Category Archives: Etsy

I’ve been one busy lady this past week. I made a bunch of new bags for my Etsy shop. I generally sell them on Instagram, but they go so fast on there and they don’t hang around long enough to be blogged about. So let me tell you about these! All bags are one of […]

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Do you have your fabrics cut? Today we’re going to begin sewing our blocks. Whether you are sewing a small quilt or a large one, I find it easy to tackle them [the blocks] in batches. Going in the order of the directions in the pattern, I’ve sewn up all the Small Introvert blocks first. […]

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  • looks like origami! or candy! can’t wait to see the finished quilt!ReplyCancel

A couple of weeks ago I got a custom order for a Super Tote (pattern from Noodlehead). We went back and forth on fabrics and finally decided that Michael Miller’s Glitz fabrics were the perfect choice. My client actually decided on all the placement, so I can’t take a bit of credit for that.  Isn’t […]

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  • This is just the neatest bag. I love the metalic fabric, it really does make it glitzy! I’ll have to add that pattern to my list of bags I’d ike to try making, it looks like a very useful bag style for me!ReplyCancel

  • such a fun bag!!! love how it came out :)ReplyCancel

Today is the big kick off for the Opposites Attract quilt-along! Do you have your pattern? If not, you can download it from my shop or from Pink Chalk Fabrics. To begin, you’ll need to choose what size quilt you would like to make (pattern includes instructions for five sizes, baby through King), then use […]

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  • I’m excited! I bought the pattern last week :) Now I just need to figure out what fabric I want to use.ReplyCancel

  • Joseph

    I bought the pattern the last day is was on sale. I originally planned to make the queen size quilt in the cool to warm color scheme, but became overwhelmed! Now I am making the style and size on the cover. I have made 16 of the blocks so far. Hopefully, I’ll be able to get this done in a timely manner. LOLReplyCancel

    • Wow! You’ve made a lot of progress! I hope you will find the quilt a long just the encouragement you need to keep going. :) You’re way ahead of us already!ReplyCancel

  • […] purchased your Opposites Attract pattern, head over to my shop and grab a copy so you can join the Quilt Along! We’re only one post in, and this week we’re gathering fabrics and planning our quilts. […]ReplyCancel

As the sun sets on 2014, I’m in a reflective state. I’m sure many of us are, as the expected end of anything often brings on waves of pensiveness, trepidation, and even dreams of things to come. I can’t help but think back on years past as the time had come for one year to […]

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  • kimberly

    Happy New Year to you and your family! thanks you for taking the time to share through blog. Can’t wait to see more of your quilt and pattern. It’s an awesome quilt. Cheers!ReplyCancel

  • What a beautiful post! You’ve got big things coming in 2015 if you stay on this same trajectory as your 2014 recap is truely a thing to envy. Happy New Year!ReplyCancel

  • Wow! You were certainly busy. I’m a fairly new reader and am so glad that I stumbled upon your site. I absolutely adore your work, especially the animal square quilt you made and cannot wait to see what you do in 2015. Happy New Year!ReplyCancel

  • You made so many beautiful things this year! I’m looking forward to seeing what you do in 2015 :)ReplyCancel

  • Everything you make is so lovely! I’ve enjoyed reading your blog this year and I’ve gotten so much inspiration from all of your creations. Best Wishes for a wonderful 2015!ReplyCancel

  • You have made allot of amazing things this yeara, and thank you for shearing a being and incredible source of inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • wow! what a wonderful post filled with the sunniest and brightest reflections on 2014. HAPPY 2015!!!!!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Lara

    Such a beautiful post Meredith! It’s been lovely watching your creative journey throughout the year and getting to see glimpses of you as a mum to your beautiful children. Much love, L xReplyCancel