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Pencil Case Tutorial

Pencil Case Tutorial

So I thought it was about time to write up the tutorial for my basic pencil case. This pattern is a quick, simple make that is perfect for getting you comfortable with interfacing and zippers (and it makes a pretty quick gift, too!). This is the first pouch we do in my popular Bag Basics...

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Hello March

Well Hello, March!

I am not going to lie to you, I am very happy January and February are over! I am not a winter person – at all – so longer, sunnier days, and the thought of spring to come (even if it is still about 2 months away for us here in the north), is enough...

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Workshops

January & February Workshops

I am happy to announce the January and February workshops are now open for registration (January has been open for about a week now, but officially now on the website!). Getting the Workshop Studio set up over the Christmas Holidays was honestly, a lot of fun. Sure, it took 3-4 coats of paint and the...

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Workshop

Made by Meag Workshop Studio

Welcome to 2019 – a few weeks late! This post has been some time coming! Hello, and welcome to the new Made by Meag Studio Workshop, and improved website! Over the past few weeks I have been playing around behind the scenes trying to get the website updated and more user friendly, and ultimately, add...

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A New Kind of Sewing

Way back in August while sitting in a friend’s backyard (most likely enjoying a beverage or two) and watching our 4 kids run, jump and play, I decided to join an instagram paper piecing swap. I love swaps. I had only done one before, but I love the idea of them and trying new things...

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New Pattern – Finding my Sew-Jo!

I really like trying out new patterns. I don’t get a lot of time for it, but I enjoy it when I get the chance. Right now I have a stack of over a dozen new bag patterns to try plus a plethora of clothing ones to sew up. I’ve promised myself more time to...

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Shopping for Fabric on the East Coast

Sometimes I think it’s a compulsion.  If I’m in a new city, I need to find some local fabric stores. The first thing most people do (I assume) when they arrive in a new city, or plan a trip, is look up local attractions,  maybe some parks, but most definitely, they research local, active things...

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