Sunday, July 9, 2017

Sunday Quilt Inspiration: TRAVEL

This Pin was discovered by Nicolette Mason. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest.I actually started this inspiration with the word road, but that didn't go very far. Ha! Pun intended, I suppose. 

The reason for this inspiration? Ah, we leave in the morning for a nice little road trip. More on that later, but the packing and hauling and organizing stuff in the camper gave me little time to come up with an idea. So here we are. Almost. On the road, I mean.

For those of you interested, this year's hashtag is #marcottesgowest. 

Ever since I was little, I've wanted to ride this by motorcycle : )  US 50 - NevadaCountry road: You can never take the girl out of the country; for it is always in her heart:) @Kate Mazur Mazur Mazur                                                                                                                                                     More

Take This Road Trip Through Alabama's Most Picturesque Small Towns For An…

Northport, of my favorite drives...the ferry to Washington Island is at the end of this road

a small road that crosses the property to the  guesthouses

Everything you need to know about Route 66 before planning that ultimate road trip.Magnificent American Road   |    23 Roads you Have to Drive in Your Lifetime

And because the quilts are just as important, here are a few...
Excellence Award by Be*mused, via Flickr - from the 2012 Tokyo International Great Quilt Festival

The Appliqued Curves Method- New Quilts & A TutorialFree Quilt Tutorial:  Driving Quilt for kids that love cars.  It's even cooler with "The Pigeon" fabrics to go with "Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus."

Cut, sew, and glue fabric remnants to make a fabric map of the U.S.

Perfect quilt for a little boy!  From the book Pixel Play.

Quilt idea for a boy and his cars - This fun Road quilt is too cute.We are getting road trip ready with this U.S. lap quilt free tutorial and pattern from Flamingo Toes on! Click for the pattern and instructions.Now if only I was talented and could make these!! Perfect thing to take to a restaurant!!!

stitched map - Anne Biss  Check this womans site out. Too cool.

TONS of examples of different kinds of road playmats to make

Thanks for coming by. Here's hoping you have a wonderful week and come back for a quick visit soon. I'll post the majority of the pictures here, but there will also be some on my Facebook page

1 comment:

Soma @ said...

Wow! Those are gorgeous road photos! Love the pun btw. The playmat quilt are so much fun and the embroidered city map quilt is amazing. As an avid traveller, really liked this post.