Westwood Fabrics liberty tana lawn bundle of the month club. They charge your credit card monthly and ship you a bundle of 10 fat sixteenth/eighth/quarters. It was $26.30 a month with shipping for the 1/16ths, which was as much as I was willing to spend on such a luxury indulgence with the inclusion of randomness mixed in.
You see, I bought two yards of Liberty three years ago when fabric.com had it on sale for $32 a yard *gulp* finding the whole notion romantic and all. I put in in the wash and the medium blue ran and redeposited on the fabric in light blotches.
It sits in my garment stash unused until I can find the right pattern, so you can understand why I have mixed feelings on Liberty, and consider going into therapy anytime I wade through my garment fabric stash and see it :o
I hadn't seen reviews for this fabric club last time I searched, so I thought I'd throw up some pictures of what I've received in case anybody is wondering what some of the adorable shipments going out in it look like.
Pros - I have a lovely little stash of Liberty, and I really like some of the prints. They lend themselves well to paper piecing and little projects. I get to act like I know what's up in the world.
I also spent a lot of money and yardage wise, I still only have 1/3 of a small shoebox filled with it.
Verdict: if you have the money and you don't need to love every print of a club, this is fun. I cancelled it a couple of months ago because I couldn't justify the expense any more, but I think it's a great way to try out the options if you're in the US.