Faith. Wow - pretty slick. This will probably become a throw pillow of sorts. The colors are my happy colors - rainbow brights. Most of them came from my stash drawers, but I pulled a few from some new FQ's.
Maasai Mara collection. The same prints are also available in some good, warm grays and neutrals. I used one of them in the block at the top. (Both colorways are available from Fat Quarter Shop.)
In other recent fabric acquisitions a few new pieces of Sarah Jane's Out to Sea collection. I love the nautical blues (dot is from Children at Play) and couldn't pass up the cute little Narwhals. Out to Sea is available here, here and here.
Finally, a piece of yardage that I found at a local quilt shop this week that I could not pass up because it was calling my name. Loudly. It's a Japanese import, so it was a bit pricey, but I still bought a yard. I don't know what I'm going to do with it, but who really cares. It's the perfect combination of two of my favorite things: Japanese kitschy design and London! The Union Jack umbrella, the postage stamp with the queen, the tube sign, post box, double-decker bus... the cuteness never ends. It's printed by Cosmo Textiles of Japan. I searched online to find a link to share, but wasn't successful. Sorry to sorely tempt you with no help for relief.
There have been a lot of fantastic British-themed prints this past year. I've been collecting a bunch to make a London quilt (to go with my Union Jack quilt), but it's not very high-up on the priority list right now, so it will probably happen in the future. I like to think that I sparked the UK-themed resurgence this year, but it probably had something to do with the Diamond Jubilee and the London Olympics too.