Several months ago I participated in a worldwide Liberty postage stamp block swap. Twenty-eight women across the globe made twenty-eight sixteen patch blocks, and we sent off twenty-seven of them to the other women and received as many in return. Liberty has such a vast range we were sure to get back a variety of […]

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I have several seasoned clients that I’ve made many a project for. I always love making for those people, because I feel like I know them a little bit through the creative journey I’ve gone on with them. One particular lady has such stellar and consistent taste in color, and she is always a joy to […]

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  • Lara

    Love both of these quilts Meredith! What lucky sisters. Really admire your hand quitting. Your stitches are so perfect!ReplyCancel

  • ah!!!! so that’s what happened with all that purple and olive fabric! love it and such an unusual color combination.ReplyCancel

  • It’s beautiful, Meredith! All of the fabrics you chose are so pretty and look perfect together!ReplyCancel

I have taken a week off of here for two reasons. The first is that we were out of town for a week and I didn’t have a computer. The second is that I knew I wanted to return with this post, and I just didn’t know the words to write. I still don’t feel […]

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  • Jennifer

    I have no words. God is so amazing and these ladies were angels. You are worthy of all the love showered on you!ReplyCancel

  • Emily

    AWEsome Meredith. God is great.

    Also can I say…you must really like Janome even though they were such poopers to you when your $$$$ machine konked out. Now that’s loyalty.ReplyCancel

  • How wonderful! Bless the Lord. He cares about every little detail ; )
    I know the Lord will bless these two womenReplyCancel

  • Agnes

    God is good. And those two women are truly “being the good”. Wishing your husband the best of luck in the job search.ReplyCancel

  • I loved reading this! I don’t think it could have happened to a kinder person.ReplyCancel

  • Oh, this is such a great post! I am so happy to hear that you have these new machines. What a blessing to be on the receiving end of such generosity! I hope those two lovely ladies who gifted you the machines feel very blessed, too. I know you will make amazing things with them.ReplyCancel

  • emily

    you deserve it!!!!ReplyCancel

  • This is so amazing. I hadn’t checked in for a while (you know how life gets) and I am so glad to hear that there are generous people in the world and that you will be able to retire the Hello Kitty machine to it’s rightful owner ;) You totally deserve it! I cannot wait to see what amazing creations you make using these machines.ReplyCancel

Yesterday was the big anatomy scan.   Our tie breaker is… A BOY! -Meredith Like this:Like Loading…

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  • Ashley

    Yay, congrats! (we got the same news here recently!)ReplyCancel

  • Enny

    I don’t want to alarm you but that’s not where the “boy part” is supposed to be ;)

    Congratulations!!! Boys are wonderful :)ReplyCancel

  • Elisabeth

    Congratulations! We have two boys and a girl and it’s a lot of fun.ReplyCancel

Just when you think you’ve seen them all, I’m making even more of them. :) I’m not really sorry. I made three custom Caravan Totes with Liberty of London and a crazy soft faux leather. All of them have hand stitched details on the leather portions. Those imperfect little stitches were¬†time consuming, and my fingers […]

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