35 Best Patchwork Blogs and Websites
Here are 35 Best Patchwork Blogs you should follow in 2023
A chronicle of random musings celebrating daily life, faith, family, sewing and making quilts from my semi-rural North Carolina studio: 'Strawberry Patch Quiltworks'
6 posts / month Get Email Contact
North Bay, Ontario, Canada
HI! I'm Rose Marie crazy about applique and patch quilts and hand quilting. Married for 44 years and retired. Living in North Bay, Ontario, Canada. My blog is about my passion for quilting and just a little bit about my life and family. I make the quilts that my heart tells me to.
Also in Quilting Blogs, Canada Quilting Blogs, Canadian Sewing Blogs, Applique Blogs
5 posts / month ⋅ Feb 2007 Get Email Contact
3. Moda Fabrics
The Moda Bake Shop is a website/blog created by Moda Fabrics to provide 'recipes' using Moda pre-cuts. The recipes are free and they come with step-by-step instructions and plenty of pictures of gorgeous Moda Fabric. The recipes also come with a list of ingredients, and they are rated for level of difficulty.
117.3K⋅ 24.8K⋅ 169.6K ⋅2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
A mother-daughter team, we are designers of quilted, patchwork handbags and lovers of our families, coffee, quilting, sewing, and embroidery.
4.2K⋅ 329⋅ 24.3K ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
Sherman, Texas, US
I am Becky Goldsmith, aka Piece O' Cake, and I love quilting. Piece O' Cake is all about quilting, mostly hand appliqué but piecing too. I carry notions and tools that every quilter loves — and needs!
3.4K⋅ 1 ⋅6 posts / month Get Email Contact
I am a designer, author, illustrator, stitcher and I just love crafting and making things. I live on the North West coast of England with my lovely husband. My family mean the world to me - I have two amazing grown up daughters and three sweet grandchildren - two boys and a girl.
1.8K ⋅4 posts / month Get Email Contact
My name is Lynne Tyler and I live in New England in the USA. I've been sewing since 5th grade and making quilts since college. I love working with abstract shapes and color. I love strip piecing. I'm trained as an artist, and I love the graphic quality of quilts. I'd rather take the time to make something beautiful than buy something ugly.
2 posts / week Get Email Contact
8. Angie Quilts
Staffordshire Moorlands, UK
Basically, this blog is a diary with pictures. It follows patchwork and quilting projects made by myself in my Quilty Quarters, and those made by all the lovely people who come to classes and workshops. There will be quite a few snippets about daily life in my very own quilt shop too.
Also in UK Quilting Blogs
740 ⋅1 post / week ⋅ Mar 2008 Get Email Contact
9. Melony Patch
Cherhill, Alberta, Canada
Patchwork quilter into all things crafty and homely.
5.4K⋅ 272 ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
In 1995 Robin Gartner, who at the time was a teacher at Wauchope Public School, organised the first meeting for the group. There were, and still are, two meetings a week during school terms. Over the years the group has grown and we now have a membership of just over 60 strong. A typical meeting would be full of chatter, the sharing of projects, techniques, ideas and help.
1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
This page is where I will be sharing all my exploits into the world of several different needlecrafts. My first love is patchwork and quilting but I also try my hand at embroidery, crochet and knitting.
2K ⋅2 posts / month Get Email Contact
Waverley Patchworkers has over 300 members and is based in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Victoria. We focus on all things quilting and patchwork and meet regularly to practice our skills, share knowledge and support the community.
261 ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
Maclean Patchwork and Quilters is a not for profit group of crafters that is affiliated with the , Lower Clarence Arts and Crafts Association Inc. The group was formed in 1989. We meet every Tuesday in Maclean to stitch and enjoy friendship. We raise money for charitable organisations throughout the year and make quilts to donate to worthwhile causes.
1 post / week Get Email Contact
The NIPG meet on the 1st Saturday of the month usually in Cultra Folk and Transport Museum. The Guild is vibrant, hard working and dynamic. It is also fun and a great way to meet and share and have a bit of craic!
3 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
A blog about fabric, patchwork and quilts. Ritas quilting style is fresh and modern; using really simple and often traditional design ideas to make colorful quilts. Her blog is a journal of her creative self, and she hope to show readers that easy to make quilts can be really striking, and that by taking small risks in fabric and color selection the final product won't disappoint. It is all about sharing her knowledge, and hope inspire others to pick up the rotary cutter and use their fabric stash.
Also in Australian Quilters Blogs
14.2K⋅ 3K⋅ 39.2K ⋅ Apr 2009 Get Email Contact
Malvern, England, UK
British Patchwork and Quilting Magazine is a monthly publication written by quilters, for quilters, with projects and features specifically to do with patchwork, quilting, applique, and textiles.
Also in Quilting Magazines
6.6K⋅ 6.2K Get Email Contact
Seattle, Washington, US
Because the world is just better with patchwork.
2.2K Get Email Contact
Busy Bees is a patchwork and quilting shop based at Tredegar House a National Trust Property on the outskirts of Newport, south east Wales.
1K⋅ 637 Get Email Contact
I am a self-taught quilter and have been designing and sewing my own quilted crafts since 1997 when I suddenly decided to make a baby quilt for a co-worker. I immediately fell in love with the idea of painting pictures with fabric instead of watercolour. I am greatly inspired by tea, Japanese country patchwork, and the online craft community where I am known as PatchworkPottery.
15.5K Get Email Contact
I'm a quilter from the Blue Mountains in NSW. A blog about my classes and some amazing students' work.
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22. Freshly Pieced
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, US
I'm Lee: modern quilter, author, pattern designer, wife, and mom to two beautiful little girls. Life is good.
3.7K Get Email Contact
This is the Tilda studio blog where we post a little inspiration and wish you a creative day. The studio is where Tilda products are designed and books are made, from beginning to end. This is where we build scenes for book photography and create the Tilda atmosphere.
5.2K ⋅4 posts / year Get Email Contact
Hi, I'm Kerry, I'm 29, and I have fingers in many pies- I have made and sold chocolates and jewellery for many years, but now I'm expanding into other areas and just love patchwork. I like how all the little pieces come back together to make something great! I enjoy making pictorial quilts especially.
2⋅ 2.1K Get Email Contact
The simple sewing adventures of a Mum with two kids.
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Birmingham, England, UK
The Cotton Patch are the one-stop patchwork and quilting supplies! Welcome to our lovely blog where we like to show off all the yummy fabrics we have in store, tell you about new projects, product reviews and share the odd bit of wisdom.
16.3K⋅ 1.1K ⋅ Dec 2006 Get Email Contact
York, England, UK
I am a mother to my 3 children , i am a hopeless romantic, constant daydreamer, i love Patchwork,Crochet,Vintage shops, Cath kidston, Shabby chic, Painted furniture, Cosy nights in by the fire , Candlelight, Old black and white movies.
5.6K Get Email Contact
28. Mother Patchwork
A blog from Karen Ackva. In this blog you will find simple, easy, practical patchwork, free patterns and tutorials.
4.1K ⋅1 post / year Get Email Contact
The Irish Patchwork Society was founded in 1981 to promote the practice and art of patchwork, applique and quilting in Ireland
740⋅ 60 Get Email Contact
Our dynamic group has membership of over 80 women, who come from many walks of life; some with young children, mothers of school aged children, empty nesters and some older. The common thread that binds us is our love of the art of quilting, of textiles and textile arts.
7 posts / year Get Email Contact
Elm Grove Patchwork has a strong focus on reproduction fabrics and traditional quilt making. Our aim is to provide high quality fabrics, tools, and service, so you in turn can produce exquisite quilts which your family will treasure for many years to come.
2.6K Get Email Contact
33. Patchwork Bliss
Patchwork Bliss is the dream of Helen Draper. We have patchwork quilt patterns and free patterns for you to download. Be inspired by our quilt gallery, quilting blog and classes.
2.4K⋅ 12 Get Email Contact
We are a group of quilters with different skill levels and experience who foster the art of patchwork and quilting from traditional to modern and art quilts. We make friendship the cornerstone of our Guild, and encourage our members to share and extend their skills.
3 posts / year Get Email Contact
Welcome to the Blog of Kerikeri Patchwork and Quilting Club. Here you will find photos, information and important dates. We meet the fourth Tuesday of every month at Kingston House, Kerikeri.
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|Blogger Name||Blog Link||Total Blog Posts|
|Red Pepper Quilts - Rita Hodge||redpepperquilts.com||6|
Patchwork Blog Topics
|Topic||Number of posts|
|Lynne's Liberated Birds Tutorial||35|
|Books And Patterns||28|
|Scrap Slab Triangle Tutorial||24|
|Moda Bake Shop||19|
|Midnight Magic II||14|
|Topic||Past Month Count|