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Blogathon Canada, Eh!

Posted on: November 23rd, 2013 by Lorna McMahon
Did you know there are a whole lot of Canadians quilting and blogging in the Great White North?
For the second year, the good folks at Sew Sisters Quilt Shop have organized a great way for everyone to be introduced to those clever and talented Canadian quilters.

I am proud to be a Canadian Quilting Blogger!
Although I have lived on each of the coasts of Canada,
I was born, raised and have lived most of my life in Ontario.
No, Rob Ford is not my Mayor and I don’t live in or near Toronto.

But at least an hour west of that.

On a nice quiet dirt road.

With cows.

My name is Lorna.

I am addicted to fabric.

And I am quilt obsessed.

There!  I confess!
Don’t change the locks on my sewing room!

I have a penchant for quilt design.

Did I mention I like fabric too?

I am always looking to be inspired by gifted quilters as I travel along on this, my sewing journey.

Please leave a comment.
Then put the kettle on ’cause I’m coming over! 
 

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30 Responses

  1. Your work is wonderful! Greeting from a fellow addict,Estheresthersipatchandquilt@yahoo.comipatchandquilt.wordpress.com

  2. Very nice. I'm in the US but my great great great grandfather came here from Quebec. My ancestors arrived there from France in the 1600s.

  3. Anne says:

    You have locks on your sewing room door? To keep you in or others out? Or maybe it's to hide how much fabric you have! Mmmm, maybe I should get myself a lock! :oD

  4. bluenines says:

    Locks on you sewing room? to keep your fabric safe from harm? happy sewing

  5. Nice to meet you!! I am from the Ottawa Valley but I live in the UK now. If I ever move back home I can't wait to meet all these Canadian quilters!!!

  6. Maggie says:

    Drop in for tea any time, we are in Ottawa, glad I am not the only one who is on this amazing journey, with fabric and quilting. Keep on swimming…

  7. Great post Lorna! Phew-y on Rob Ford! Glad we live far enough away.

  8. Brenda says:

    Nice to meet you too. I've got the tea on here in Winnipeg. can I pour you a cup?

  9. sherry says:

    really truly there is enough rob ford to go around…lol…grettings from central bc

  10. EmileeHope says:

    I found you thru the sew sisters canada blogathon, (and just in time for your big giveaway in an earlier post!) nice to have found you!

  11. Love the hexy quilt! Thanks for doing a special post. Carol

  12. love your style – crisp and clean and bright. Do stop by for a visit – tea and coffee are always available, so bring your friends.I'm enjoying some sunshine this morning in BC

  13. Katherine says:

    Love to have you in for a cuppa and guess what? My sewing room is mere steps from the kitchen. I think we should share our fabric addiction. :o)Lovely post, Lorna. You make amazing quilts! So glad you're sharing your talent with us.

  14. Your oink-a-doodle quilt always make me smile!

  15. Shari says:

    Lovely quilts…what a fun post!

  16. Janet says:

    Hi there Lorna \”at least an hour west of Toronto\”. 🙂 Creating as much distance as you can eh 🙂 I am coming to Toronto for a visit in a couple of weeks – haven't been there in many years. Thanks for a glimpse at your lovely quilts.

  17. Heather says:

    Your farm quilt is adorable. I'm also about an hour west of Toronto.

  18. Rosa says:

    Your hexie quilt caught my eye and thanks for the fun.I`m caming from Spain ,too far away from there and enjoyed the tour across Canada.

  19. Conni says:

    pleased to meet you, I am having fun meeting all kinds of other Canadian Quilt bloggers

  20. Linda says:

    Hello from Halifax! Your quilts are just wonderful.

  21. Dominique says:

    It was only a matter of time before Rob Ford was mentionned in a quilting blog. Enjoyed my visit here, as always. One of these days I will drop in for tea…

  22. Visiting from St. John's, NLGreat blog and quilts

  23. Deb says:

    Like you blog. Visiting from 108 Mile Ranch, BC

  24. Happy Turtle says:

    Love the pictures and your quilts.

  25. Vicki says:

    I so wish that you were on your way to visit! I love having met you. Thank you for being YOU!

  26. No cows here, but we do have a goldfish pond. Which is frozen over. Brrr. Good morning!

  27. Cheryl says:

    Your quilts are just too cute and your blog is inspiring!

  28. Michele T says:

    Love all your quilts especially Oink A Doodle Moo – very sweet!!

  29. Your quilts are really beautiful. I am enjoying meeting fellow Canadian quilters.

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