Category Archives: Nano Iro

It’s been one of those days. One of those weeks, really. The kind where mothering has been constant and draining. The kind where I don’t get to use the bathroom until my husband gets home at night because there has been no break.  We were at All Children’s all day Tuesday for Wallace to have […]

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  • That Nani Iro fabric is absolutely stunning! It looks great on you. This is my kind of simple summer outfit. I have made the Carolyn shorts in rayon for everyday wear, too. It’s such a nice pattern that it would be a shame to use it only as pajamas! I hope Wallace continues to heal quickly!ReplyCancel

  • your akita is adorable! and i’m happy to hear about pennie fabrics – we go to sarasota every year and i will definitely visit.ReplyCancel

  • hello gorgeous!! glad wallace is on the mend, and hopefully that akita top will cheer the both of you up!!ReplyCancel

I finished up my latest sixteen patch quilt! I fall more in love with this classic style quilt with each one I make. This one features a range of bright and cheerful Liberty prints and Nani Iro Pocho in Soda. I hand quilted it as I always do, though it seems especially fitting paired with […]

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  • Scrumptious!!! I’ve never used liberty fabrics, they are just waaay too far out of my budget for the time being, but I did back a quilt with AMH voile a few months back, and it is so lovely, especially with wool batting. I can just imagine how cuddly this is. beautifully done.ReplyCancel

  • Scrumptious!!! I’ve never used liberty fabrics, they are just waaay too far out of my budget for the time being, but I did back a quilt with AMH voile a few months back, and it is so lovely, especially with wool batting. I can just imagine how cuddly this is. beautifully done.ReplyCancel

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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  • Linda Wilson

    Hi I love your quilt top. I was wondering if this would be the same swap that I was in and it was! I was able to find my block in your quilt! so cool. Thank you for sharing your quilt top.ReplyCancel

  • Vivien Levermore

    I am wondering if you can send me a copy of the feather pattern? I have been to Anna Maria Horner’s site, but I can’t find it there anywhere. My daughter wants me to make her a table runner with feathers on it.

    Thank you,

    VivienReplyCancel

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’ve had a draft of this post for a whole month, and here we are. I’ve been in a funk and things are not getting published as soon as I would like. But I do have some new stuff you show you! Rae asked me to test out her Beatrix pattern a while back. It […]

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  • they look great, love the nani iro!ReplyCancel

  • You are a ROCKSTAR at making garments! I love everything you make! Your fit is always spot on (Even though you say you cut the hem too high on this one)! I feel like everything you make looks like something you would buy in a store! The quality is impeccable!ReplyCancel

  • I love these both so much!! You did a fantastic job! I’m also really curious to see if the final pattern pieces work for you or if you’re going to have to keep using your “hacked” tester version LOL… keep me posted!!!

    :)ReplyCancel

  • this is amazing! love it!!! you really made that nani iro freeway print come alive!ReplyCancel