Saturday, November 5, 2011

Five of our Favourites

Just about one of my favourite things to do at the end of the day is sit down with a cuppa and chill out with some awesome quilting inspiration via my google reader. Seriously, what did we do before blogs? There is so much amazing, inspirational eye candy and inspiration out there!

Here are five of our favourite modern quilting blogs:

Red Pepper Quilts:
Rita at is one insanely talented Aussie quilter. With an incredible eye for colour and pattern mixing, you can't go past the fresh, fun designs she showcases in her blog. And there are plenty of great tutorials on her site too.
Fresh Lemons Modern Quilts

Faith at is based in Chicago and is another quilter whose use of colour and pattern always makes me smile. One of the bloggers who bought us the Summer Sampler Series,, Faith's blog is one well worth following.

Mini Quilt Monday!

Freshly Pieced
Another of the Summer Sampler Series gals, Lee from
 , based in Wisconsin, offers gorgeous quilts, great tutorial and is the owner of the WIP Wednesday series. She creates some seriously cute stuff.
Crazy Mom Quilts
Amanda Jean from is taking a little blogging break at the moment, but I still think this blog is worth a mention. A long time quilter, I lost interest in quilting for some time a while back, and I credit this blog with helping me find my muse again. I love her use of fresh, fun fabrics and her eye for colour and design, plus there are lots of great tutorials and quilt alongs on this blog.
Generation Q Magazine
The team at offer a modern quilting news magazine in blog format. With tons of interviews, latest fabric reviews and recaps of quilting news, like the Houston Markets, this is the place to find the latest quilting info.
Of course, there are endless blogs out there, and we'll be bringing you more of our favourites in the future. If you're looking for blog inspiration, visit these blogs and then blog hop from their favourite sites. And we'd love to hear your favourites in our comments section.


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