It's Atlantic Canada Day on Blogathon Canada! Sew Sisters Quilt Shop is once again hosting Blogathon Canada, which showcases bloggers across Canada. My friend Linda over at Scrapmaster is one of today's featured bloggers. I encourage you to check out what Linda has been up to and to visit other bloggers across the country.
So a little bit about myself. I started quilting in 2003 when I took a class at my LQS to make a quilt for my nephew. It was a flannel rail fence. And it was tied, not quilted. A project never to be repeated. Sadly, that quilt has gone on to quilt heaven. But don't worry, nephew has received many, many quilts over the years to make up for it.
Adrienne over at Chezzetcook Modern Quilts started The Library Project at the beginning of the year. I wanted to win a prize, so I started my blog so I could participate. You can read about my project choices here.
Who knew I'd have so much fun with the blog and that I would meet so many nice people. Bloggers are so friendly and are always willing to provide advice and information. I now have some new ideas for my blog.
I finished my fourth and final Library Project back in October. So what to do? I still wanted to participate (and to win a prize, of course) so I added another project to my list.
Jenn over A Quarter Inch From the Edge has been into English Paper Piecing hexies. I am not a fan of hand quilting, but Jenn raves about EPP, so I thought I'd give it a try. Here is my finished pillow.
It's a small pillow at 14 inches, but I'm happy with my first adventure with EPP.
I hope you enjoy visiting Atlantic Canada today. Whatever you are working on this week, I hope you are having fun.
Thanks for stopping by to visit with me.