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I ordered a perfectly adorable boyish selection of prints from DuckaDilly a little while back with a dual purpose; I wanted to use them in Teddy’s sixteen patch quilt (whenever that happens, ahem) and I wanted to use some for decor in his little nook in our room. I like having the children in our…

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Several years ago, when I was pregnant with Layla the sewing bug bit me. Hard. I got out my sewing machine and, well, I haven’t stopped since. Its been a daily part of my life. Those pregnancy hormones really induce a serious crafty nesting mentality in me. This pregnancy gave me pause on that front…

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Have you made one my 30 Minutes Skirts? What are you waiting for?! Perhaps you don’t have lining fabric around. If you are not a garment maker, this is actually pretty likely, so today I’m showing you that you can use two prints to make a reversible skirt!  you can see by the wrinkles, Layla’s…

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I have a whirlwind of a week happening here. Between trying to finish up two quilts (hand quilting one, machine quilting another), and preparing to head out of town for a few days, I’m feeling a little swamped. Excited, though, not overwhelmed. Today I’m thinking about a twin size Opposite Attract quilt. I wanted it…

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I have been wanting to make this bag for months! I’ve checked the Janome + Anna Maria site almost daily waiting for its debut. Last week, when Pierette announced that the pattern was up, I dropped all plans, and focused entirely on the Right Turn Bag. It was such fun to pull fabrics and ribbons for…

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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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