Tag Archives: Heather Ross

Today I’m showing you some more things I made for Kid’s Clothing Week last week. My children love to play outside and get absolutely filthy digging for earthworms and playing whatever comes into their imaginations, so choosing this project was easy! I wanted to make each of them Explorer Vests from Liesl Gibson’s book, Little…

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Let’s talk about Quilt Market! Before I get into the booths and the incredible talent I saw, I have to tell you a bit about my personal experience with the travel and being in a city! I’ll keep it short and show you the good stuff. I traveled to Minneapolis last week. It was the…

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I haven’t been able to get good pictures all week because we’ve had nothing but heavy grey skies. I’ve still been hard at work however. I received a custom order from a good customer for a blanket. She chose the main fabric, and I had total freedom on what to do from there. The quilt…

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It’s happened again. The Oliver + S bug has bitten me, and this time I made Layla the Class Picnic Blouse with a print from Heather Ross’s Briar Rose. I think this is one of the quickest and easiest clothing patterns I’ve ever used. The Ice Cream Dress/Blouse would be a close contender. I think…

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The alternate title to this post is : “The Many, Many Expressions of My Three Year Old” You’ll see why before too long. A few weeks ago, I found myself browsing Heather Ross’ new line, Briar Rose. I admit I was not immediately captivated by the line like so many others. But after seeing post…

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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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