Quilting is kind of this magical thing to me. When you see a quilt in someone’s home, there is typically an inherent heirloom quality and or story behind it that is usually bigger than “I bought this at Bed Bath and Beyond.” That sort of importance is maintained, but modernized in Meg’s beautiful handmade pieces of true artwork. These aren’t your great grandmother’s quilts, but they do maintain a similar integrity. All of Meg’s pieces are designed, dyed, and produced in Rhode Island. I’m a sucker for tradition and keepsakes and I’m a sucker for good construction. This plus that equals fan for life.
So great, right? I’ve been talking about it for years, but I really do what to learn how to quilt. Like ASAP.
I’m in love with her uber cool quilts and am so anxious to see what other work she does in the future.