The camera is still incommunicado with the computer so you'll have to see stock photos of what I got. I was looking for something to do a ruffle on the bottom of the sun room sheers and I wanted pink, pale blue or aqua and pale green of some sort. I am normally all about the cabbage roses and sort of shabby chic patterns, but I wanted to bring my decor into the 21st century so I was aiming for a more modern pattern. I ended up with a Moda fabric from their Swanky line and it's gonna make a cute border I think. There are 4 full bands of the pattern in the width. Very cool. I'm gonna use it upside down so that the pale is on top. This is not as bright as what I saw in my head for the ruffle on those sheers, but I think it'll look pretty cool.
Then I found this great fabric in the clearance section - its from the Floragraphix II collection from In the Begininng. Too awesome. I bought all they had left (just under 2 yards, but it was fun to say "I'll take it all!") I have no clue what I'll do with it, but I think it may go to my shop. My new logo has teal in it, and this might look nice as a backdrop for the french door to the stockroom, or maybe a table skirt? It doesn't have dragonflies, but its pretty darn cool. (The shop is called Dragonfly Garden, in case you didn't know.)
Then I got a couple fat quarters of Leaf Trellis by Lila Tueller, also for Moda. I just love Moda. No clue what I'm doing with this either, but I'm really liking the color combo so I might look for more.
A couple other fat quarters made it into the pile, but I don't know where they come from. I'll have to share pictures later when I can get them uploaded. There was definitely a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow for me there today & I can't wait to go back.