Some close to home Kiwi Blogs
Maureen @ Mystic Quilter
Linda @ Koka Quilts
Julie @ JulieLou
Adrienne @ On the Windy Side
Junez Scrapz for the most beautiful scrap quilts
Megan @ Jaffa Quilts
And honory Kiwi Marina @ Maisie and the Boys
And some far far away Blogs
Bonnie Hunter, the guru of scrap quilting @ Quiltville
Home of the Rainbow Scrap Challenge, So Scrappy
Serena @ SewGiving
Barb @ Fun With Barb
Kitty @ Night Quilter
Jessica @ The Quilty Habit - Jessica has a great newsletter, The Wonky Press that is worth signing up for
Monica @ Lakeview Stitching
Melissa @ Happy Quilting
Kathy @ Kathy's Quilts
Christina @ A Few Scraps makes really fun quilts
Kathy @ KwiltyPleasures
Victoria @ Bumbebeans Victoria also hosts 15 Minutes Play to encourage quilters to sew something fun each day
Andee @ The Modern Diary
Erica @ Kitchen Table Quilting has great patterns and quilt designs
Jess from Australia blogs @ Elven Garden Quilts
Katie @ Swim Bike Quilt
Rachel @ Stiched in Color has a beautiful blog (one of my favourites) with lots of inspiration, tutorials, patterns to buy, and the perfect mix of sharing about personal stuff thrown in
Judi @ Green Fairy Quilts shares her frighteningly good quilting and beautiful family
Eldrid from Norway @ Kameleon shares quilts and related content that are a bit different from the mainstream and that makes this blog really interesting
Shelly @ Shellysquilts makes some bold and funky quilts
Deb @ Deb Rowen's Thift Shop Quilts has a sense of style that really appeals to me. Quirky and creative.
Terri @ Terri Stegmiller is an astonishingly talented art quilter who can draw, paint and screenprint. She has a long list of tutorials on her blog, and her posts are long and generous.
Nifty Quilts a scrappy thrifty blog
Katy @ From the Blue Chair has a modern vibe
Kirsty @ St Louis Folk Victorian is a very modern quilt with free tutorials and patterns to buy
Vera @ Negligent Style keeps a very stylish blog including some free tutorials for cute pouches
Jacquie @ Tallgrass Prairie hasn't updated her blog for a while but she makes the kind of graphic quilts that make my jaw drop
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