Welcome all to my little corner of Ontario for the Sew Sisters Canada Blogathon! Our leaders today are Jackie and Krista, head over to say hi (and enter a giveaway) and please visit the lovely organizers of this hop at the Sew Sisters blog (and they have giveaways too).
I live in Port Hope (could you guess?), which is a lovely small town about an hour east of Toronto. I have been quilting for several years, but only seriously the last year or so, and blogging since March 2013. In addition, I also sew purses, household items, and clothes for my daughter. I share what I’ve been working on here in this space. Click on the flickr button on the sidebar to see more.
My latest sewing finish is this Ruby Lou doll (pattern from Sew Much Ado) for my daughter, she picked out the fabrics herself and has been sleeping with it (ahhh).
And with the cold weather, I made a pair of mittens for my daughter. If you knit, do you have this pattern book too? I have made so many pairs of these, but for some reason I always need the pattern ;).
Thanks for visiting, and do come back soon!
Also linking to TGIFF (hosted this week at Never 2 Hot 2 Knit and organized by another Canadian blogger, M-R at Quilt Matters) and this post will count for the Finish A-Long with Leanne at She Can Quilt (also Canadian!) (my Q4 goals here).