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Recently I was commissioned by a good client of mine to make some pillows for a friend of hers. She explained that her friend lost her 10 year old daughter to cancer, and that her daughter’s favorite things were unicorns and rainbows. She saw my Pegasus pillow and asked if I was up for the […]

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That title sounds far too serious. Liberty Courthouse is the quilt I made for a dear friend of mine who was so long overdue to receive a made-by-Meredith gift. Every year at Christmas I pick one person who will be the recipient of a big handmade thing. I mean, I normally give out smaller things […]

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  • Lauren

    Beautiful… and that hand quilting is amazing as always!ReplyCancel

  • it’s beautiful! i am sure your friend will treasure it.ReplyCancel

  • B.Bailey

    I think it’s a beautiful work of art. I love how you used a lot of prints and love the colors and scrappiness – set off by your gorgeous hand quilting.ReplyCancel

I just love all things Anna Maria Horner and I relish any chance I get to sew with her fabrics. She’s been my favorite since early 2010 when I discovered her bold and vibrant fabrics. To this day, she is the only artist whose fabric I buy all of. So it should come as no […]

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  • Love the bag!!
    One question I have – how much space is there between the needle and the machine?ReplyCancel

    • There is about 3/4″ between the needle and plate, which I think is pretty average.ReplyCancel

  • Lauren

    Meredith, that’s so gorgeous! I really love how vibrant it is and the shape is awesome! AMH fabrics are the best – love how they all go together so beautifully!ReplyCancel

  • Gorgeous! Love AMHReplyCancel

Today’s the day to add your completed Shift Quilt top to be entered to win our super awesome grand prize!! The Prize a fat eighth bundle on Alison Glass’s brand new collection Seventy-Six, a $30 gift card to Hawthorne Threads, a $50 gift card to DuckaDilly, and a fat quarter bundle of Cotton + Steel […]

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  • Kaylyn Owens

    I still can’t get the link up to work. ReplyCancel

    • :( my website host is working on it. I’m extremely frustrated, and I cannot tell you how sorry I am that these issues continue to happen. I will contact you and announce on Instagram when the issue is resolved. ReplyCancel

    • It works!!! FINALLY. you may not be able to do it on your mobile browser, but the link up does work on a computer and I assume tablets as well. THANK YOU for being so patient. ReplyCancel

I have been waiting to write this blog post for a while now! I’m so excited. Janome reached out to me two months ago to see if I would like to try out their new M100 machine, which is Anna Maria Horner’s limited edition machine. Without any hesitation, I agreed! I’ve been using Janome machines […]

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  • you pillow is super cute!ReplyCancel

  • what a magical bedroom! that unicorn is amazing. pretty sure the little girl in me would never want to leave that room, like ever!ReplyCancel

  • Barbara Macey

    You are so generous in sharing this tutorial. Thank You ever so much. I plan to make this for a little girl nearby who is now without a mother.ReplyCancel

  • […] to cancer, and that her daughter’s favorite things were unicorns and rainbows. She saw my Pegasus pillow and asked if I was up for the challenge. I was so touched by her story and felt tremendously […]ReplyCancel

  • Christine

    Hi, thanks for the review! I have a question about this machine. I know it comes with a 1/4 inch foot and I know you can move the needle to the right from the 3.5 center position to a 4. Does that give you a good scant 1/4 inch seam or does the needle move a bit too much? I tested one today and didn’t have a ruler to measure that scant seam. I love the thread cutter!ReplyCancel

    • @christine.higgins hi there! So I am obsessed with this machine. I get a perfect 1/4″ on the machine. I do not use the 1/4″ foot- I actually use the A foot on 3.5 position or the walking foot on 4 or 4.5″. The tension on the machine is perfect every single time I use it. If I can answer any other questions please feel free to ask. ReplyCancel