There is a very good chance you are a quilter that has found inspiration via the internet. Inspiration, tips, tutorials and fun for quilting, sewing and embroidery enthusiasts are such fun. Today, I want to introduce you to a fellow blogger that you may not yet have visited. Heather (A Quilt of Heather) has a delightful blog, with inspirational posts.
Heather shared the following with me, to share with you:
"I made my first quilt at age 10 and haven't looked back since. Despite many years of quilting, I discovered a whole new world of possibilities when I began reading blogs! Every day I'm inspired by projects I see online and I have learned about all kinds of cool styles and techniques that I had never heard of before. I finally jumped into blogging myself to document my work, and it's been very helpful for me to look back on each project and think about how it went as I write it up in a post. For example, on my quilted clock, I didn't realize until I created a blog post and saw a thumbnail of the clock that the colors I picked had some problems. Plus, blogging has been a great way to get advice from others, try new things (like the FMQ Challenge!) and meet new friends!"
You may have seen the following posts on Heather's blog:
Beautiful colors and details in this "Quilted Clock" that she is currently working on:
She had a really cute post that she shared in the 2012 Pets on Quilts Show, hosted by Lilypad Quilting:
Heather participated in the Bloggers Quilt Festival:
SewCalGal was very impressed when she shared this was one of her first quilts that she owned start to finish. Beautiful quilt, but looks VERY challenging for a "first quilt". Another sign Heather is more talented than she may be aware of.
And, SewCalGal was definitely inspired with her Alphabet Animals project. This G (Giraffe) definitely caught my attention and makes me want to make such a project too.
SewCalGal hopes to have inspired you to go visit Heather's Blog (A Quilt of Heather). She could use a quilty hug with some followers. A Quilt of Heather is definitely a fun blog and I hope you'll take time to visit it soon and consider being a follower too!