Monday, January 11, 2010

Sewing and Quilting Bloggers to Watch--part 1

Here's part 1 of my list of Sewing and Quilting Bloggers (in no particular order) to watch this year!

Obsessively Stitching
Care loves sewing and posts LOTS of cute, fun, amazing tutorials. Watch for her dollar store crafts!

Park City Girl
Amy really made a name for herself last year with the spring and fall bloggers' quilt festivals. Quiltmakers signed up by the hundreds to show off their quilts. This year, she's promised more quilt festivals, and she's working on a book!

Tallgrass Prairie Studio
Jacquie was the mastermind behind Project Improv in 2009 and is always giving more to her readers. She offers many free tutorials and hosts events and contests to encourage quilters to try new things and finish old projects!

Candied Fabrics
Candy makes beautiful art quilts using her hand-dyed fabrics. I've really enjoyed watching her free motion quilting/sketching video tutorials. 

Jennifer's podcast provides awesome interviews with amazing crafters and craft authors. She writes a blog, and does TV segments and youtube instructional videos too!

Geta's Quilting Studio
Geta is the only Romanian quilt blogger I know of. She has regular giveaways and sells patterns for her amazing shadow trapunto quilts.

Piece N Quilt
Natalia shows off her amazing longarm quilting skills and shares one tutorial after another for cute quilts and more. She also owns an online fabric shop that has fabulous sales!

Moda Bake Shop provides lots of inspiring patterns for sewing with Moda precut fabrics. Bloggers everywhere are wondering how they can submit their projects to be shown on

Amy Lou Who
I love Amy's Sew & Tell Friday feature, where she encourages craft bloggers to link up to their finished projects. Amy shows off a variety of fun projects and shares tutorials on her blog as well.

My Itty Bitty Quilts
Kelli makes cute quilts and great tutorials. I was the lucky recipient of one of Kelli's doll swap quilts in 2009.

Mochi Studios
Rita makes the cutest Ninja beans and other softie creations and shares her indie craft fair adventures.

Here's part 2! Which blogs are your must-reads?


  1. Wow! Thanks for all these links. It will be fun to visit each of these bloggers and explore their archives.

  2. Great post Vicki! I really enjoyed reading through these. There are some really amazing and talented ladies out there!

  3. so many of these blogs are some of my favorites...i can not wait to see who else you have on there. i definitely have to go check out a few of these blogs that i have not seen before.

  4. Some of those are my favorites...thanks for posting a few new ones (to me).

  5. Great insights. Thanks for sharing!


  6. thanks for the links...i read some and might need to add a few more to my google reader...and i already thought it was at capacity!

  7. Thanks for the great list! ~Christine

  8. Great links! Some I love (I'm obsessively going through every link from Amy's last festival), but some are new and wonderful. Thanks Vic!

  9. Vicki, you have once again inspired me!!! Thanks looking forward to part 2!

  10. Thanks for including me on this list of awesomeness - some of these folk are new to me, can't wait to check them out!

  11. Thanks for the blog recommendations and including my humble non quilty blog! You rock!

  12. Ooh great list... I love that there are some blogs on there I've yet to go to!

  13. thanks for the great links, I <3 finding new blogs to read!

  14. Thanks Vicki! I need to check out everyone too :)

  15. here's another new one to check out. (nope, not mine.)

  16. thanks! I need to do a post like this too!

  17. Great links Vicki. It's always fun finding new places we haven't visited before!

  18. thank you so much for sharing these! it's fun to discover awesome blogs that are new to me... and to see that we're inspired by some of the same bloggers

  19. Thanks for including my humble little blog! *blush* I have some new ones to add to my favorites. Great list!


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