Slow Down with Aneela Hoey's Meander
Slow down with Aneela's MeanderMeander is all about enjoying the great outdoors and Aneela Hoey drew inspiration from lazy-day picnics, tea time stories and afternoon walks. Aneela has included favourite ideas from past collections and added some new basics like printed gingham and tossed square dots to accompany wild horses, foxes and meadow designs. The palette of caramel, orange and dusty blues is very now and the perfect way to settle into the start of autumn.
There are two hero prints: one with foxes and the other with horses. I'm still waiting on a couple of colourways, but there are five colourways of the horses and six different fox fabrics.
The strength of this collection though is the variety of supporting prints. There's printed plaids and spots that would make great bindings, and textured prints like the organic field print and tossed square dots that will sit quietly in your projects and let other fabrics take centre stage.
I'm still waiting on half a dozen bolts which are on back order, but there is so much to enjoy with Meander right now. And if you still need convincing, here's a snippet from Aneela's IG feed to get your creative juices flowing.