Sources of Inspiration

Posted on January 18th, by Amy in Inspiration. 28 comments

I don’t know about you but I find myself missing Amanda Jean’s posts and her regular dose of inspiration, so I thought I would share a list of bloggers I have found inspirational over the last year! 

In no particular order -
Em’s Scrapbag
Millions of Thoughts Trapped in my Head
House of Krom
Candied Fabrics
I Have to Say
Piece N Quilt
Amy a la Mode
Naptime Quilter
Diary of a Quilter
Mochi Studios
Patchy Work of Mini Grey
Sew Inspired

1. Work Quilt, 2. rectangles with attitude, 3. Watercolor Quilt, 4. Squares quilt, 5. Plain spoken, 6. Beaded Curtain Quilt – Kaffe Fassett design, 7. Pick & Choose Quilt Front, 8. Mary on Lake Pulaski, 9. 2009 Summer Sun, 10. Mermaid Garden, 11. Heidruns Blomster/Flowers, 12. Amy Butler Charm Quilt, 13. Quilt “vinter – rose”~ “Winter – Rose”
Created with fd’s Flickr Toys
These ladies are friends who post about quilts, family and other creative endeavors – I hope you enjoy checking them out!  The mosaic is a group from my flickr favorites – I needed a a picture and it was so good to look around there a bit again. 

Where do like to go for inspiration!?  

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28 thoughts on “Sources of Inspiration

  1. What a great mosaic – I really do need to use flickr more. I save inspirational pix I come across on the internet into folders on my computer, and I love to flip through one when lacking in inspiration.

    Thanks for including me in this fabulous list of inspirational bloggers!

  2. Amy, thanks. Glad to know that I inspire, just a little. I think we're all missing Amanda Jean, but remember that she's on Flickr.

  3. Amy, thanks. Glad to know that I inspire, just a little. I think we're all missing Amanda Jean, but remember that she's on Flickr.

  4. Amy, thanks. Glad to know that I inspire, just a little. I think we're all missing Amanda Jean, but remember that she's on Flickr.

  5. I know what you mean. I look for her in my "reader" list everyday, hoping she will come back. She kept me on my toes and wanting to do more, but I love these others for inspiration. Thanks for the list.

  6. Thank you for the links of inspiration. Yours is one I go to for inspiration. Speaking of which, just nominated you for an award on my blog.

  7. What about Ashley of FilmintheFridge blog. There is not a lot of variety there but I do enjoy her blog in the absence of Amanda.

  8. Hi Honey, can't believe I haven't read your blog in awhile…love Em's art work! And your Hope Valley Fabric is beautiful and you,Mom

  9. Amy I can't tell you how much it meant to me to see my name as one that inspires you. I've been sick and had not done much with my blog so imagine my surprise when I had so many hits yesterday. I investigated and found you to be the source of this pleasant surprise and happy blessing. You are a dear friend and you also inspire me. Thanks!!!!! Em

  10. Thank you so much for this list, I look forward to perusing and enjoying while my son is home sick from school today. I look forward to your email updates and invite you to stop by my blog sometime. I love your name since we have a cabin in Park City area.

  11. Oh wow, Amy! Me on the list of all that greatness? I feel humble, thank you. :) I feel like a fraud of a quilter at the moment, we are moving, my machine and fabric is in a truck, I'll see it by the end of the month if I am lucky. So no sewing happening here! :(

  12. I love your mozaic! There are so many quilts that I love there! I have to go and fav them all! Thanks for linking me and linking all those fabulous quilters too! I heart all of them! and you too! You were there at the beginning of my quilting journey and I'm so glad that we've kept in touch and have become good friends :)

  13. I'm missing Amanda Jean too but I've started looking around for some inspiration and found you! Looking forward to checking out your links! Thanks for sharing!

  14. thanks for this shout out! as you can see I'm catching up on some stuff today. ;)
    That tends to happen when you are snowed in.

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