The recent years have witnessed significant advances in image deblurring. In general, the success of deblurring methods depends heavily on extraction of salient structures from a blurry image for kernel estimation. Most deblurring methods often operate on high-resolution images where contours or edges can be extracted for kernel estimation. However, recovering reliable structures from low-resolution images becomes extremely challenging. In this paper, we propose a spatially variant deblurring algorithm for low-resolution images based on the exemplars. To exploit the exemplar information, we develop a super-resolution guided method to help the restoration of reliable image structures which can be used for kernel estimation. Experimental evaluations against the state-of-the-art methods show that the proposed algorithm performs favorably in deblurring low-resolution images. Furthermore, we show that the SR results obtained as byproducts in our method are comparable compared to other blind SR methods.