I’ve decided to wait until I have more baby related things to show before posting about the whole cloth quilt I made. In the mean time, I want to share with you some garments I’ve made to wear after the baby makes his arrival (hopefully this week sometime!) I was gifted several absolutely stunning cuts […]

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  • Jo-Anne Flink

    It looks really pretty, and comfortable. Good luck with the babyReplyCancel

  • Lauren

    You did such a fantastic job! It looks awesome in the Liberty print especially with those buttons. It will be a stunning going home from the hospital outfit!ReplyCancel

  • Oh, Meredith, this is beautiful!ReplyCancel

Good afternoon! I told you I’d be back sooner than later! This past weekend I tackled a baby project, and thankfully I’ve been able to maintain good momentum since. The ladies at Hawthorne Threads gifted me a cut of their Forest Fables fabric (Forest Caravan in Indigo) for the new little man. I intended to […]

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  • Jo-Anne Flink

    The outfit is so cute. Regarding the cold, it is easier to say you would like cool weather when you aren’t shoveling it :)

    Glad you are feeling well. Keep sewing and knittingReplyCancel

  • emily

    so darling! the latest member of your family is going to look ridiculously cute in it!ReplyCancel

My January has pretty much been the complete opposite of what I had envisioned. I mean, hello! We’re 22 days in and this is my first post? NOT remotely close to what I had intended. You see, I think October – December were so insane, and I overworked myself so much that I’ve been experiencing […]

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  • Wow Meredith! Your knitting has come along so great. You have made some beautiful things. The gradient cowl is gorgeous. If you have a minute, pop over to my blog and have a look at the giant needles my hubby made me : )ReplyCancel

You are the month that really got away from me. At least, mentally. December began with what was probably my most major commission of the whole year. It was a rush job that had to be in the hands of the intended recipient by the 13th of the month. This gorgeous quilt was commissioned by […]

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  • Happy New Year, Meredith! I hope 2016 brings you blessings abound.ReplyCancel

  • Lauren

    Hi Meredith! I just found your blog while looking for some inspiration for an Anna Maria Horner sleep sack I’m planning for my little one. Your work is gorgeous! Can’t see what you make for 2016. Many blessings for the New Year!ReplyCancel

  • Lara

    Wow Meredith you accomplished so much in December!! I so hope that 2016 brings you many blessings and that you’re able to find the perfect home for your growing wee family. Much love xxReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    Thanks for sharing your beautiful work! I hope things go well for your family in 2016!ReplyCancel

  • emily

    Wow! The quilts are amazing. I had been waiting with baited breath to see the unveiling of the first quilt! Bravo!!!!ReplyCancel

Welcome to my stop on the Roam Blog Hop brought to you by the wonderful crew over at Hawthorne Threads. I have been shopping there for years and purchased loads of fabric, so I was tickled when they asked if I would join in on the blog hop. They’ve been designing and printing their own […]

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  • Lee

    I would love to make a messenger bag! Love your bag !!ReplyCancel

  • A little elf told me I * might* be getting the farmer’s wife quilt book for Christmas and seeing as I live out west, buffalo country ( or not far from) I thought this would be the perfect fabric! Thanks for hosting such a lovely giveaway and as always your work is beautiful- gorgeous tote!ReplyCancel

  • I would love to make quilt! I just finished making a purse for my daughter. I might have to try the one you made it looks like a good one.ReplyCancel

  • Linda Webster

    I’d make a star wall hanging for my dining room.ReplyCancel

  • Mariann Bond

    Would love, love, love these fabrics for a baby quilt. My girlfriend is expecting her first grandchild and it’s a boy! Would be perfect Meredith!!!!ReplyCancel

  • barbara woods

    I would use it in a quiltReplyCancel

  • Donna

    I think this would make such a sweet baby quilt! Your bag is beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Doris McCarty

    Lovely tote! I absolutely love this line.

  • Caroline flynn

    I would make a bag tooReplyCancel

  • Janet Best

    Love your bag! I would like to make a quilt with this fabric.ReplyCancel

  • Robin

    Yep a baby boy quilt is calling my name as I look at these beautiful colors.ReplyCancel

  • Michele Timms

    Beautiful bag!! I love everything about it!!! This fabric collection is very sweet and would make a darling baby quilt!!ReplyCancel

  • Carole

    If I win in gonna make the exact same bag you made exactly ❤️❤️❤️❤️ Love how you use the leather with a lot of your creations ❤️❤️ReplyCancel

  • Saree

    It’s such a soft baby boy palette! It begs to be made into a quilt. But I do love your bag!!ReplyCancel

  • Jeni

    Ah, love this line. My girls are really into peach these days (because why does everyone like PINK so much?) so I would definitely make them a quilt for their playroom…and probably a pouch or two for me :)ReplyCancel

  • Cindy B

    I love the bag you made, especially the leather accents. I would use the material to add accents to a denim apron and probably make a baby quilt as well.ReplyCancel

  • Alana

    Simply beautiful! The leather accents really make the bag special. I love this color palette and would make a baby quilt for the baby we’re expecting :)ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Smith

    These are so pretty! I would make something for my daughter with these–maybe a skirt or dress.ReplyCancel

  • Cate Cranford

    I would make a fun bag highlighting the buffalo. We see them from time to time here in Montana!ReplyCancel

  • Susan K

    I think I’d make a simple squares quilt. I love these fabrics and sometimes a simple quilt showcases the fabrics the best.ReplyCancel

  • Emily

    FABULOUS bag Meredith!ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer

    Great bag, love the leather! I’d most likely make a quilt, since I’m fairly decent at those :) It’s a fantastic line, thanks for the giveaway!ReplyCancel

  • Tamara

    I’m feeling an urge to begin sewing clothes — maybe a pretty blouse out of this beautiful collection!ReplyCancel

  • I would make a quilt with it!ReplyCancel

  • Kristine Sjoblom

    What a great bag. I would love to make one just like yours.ReplyCancel

  • Kris H

    Most likely a bag. I love the fabric!!ReplyCancel

  • Jan Harvey

    Love this fabric! The buffaloes are the cutest! I’d make a small quilt for my grandson to use.ReplyCancel

  • Chiska

    What a great bag! I’d love to make a quilt.ReplyCancel

  • The more I see this fabric, the more I love it! I would make a paper pieced Succulent Shelf wall hanging from this…its gorgeous fabric!!ReplyCancel

  • annabelle

    I’m not sure what I would make but I do know my kids would love the buffalo :)
    Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • carolyn montgomery

    i would make a quilt for my great granddaughter 1st birthday in march. thanks for the giveaway.ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Marie

    Your bag is gorgeous, looks so well made! I love the Roam fabrics and would like to use them to make a lap quilt.ReplyCancel

  • Amorette

    I really like the leather with the buffalo plaid. I think I would have to try a bag like this!ReplyCancel

  • tac

    Love these fabrics. I think they would make a great lap quilt for a friend.ReplyCancel

  • Ronda

    Love this collection, I would be tempted to make some lined drawstring bags as gift holders! RondaReplyCancel

  • Laura M

    Love that bag pattern that you showed. had not seen it before.
    I would make a quilt for a special friend. Those colors are so peaceful.ReplyCancel

  • Vicki H

    I would make a quilt for my sister.ReplyCancel

  • Sandy K

    I need new pillows, these would be perfect.ReplyCancel

  • sharon

    I would make a quilt adding some of those pretty blue and pink in solids
    thank you for the giveawayReplyCancel

  • Lynne Tilley

    I would make beautiful quilt. I have scads and scads of patterns I’ve been collecting, and I’ve never made anything just in blues and I love those light taupes, wonderful!!!ReplyCancel

  • Piroska

    Beautiful bag! The fabrics are just gorgeous.
    I’d love to make a dress or jumper for my little granddaughter.ReplyCancel

  • Rochelle

    Wow, I love that purse. That watercolor fabric is so lucious. Think I would make a tote or a quilt. Thank you for the idea and the opportunity to win.ReplyCancel

  • Noreen Trotsky

    I’m loving the bag you made. Would love to make a similar one- or maybe I should stick to quilting !ReplyCancel

  • Andrea Burnap

    a quilt, definitely a quilt. Thinking a Lone Star, maybe, but I’ve got to play with them first!ReplyCancel

  • Your Caravan Tote is just lovely! I have made quite a few and love the pattern as well as most of Anna’s. Have always wanted to try Hawthorne’s fabric line. I have been buying from them for years. I have Anna’s new Makers Tote on my list of bags to try and these fat quarters would be perfect! Happy Holidays to you and yours!ReplyCancel

  • Mom C

    Mostly I make quilts with FQs but I love your bag and the tutorial makes it look easy. Thanks.ReplyCancel

  • Emily C

    I would love this for some couch cushions.ReplyCancel

  • Cassie Barry

    I would make a cute dress for my little girl. :) Love the designs!ReplyCancel

  • Paula K.

    The fabrics are great! I would love to make a quilt for my bedroom. I think they would compliment my rug color.
    Paula K.ReplyCancel

  • Your bag is lovely – the caravan tote is on my list! And that exterior print is very inline with the 2016 Pantone colour of the year! You will be right on trend!!ReplyCancel

  • Chris

    I’d make a quilt for sure. Beautiful fabric.ReplyCancel

  • Bronwyn Carr

    That bag is v v cool! Love the blues and the leather accents. I’ve been busy making quilts lately and haven’t made a bag all year. I’d definitely make a new bag if I won this awesome bundle of fabric :)ReplyCancel

  • Hannah W

    Lovely fabric! I would make some throw pillows for our leather couch…similar in color to the leather you used. I can see them now:)ReplyCancel

  • Claire Sutherland

    Absolutely love your bag and it showcases these beautiful fabrics perfectly. I would make a quilted tote bag to take with me to Florida on holiday at New Year x
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot comReplyCancel

  • Suzanne Sipple

    Such lovely fabric. It would be perfect for cushions in my living room.ReplyCancel

  • Aidel.K

    Your bag is lovely & you are the only one who will ever notice that very slightly un-straight stitching! This fabric collection is so nice; I would probably make something for my granddaughter.ReplyCancel

  • Jessica P.

    You are very talented. I am certain that if I made this bag it wouldn’t look any where as good as yours! The colors in the line are gorgeous. Thank you for the chance.ReplyCancel

  • WendyDP

    Beautiful bag and fabric! I’d love to make a baby quilt with this line :)ReplyCancel

  • Cindy Pilkington

    Seeing your bag, I would make a book bag for my nephews for school.ReplyCancel

  • sop.hie.s

    I would love to use these fabrics to make a little dress for my daughter!ReplyCancel

  • Lori Morton

    Oh my gosh!! I would love to make a purse or Tote!! These are my Daughter’s fave colors…know she would be thrilled!!! (& I would get to keep the scraps!! he he) Thanks for chance to win! :)ReplyCancel

  • Susan G

    Wow, you are talented. I would never attempt something so difficult as a purse. But I would love to make a bed runner and/or pillows with this gorgeous Roam fabricReplyCancel

  • Janie

    Love the color combination of your bag. Thank you for the inspiration and the giveaway.ReplyCancel

  • Beth

    Kitchen accessories & a Sew Together Bag!ReplyCancel

  • Dawn Jones

    I would make a quilt or a bed runner. Have a great day!ReplyCancel

  • Pam

    I would make a tiered ruffled skirt for my granddaughter, and maybe a matching vest. What wonderful fabric! Thanks for sharing this, and thanks for all the inspiration on your blog!ReplyCancel

  • Quilting Tangent

    I would make a quilt.ReplyCancel

  • micayla

    Oh gosh, love the bag so cute!Thanks for the giveaway chance :)ReplyCancel

  • Nicole Sender

    Love your Messenger Bag! Like the zippers! I’d like to make a quilt with Roam.ReplyCancel

  • Lynn McIndoe

    I have never made a quilt in paler blue and pink, and this just might be the perfect range to do it with. I love the feather and the buffalo prints. Hawthorne are such a great company to deal with too.ReplyCancel

  • Linda Webster

    I’d make a tablecloth for my dining room table. I love the colours!ReplyCancel

  • I think these fabrics would make gorgeous pillows. Your bag is wonderful, really nice work!ReplyCancel

  • Carol D

    Love the Buffalo plaid and the way you trimmed the edge of the pocket, such a lovely touch. Hoping to have time to make my own caravan tote soon, I purchased it as a birthday gift to myself last month.ReplyCancel

  • Mara

    Beautiful! I’m really interested in knowing what color the Aurifil spools are in the last photo? They match perfectly!ReplyCancel

  • Melanie

    That is a beautiful palette. Would make a lovely baby quiltReplyCancel

  • Brenda

    Love your bag. I grew up in North Dakota, right in the middle of the Great Plains. Lots of farmers in the area have started raising buffalo as well as cattle for meat. There are three white buffalo in Jamestown, ND.ReplyCancel

  • Sarai

    I would use some for a quilt I’m planning for my husband and some for little crayon/art envelope/clutches for my daughters.ReplyCancel

  • India

    Tbh, I think I would be a real copycat and make the same bag with different colo. I have had pattern both the bag and some gorgeous buttery leather for some time, just waiting for the exact pattern. I think this might just be the timeReplyCancel

  • Karen

    You have made a beautiful bag. I would love to try something with the leather, as well. Thank you for the inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • Linda E in AZ

    I’d love to make a quilt or two with those lovely fabrics. Thanks!ReplyCancel