Inspiration


Posted on September 19th, by Amy in random. 3 comments

Hi there! I haven’t done anything the last few days that I felt were blog worthy . . . so I didn’t. :) I was on flickr for a bit today – adding quilts to my favorites, and I realized how much I lean toward geometric quilts. I love the repetitive nature of these quilts and just thought I would share a bit of what inspires me! Hope you have a great weekend – Amy1. bento box quilt, 2. Whirlygiggles Baby Quilt, 3. Minny Muu Baby Quilt, 4. Eclipse Quilt, 5. Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show 2008, 6. Black and White Quilt, 7. Crop Circles – Embroidered Mini Art Quilt, 8. Zipper Quilt, 9. Jane Austen Diamond Quilt, 10. Quilt Show2007 052, 11. Four Seasons Quilt Swap – Spring Mini Quilt by Nikki, 12. Stained Glass Quilt, 13. Spots quilt top, 14. Plain Spoken, 15. Joel Dewberry Bento Box Quilt, 16. Untitled, 17. Untitled, 18. Untitled, 19. DSC04033, 20. DSC04030, 21. Untitled, 22. hourglass quilt, 23. April 6, 2007, 24. Disappearing 9 patch





3 thoughts on “Inspiration

  1. 1
    Dana says:

    Those are all beautiful!

  2. 2
    Adventures In Babywearing says:

    I love every one of those!!

    Steph

  3. 3
    Tipper says:

    Amazing how many pretty quilts there are!

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