New PKM Picnic a look at a great quilt by Marcy

So it is Fall Quilt Market in Houston this week people.  Quilt Market is always a big highlight for those of us that love fabric and quilt making.  No.  I won't be attending (it's ok, too busy anyway) but I always like to peek at tweets, blog posts, and Instagram photos to see what is happening.  Fat Quarter Shop always has great tweets and photos (@fatquartershop).    If you haven't heard Pam Kitty Morning has a new fabric line coming out with Holly of Lakehouse.  It is called Pam Kitty Picnic.  And it is swoonable.  I believe it ships to a quilt store near you next month.  So get ready to dive in.
Pam and Holly always have a wonderful selection of colors and patterns.  I'm a lover of roses in fabrics, of course.  Look at the variation in color.  All happy, right?
They've taken the dots and grown them since the last line.  And also some of the roses have grown and flourished.  Look at the new buttery yellow that is added this time.  Delicious.
Pam and Holly kept some existing prints and added some brand new touches.  The cherries are darling.  That navy and red is spectacular.  
These are basics from the PKPicnic line that are like "must haves".  I can see binding in the gingham and dots, too.
The panel is my favorite panel from all the PKM lines.  The little squirrels and the doggies are just like from greeting cards of the past.  They remind me of cute, simple times.  Adorable.
I really can't get enough gingham.  You saw the bigger cherries, now these are the tone on tone cherries.  Tone on tone plays like a plain but with sass (just like PKM).
I think these above are some of my favorites.  I do love the texts with the little illustrations. Super super cute.  And the colors in the flowers above are really eye catching.  I can't wait to use them all.
I have several baby quilts in mind for these dots, checks and novelty prints.  Perfect, right?  I think she should call herself Pam Kitty Perfect.  I seriously want to stay up all night and cut into those balloon kiddie prints.  I have a quilt in mind...
More of my favorites.  I love the new colors.  I love the little doggies and the sweetness of these fabrics.  Pam and Holly knocked it out of the park yet again.  How can each line become my favorite all over again?  Well they do.  Thanks so much for the fabric Pam.  I will be thinking of you and Holly at Quilt Market.  Good shoes.  Good shoes.  It is a tough few days but so fun to see everyone and strut your new stuff.  I love PKM.  She is simply the best.

Now to Marcy at Made By Me in Red.  Go visit.  Go.  Then come back. 
Marcy bought PKM fabric and used my Row by Row pattern to create her very own Row quilt.  I'm so flattered.  Marcy did an amazing job.  I can't stop looking at it and smiling.  Great job Marcy.  Love it. Thanks for sharing it with us.  I love your photos of the quilt.  

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Darlene said...

PKM fabrics are so cute and sweet.

Love the Row Quilt with you pattern.

PamKittyMorning said...

OHMYGOSH thanks so much for the wonderful report!!!! I am so happy you love it!

dream quilt create said...

Thanks for the low down on Pam kitty picnic! It is to die for! I'm going to need more shelving in my little sewing room :)

Samplings from Spring Creek said...

Beautiful fabrics and so organized

Staci said...

Oh, aren't those prints fun? I always love Lakehouse stuff, and the dots and checks make my fabric hoarding heart beat a little faster!

Carrie P. said...

cute fabrics. i do love those text fabrics.
Marcy made a fantastic quilt.

Stitchy Mc Floss said...

Love the fabrics and the quilt, too. :)

I am looking forward to seeing what you make with these lovely fabrics.

Blessings to you always sweet friend.

Thimbleanna said...

Those fabrics are SOOO yummy! And I'm thinking the little navy and red cherries will be a must for our Brit quilts!

Sandi Linn Andersen said...

I popped over to check out Marcy's quilt. It's just gorgeous! I love all these cheerful fabrics!

Sherry said...

I checked out Marcy's quilt, wow, LOVE it! Great pattern & fabrics, she did an awesome job!

Sheila said...

I absolutely love these fabrics! I could cut and sew these fabrics forever. Thank you for sharing these pictures.