I can (and often do) get lost in there for hours.
Here are a few of my favourites.
1. Lap Quilt from Amy Butler's In Stitches, 2. little folks playground patchwork quilt, 3. echino patchwork quilt #3, 4. Grandmothers Garden Quilt, 1930's, 5. Tokyo International Quilt Show - Geometric brights, 6. modern baby quilt, front, 7. gelato circles, 8. lap scrap quilt, 9. pinwheels, 10. Joseph's Coat , 11. Scrapbuster Quilt, 12. YIP 365.150 :: windmill quilt, 13. Elements #23, 14. cabins in the city, 15. Fruit Basket Upset, 16. doop quilt voor Iris, 17. munki in the middle, 18. sunny squares quilt, 19. 9 patch extravaganza-finished, 20. katie jumps rope, 21. flock of triangles quilt 1, 22. orangepink3, 23. Seeing Red Quilt, 24. Mermaid Garden, 25. Square in Square Baby Boy Quilt, 26. Scrap Quilt, 27. Twinkle: The Whole Enchilada, 28. Challah cover , 29. Art Pad Re-Opening, 30. Numbers quilt, 31. red+aqua quilt top, 32. Birds in the Air quilt, 33. darcy's quilt-detail, front, 34. Kaleidoscope - a colorful string quilt, 35. Stashbuster Quilt blocks, 36. Shibori Suns
Where do you find your inspiration?
I am really inspired by modern art. Your montage quilts have such a feeling of freedom and openness to them. The colors are so bright and fun, I feel like I've walked into a candy shop.
nice to see you back Andi!
All those colors, wauw, very nice.
Have a fine day.
Sometimes a word- mostly a little imagined story. You inspiration is amazing and I have to say that header still kills me!
Gorgeous grouping! A perfect way to spend a half hour .... clicking on your links! That's inspiration on anytime but especially on a dreary winter day!
Lovely eye candy! My inspiration is flickr as well and surfing blogs.
Ever happened across Deirdre Amsden’s colourwash quilts? I've seen 'em up close and they are JAW DROPPING.
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