Friday, February 11, 2011

Friday Flickr Finds - Modern Day Quilts Edition

1. Spiderweb, 2. Grace's Quilt 05, 3. Summer Sundays, 4. Day one, 5. modern quilt geekiness, 6. Yellow Bloom Quilt, 7. L1000743, 8. Completed Yellow and Grey Lady of the Lake Quilt, 9. Day two

Juliet's Quilt was featured on a Tumblr blog called Modern Day Quilts yesterday. Modern Day Quilts is relatively new, and it features just one fabulous modern quilt each day. Tons of inspiration, minimal words. I'm officially in love with this blog!

So, today's finds are all quilts that have all been featured on Modern Day Quilts. As you can see, the blog's author, Heather, has incredible taste. I'm honored that something I made is keeping such good company. Now go put Modern Day Quilts in your Reader right this very minute. : )

1 comment:

  1. Okay, I figured out how to make a gallery on Flickr, but can't for the life of me figure out how to post it to my blog. Care to share? :)

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