This morning I tweeted about being inspired by some new craft blogs that I’ve been reading. I got quite a big response about this with people asking what I’d been reading. I thought it might be easier to write a blog post about it than try to tweet links to lots of blogs! SO here goes…

Domesticali. I’ve been reading this one for a while on recommendation from my OH. It’s full of so many different, lovely things and amazing photography. A real treat. And it was through Domesticali’s most recent post that I found some other blogs that are truly lovely.

Dragonfly is one. Full of beautiful images, accompanied by simple text. I love it when blog posts have photos in them, if, for no other reason than you can have a nosey into their homes & view their nik naks!

DottyCookie is very inspirational. Full of great ideas, especially for children. I loved reading about the Harry Potter spells! I’d love that!

I really like {quilt} while you’re ahead. I have a real passion for cushions & this lady has made a few beautiful ones. I am so jealous!

I love everything about Little Cotton Rabbits, from the layout and images to the font. How cute is this stitch font on the header?! Lush! She also has some great knitting patterns. Am so tempted by the little knitted bears. Cute!

Silverpebble is a lady after my own heart. This blog contains a mixture of things, but I really like the recipes. And she makes silver jewellery using PMC and that is impressive.

The Sight of the Morning makes me smile. I love the banner image too. So pretty!

Show me a knitting blog and I’ll be very happy. If that blog has other bits and pieces on it then even better. This is the case with The Philosophy of Lists. A simply lovely read.

The other great thing about these blogs is that they suggest others to read to. Like Pinterest, looking at the other things that people make, where they go and what they do is really inspirational to me. If you know of any other blogs let me know! Happy reading x

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