with the colors and prints. Now I get to cut and sew. Thanks so much Pam for sending me the fabric. I love it and you've shot it out of the ballpark. You're the best.