LakeHouse was originally established in 1988 as a design studio devoted to licensing product and surface designs to manufacturers in the craft, home textile, gift, stationery & wallpaper industries.

Prior to that it's founder, Holly Holderman enjoyed a successful career in interior architecture and design devoted to small commercial and residential projects with offices in Marin County California and New York City

Holly has loved quilts for as long as she can remember. She made her first quilt as a teenager and began collecting antique quilts and quilt blocks in her late teens. Her first quilt purchase was a Texas Star, it remains one of her favorites to this day.

Fifteen years after it's inception, LakeHouse the design licensing studio morphed into LakeHouse Dry Goods a textile design, converting & importing business with an emphasis on fabrics for quilting, baby bedding and children's clothing.  As of 2012, LakeHouse project patterns patterns for aprons, table runners, lap, wall & bed quilts and the like are being written & published by

Holly's best-selling designs have appeared in numerous magazines like McCall's Quilting, McCall's Quick Quilts, American Patchwork and Quilting, Quilts and More, Fab Shop News, Home Fashion Daily, Country Home, Country Living and Mary Engelbreit's Home Companion.

Twice a year, LakeHouse displays new designs at both the International Quilt Market / Fall held in Houston,Texas and International Quilt Market / Spring held most recently in Kansas City, Missouri. 

Pam Kitty Love is based on a collaboration between Holly and quilting blogger Pam Vieria-McGinnis of  LakeHouse is pleased to introduce the Pam Kitty Love fabric collection to Independent Quilt Shops worldwide in December 2012.   

Sweet Things, Holly's newest line of 96 bright, playful fabrics is due to be delivered to an Independent Quilt Shop near you in late Spring 2013.