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I LOVE when dreams become reality. Back when Liberty Love came out I remember swooning over the matching man and boy buttondown shirts made up in Tom’s Jets. When I found out Wallace was a boy at our 18 week ultrasound, I searched high and low for even a small piece of this print. I […]

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Toward the end of January, I had gotten as far as I could on Teddy’s Beautyberry Blanket (because I’ve run out of yarn!), and I was feeling antsy about not having an active hand work project. I couldn’t afford the yarn at the time, so I had to come up with another project with supplies […]

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  • it’s beautiful, meredith. i admire your willingness to just jump in and make.ReplyCancel

  • Lauren

    It turned out so beautiful! I love that book. I have the merging pathways design on my project list, but haven’t picked out something to stitch it on yet.ReplyCancel

I dropping in today to give you a heads up that I’m having a little sale on my Instagram account (thefooshe). I’ve made up a small batch of flat bottom Liberty and leather project bags that I’m selling to offset some baby costs. I forgot just how expensive tiny people can be!    If you […]

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  • Alex Newport

    These are beautiful! Do you ever do custom sized bags?ReplyCancel

    • I do! Most of the work I do is custom, so if there’s anything in particular you are looking for, I would love to try to make it for you. :) ReplyCancel

  • Your bags are lovely! This is great inspiration for the smaller pieces of Liberty in my stash.
    Congratulations on the new arrival :)ReplyCancel

Oh, I’ve been a busy bee! I got into the non stop crafting mode well before Market and now I haven’t been able to stop. And I like it! So many things are happening I can hardly keep up on here.  Last weekend I was hoping to finish up Layla’s quilt. Only I caught a […]

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  • Andrea M

    They’re great! I’m currently trying to teach myself to knit and am struggling! I can crochet, but knitting just isn’t clicking yet…. Any tips??ReplyCancel

  • Jo-Anne Flink

    You are just AMAZING! I was taught many years ago how to basically knit, but I sucked at it. You just decided one day that you wanted to knit and that was it. Good for you. Same with your sewing! I couldn’t be more proud of you if you were my own sister (although since I am older then your Mom, I guess you are kind of my adopted neighbor daughter :) )

    Keep it up and I think you are doing greatReplyCancel