Once again it is time to settle back, make a cuppa and enjoy some browsing. This week we are at the letter M.
This time around there are few (just a sprinkle) of art blogs too as generally I try to choose blogs that are on topic and written reasonably frequently, by textile practitioners and designers who do such things as quilt, stitch, dye, sew, embellish fabric, bead, use visual journals, or are interested in art and design.
I also try and stick to blogs that are on topic. How do I do that? I aim for 80% on topic. So I read back 10 posts if more than 2 posts are on something other than textiles/art I don’t include them.
Here are the lists so far A , B, C , D , E, F, G, H, I, J, K and L
M Lee Fine Art the blog of a woodblock print maker who keeps a blog of her current print projects.
Madame Bogg’s is a greeting card illustrator in her day job and her blog is full of illustrations, many are designed to be embroidered. She also makes softies.
Made by Joanne is a blog about crochet, knitting, ATCs, inchies and paper crafts such as cards
Maggie’s Textiles I encountered Maggies blog because she took one of my classes. Her stitching is fantastic and her blog is worth reading.
Magic of Light, Mystery of Shadows Joan blogs photographs, techniques, and recipes about indigo dye, natural dyes, and textile resist techniques.
Magical Mouse Studio Kim is a quilter.
Magical Musings is a craft blog
Magpies Collectables Maggie is a fiber artist and contemprary doll maker who blogs about her interests in beading quilting and doll making.
Magpies Envy Dianne is interested in paper mixed media and collage
Magpies Mumblings Mary Anne crafts, sews and knits
Mags Ramsay is interested in contemporary textile, quilting and stitch techniques
Magstitch is a blog kept by author and stitcher Maggie Grey. For anyone interested in contemporary textiles this blog is worth checking out and following
Maia Felidae is a contemporary embroiderer and crazy quilter who creates some really lovely pieces.
Making a Mark Katherine Tyrrell provides links to resources for artists and writes about drawing with with pastels, pencils and pen and ink.
Making things Christelle covers both craft and contemporary textiles in her blog
Mantua Maker is the blog of designer/maker Ruth Singer who works with eco and recycled fabrics
Manxgirl blogs about quilting, sewing, knitting and cross stitch
Maya is drawing and sketching blog.
Medieval Silkwork is a great blog on historical textiles. Braiding, passementerie and embroidery are areas of focus and all with great eye candy.
Meggiecat is an interesting blog that provides links to all sorts of interesting craft and paper related resources.
Mermaid’s Purse is kept by a British Embroiderer who has done City and Guilds and has an interest in Crazy quilting.
MG Quilts Maggie is an Aussie quilter who blogs about quilting, links to resources and documents what she is making.
Mi Casita de Pájaros is written by Maria a Spanish blogger interested in craft, quilting, embroidery
Miami Threads is collaborative blog of art quilters who share information, techniques, and images of work.
Michelle’s Stitch and Paint Spot Michelle is a textile practitioner interested in mixed media and surface design
Milestosew Helen blogs her work in progress and varied interests. You will find fabric postcards, hand embroidery, and beading.
Million Little Stitches Maya lists her interests as embroidery, knitting, crochet, beadwork, journaling and mixed media.
Mish Mash Linda keeps a blog mainly about knitting, crochet and spining but some other craft interests sneak in too.
Miss Frugality covers interests such as crafts, embroidery and recycling
Mixed Media Julie is a painter who tracks her interests in contemporary mxed media fiber techniques, beading, fabric postcards.
mmm…. coffee…..Erica is a bookbinder, sewer and quilter. Her day job is as a conservation technician in a rare books library
Moleskinerie is a site devoted to Moleskine notebooks and how they are used.
Molly Chicken is a craft blog which often touches on quilting, sewing and knitting
Moonsilk Stitches Marjorie has started a new blog for the Take it Further challenge
More Whiffs, Glimmers and Left Oeuvres Deb has recently covered such topics as sewing, rug hooking, weaving, dyeing and art quilts. As you can see her fiber interests range across many areas.
Mountain Salt Studio Diane Redmer Moore is mixed media fiber artist who does a lot of beading and some crazy quilting.
Moyou is written by Amy Kerr is a young textile designer based in Canberra. Moyou is described as a unique blend of Australian design and Japanese aesthetic.
Musings of a Textile Itinerant Dijanne Cevaal is a textile artist who designs, teaches, and travels.
My Handbound Books is the blog of a bookbinder which covers artists books, book structures and many aspects of the book arts.
My Patchwork life is kept by Sherry Wade who writes about interest in crazy quilting and sewing