A trip to the Festival of Quilts always means I return home with Liberty fabric. This year I was more restrained as I already have a large stash of Tana Lawn, but I made some great purchases nonetheless.
I knew beforehand that I would buy some fabrics from the range inspired by Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. I bought two fat quarters of Suzy Elizabeth, which has tea paraphernalia (tea pots, crockery, cutlery). This is a good fabric choice for me. I also got three scrap pieces of Gallymoggers Reynard. I love these fabrics, but I knew I didn't need a lot of them. I will fussy cut them and add them to the right project at some point.
I bought more scrap pieces of fabrics I have already but which are now in new colourways. Here we have Strawberry Thief, Mauvey, Wiltshire and Ros. These are already firm favourites in my stash and it's nice to add new variations.
I also purchased some scraps which are entirely new to me. There are a couple I know like Tatum and Isle of Wight, but there are three others I don't know at all and I haven't discovered their names yet.
I also purchased this large piece of fabric, but I've never seen it before and haven't managed to confirm its name. (If you know, please let me know in the Comments.) It's a child-like print with lots of critters and flowers. I love it because it's cute and it also has ladybirds. I might use it to back my Scrappy Snowballs and Squares quilt.
I know that there is still a lot of Liberty fabric here, but I still believe I was self-disciplined and only bought what I *needed*.