Category Archives: Alexia Marcelle Abegg

Sewing with Kids : starting a quilt

This week in our Sewing with Kids series, we are planning out a large project- a new twin size quilt. See how we are tackling the planning and cutting in this post.

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Hudson

I’m back today to show you my latest custom quilt, and gosh, I really really loved making it. Let me show you! My client commissioned me to make this quilt for a brand new baby named Hudson who was named for the Hudson River and Valley. It holds significant meaning for the parents who first…

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Passing it on

I’ve been staying quite busy with custom work the past couple of months. Today I sent off an order, and while I was packing it up, Layla was downstairs in our studio/school room choosing fabrics. She brought me her bundle and asked to make a quilt for her stuffed cat to lay on when she…

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A sunny addition

My dear friend who owns Jones & Vandermeer knows my great love of Liberty’s classic Wiltshire. She was so kind to send some of their new, exclusive color way to me to play with. Wiltshire always makes me go a little gaga, but with this color being exclusive, I felt like I needed to make…

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Its a brave new world

I have a new computer! This is my first non-mobile blog post since September, and man, does it feel good. I’ve only been able to use a physical computer at the library and my kids were so crazy I only attempted it once. So here I am, typing on my very own computer. yay! This…

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Welcome to Olivia Jane Handcrafted! I'm Meredith and this is my creative journal. Here you'll find loads of inspiration for a handmade wardrobe, home decor, bags, and quilts. I even have plenty of projects and tutorials to get you started or help you along the way. 

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