I don’t know about you, but one of my favorite things about quilting is the community — the large, friendly community.
Many different types of people enjoy quilting, and quilt blogs make it possible for quilters to come together and talk about their experiences, as well as give each other useful tips.
Quilting bloggers often share pictures of their work, as they talk about the details of their process with other people who share their interest in quilting.
- Here are 21 of our favorite quilting blogs:
- Red Pepper Quilts
- Quilting Tidbits
- A Quilting Life
- Quilting by the Bay
- Blossom Heart Quilts
- Laundry Basket Quilts
- Quilting Is My Therapy
- Quilting Hub
- Nancy Zieman
- Diary Of A Quilter
- Suzy Quilts
- Patchwork Posse
- All People Quilt
- Cluck Cluck Sew
- Christa Quilts
- Amys Creative Side
- Missouri Star Blog
- Quilt Social
- Lo and Behold Stitchery
- Quiltville’s Quips and Snips!
- Just Get It Done Quilts
There are a lot of great quilter blogs out there, but blogs can change over time.
Some bloggers get too busy with life or other work to keep blogging, so they stop posting. However, there are always new bloggers eager to join the quilting community.
We put together a great list of best quilting blogs that are current right now.
Whether you are just getting started with your first quilt, or you are looking to take on a huge project, you’ll find inspiration in this list.
Is Quilting Still Popular?
Quilting has been a form of creativity for centuries, but is it still popular today?
If you were to go to any department store and look at handbags, coats, or bedding, what is one standard detail you would spot in each section? Quilted items. Something is comforting and warm about a beautifully quilted gift, don’t you think?
But what if we add the layer of being a handmade quilted item? These words come to mind: love, comfort, giving, compassion? Let’s go over why quilting is still prevalent today.
- It brings people together.
- It is a labor of love.
- It exudes comfort and love to the recipient.
- It is a unique art form with many different styles and interpretations.
- It can be enjoyed by all who try it.
- You don’t have to be a professional to have a great time quilting.
Here are 23 of our favorite quilting blogs:
Choose from any of these top 21 quilt blogs to get more quilting news:
Red Pepper Quilts
This blog began in 2009 and is a great blog for any quilter, whether you are new to the craft or have been doing it for years.
Rita Hodge has an easygoing tone that makes her posts quick to read, and her designs are beautiful.
She offers book reviews and even has an Etsy shop where she sells her quilts and her patterns so that you can recreate her designs yourself.
This is a great blog if you are looking for a way to make keepsake quilts.
The authors of this blog sell their patterns and their quilts. They include links within their blog to many valuable resources for quilters of any skill level.
A Quilting Life
This is a modern quilting blog that features fun tutorials for practical, modern quilt projects.
Sherri has been quilting for over 20 years and gives useful tips on how to improve your quilting. She runs two other crafting blogs that she often links to when the posts are relevant.
Quilting by the Bay
Quilting by the Bay is a store in Florida that opened in June 2002.
Along with their blog, their store provides quilters with a wide range of quilting services and supplies.
Their blog seeks to inspire readers to try new things, from novel techniques to using new types of fabric.
Blossom Heart Quilts
Alyce Blyth started making quilts in 2011 when her husband urged her to follow her passion, and she has become a self-taught master.
She also loves to write, which led her to start a blog and write a few books. Alyce offers tutorials for people who are interested in quilting, and she tells stories from her personal life that relate to the craft.
Laundry Basket Quilts
Edyta, the author of this blog, has been quilting since a very young age.
This blog offers designs that show passion and help motivate readers to complete their projects.
Edyta has a great eye for color, so this might be the right blog for you if you are interested in learning how to mix and match colors appropriately to make a colorful design.
Quilting Is My Therapy
Angela Walters started this blog as a way to share her passion for quilting with other people. Her main focus is on machine quilting, and she provides a great deal of inspiration and instruction for this specific type of quilting.
She offers clear, up-close pictures of specific machine quilting techniques, tips for picking out designs, and a variety of tutorials.
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This website is visited by thousands of people every month as a place to find all of the answers you may be looking for in regards to your quilting.
It provides a lot of information and a community for people to discuss their quilting creations.
Although Nancy recently passed away on Nov.14, 2017, her blog remains one of the best resources for people who love to quilt.
Nancy wrote many books throughout her life on quilting and appeared on television many times as well. She was the national spokesperson for Baby Lock sewing machines and the founder of Nancy’s Notions®, making her a well-known, trusted source.
This is a great blog for people who are looking for practical tips to improve their quilting skills.
Diary Of A Quilter
This fun blog is filled with beautiful quilt patterns and tutorials. Amy Smart, the blog’s creator, has loved to quilt since she was a child, and gives a lot of great information for people of all experience levels.
Her step-by-step instructions are clear and cover topics from basic quilting techniques to binding. Her personal tone makes the reader feel like she is an old friend.
Suzy Quilts provides its readers with free sewing tutorials, relevant product reviews, basic how-to instructions, an inspiration for creating new designs, and personalized quilt patterns for the modern quilter.
There is something here for every quilter to enjoy.
This blog offers innovative techniques and patterns for people who are new to quilting or have been quilting for years.
The author is very active on social media and loves to interact with her followers and readers. She offers easy tips as well as inspirational ideas.
All People Quilt
This quilter’s blog is a great resource for anything that has to do with quilting.
You can buy any tools you may need and see what other people have recently created. There is something on this website for everyone.
Cluck Cluck Sew
This blog began in 2007 when Allison, the author, used the internet to keep track of her projects.
She turned it into a blog that has now developed a large following.
She shares her quilts as well as the stories behind them along with her in-depth tutorials. She also has a shop where her readers can buy a variety of patterns.
Christa Watson is the author of many quilting books. She has been quilting since 1994 and has been teaching the craft just about as long.
She owns an online fabric shop where her readers can buy her fabrics. Christa Quilts is a great place to learn new tips and techniques, plus you can follow her teaching schedule to see when she’ll be in your area.
Amys Creative Side
If you want to follow a quilting blog that has a lot more than just patterns, this is a great choice.
Amy gives her readers helpful tips on everything, including organizing your sewing room. She also offers tutorials, quiltcasts, links to her quilt patterns, and a shop where readers can buy her patterns.
Quilting is a great craft that has gathered a large following and community.
Reading blogs is a really good way to learn about other quilters and their passions and motivations.
Check out some of these quilting blogs to see if you can find some new inspiration for your quilting projects.
Missouri Star Blog
Have you ever heard of Jenny Doan and the Missouri Star Quilt Company? Chances are, if you have been in the quilting community for any amount of time, you have — and for a good reason. Jenny has not only built a thriving business, but she also is a pillar in the quilting community.
The company also has its own blog, “Missouri Star Blog,” where they share interviews, how-to tutorials, behind-the-scenes info, and much more. This site is definitely a “bookmark” blog, and you are bound to find something to read and glean from the writers on this blog.
Quilt Social offers a myriad of free patterns and tutorials to learn new techniques for your quilting projects. They also provide sewing machine reviews and insight into several different threads and fabric collections.
Lo and Behold Stitchery
Brittany Lloyd writes this beautifully designed blog. She has created over 20 quilt patterns, various fabric bundles, and quilt kits that she sells on her blog.
Brittany creates gorgeous modern quilt designs and fresh takes on traditional patterns. She also offers a beginner’s quilting course to help newbies learn the ropes of quilting.
Quiltville’s Quips and Snips!
Bonnie K. Hunter is the mastermind behind Quiltville’s Quips and Snips blog, and you can tell she genuinely LOVES quilting. She runs her own company and also hosts quilting retreats in her home.
On her blog, you will find free patterns and tutorials, along with many of the beautiful projects she has worked on throughout the years. She also shares some “snips” from the different retreats she has hosted, which is fun to see.
Just Get It Done Quilts
Karen Brown shares her stash buster quilt patterns and her tips and tricks for color theory on her blog. This blog also has several different tutorials and patterns to follow to make your quilty creations.
You’ll enjoy her “declutter challenge” to help you get your sewing and quilting spaces organized and inspiring.
The Crafty Quilter
Julie Cefalu is the writer and designer for The Crafty Quilter. She has created many beautiful, beginner-friendly tutorials and quilt patterns for her fellow quilters. She also has an Etsy shop where she sells her patterns.
Her blog is packed full of tutorials, tips and tricks, and yummy recipes for her readers to enjoy. She offers a quilt-along for some of her quilt patterns periodically.
If you are searching for a blog that offers modern quilt patterns and tutorials, Quilter’s Candy is a fabulous option for you. Elizabeth, the woman behind Quilter’s Candy, does an incredible job mixing modern design with classic details to make timeless quilts.
She also offers a unique course on how to create your quilt patterns if that is something that you have always wanted to learn.
Did you find your favorite quilting blogs?
I hope you enjoyed discovering these quilter websites. There are so many talented and creative quilters who have varying styles and backgrounds. With this list of quilting bloggers, you’re bound to find several that inspire you to begin your first quilt or tackle something new you haven’t tried before.
Quilters tend to be helpful and eager to lend support, share ideas, and offer feedback, so if you’re motivated by any of these sites, reach out and ask questions.
The quilting community can use another committed crafter just like you!
6 thoughts on “The 23 Best Quilting Blogs On The Web For 2023”
Thanks. I signed up for 5 of the blogs, maybe go back for more, never have too many tips!!!!
I completely agree, Joan! It’s so fun to see what others are up to with different projects and things. Enjoy!
Trying to get help for some mystery pieces I found in a bag of partially finished grandmothers flower garden blocks
Hi, Mary! Do you have enough pieces to make a whole quilt top? If so, I would find a pattern specifically for Grandmother’s Flower Garden blocks and go from there. If not, you could always implement the Grandmother’s Flower Garden blocks into another quilt pattern. Best wishes!
I am glad I found this page. I am very much an absolute beginner and I was pleased to see three blogs I am already reading. I just purchased the Church Window pattern from ‘Lo and Behold quilting. I would like to suggest ‘Kitchen Table Quilting’, which has been my favorite blog so far.
I love to check out Sister’s Choice quilt blog. She does beautiful quilts and her blog is encourages me to keep quilting.