Here’s an amazing post by the Yarn Harlot explaining the Canadian government system and what’s going on right now. It’s a long post, but very well written and an easy read.
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My second niece arrived safely Halloween night. Alice Lynne McDougall-Foster was born at 7:52pm, weighing in at 8lb, 10oz and 21.5″ tall! That’s my mom, Alice and Lucy’s Nana, in the last picture. Big sister Lucy went trick or treating
Here are some photos from the past two weeks of the glorious colours that could be found in Ottawa. I don’t remember them ever been quite so gorgeous as they have been the past couple of weeks. Some of the
Carla Barrett of Feathered Fibers draws these adorable quilting cartoons for a magazine, Machine Quilting Unlimited.
Living in the Nation’s capital for the past 6+ years, Canada Day has become my most favourite day of the year. It starts pretty early in the morning, and lasts well into the early hours of the next day, sometimes
There’s a great article over on the Lemon Tree Tales’ web site, Sewing Room Ergonomics or why does it hurt when I sew?. My sewing machine and table set-up are my problem. I really need to lower my machine, about
“Oh, it’s not for me! I’m buying it for a friend!” Because it’s on sale. It keeps without refrigeration, and you don’t have to cook it to enjoy it. Also, you never have to feed it, change it, wipe its
The winner for my 6-Month Anniversary Celebration is… *drum roll please* Number 17, Amy, from Wisconsin who wrote, I am from NW Wisconsin. To answer my “favorite” thing about quilting…GOLLY! That’s tough. I enjoy ALL stages, but the quilting stage
Here are some pictures I took at the Ottawa Tulip Festival this past weekend. My friend and I walked from Lansdowne Park up to Commissioners Park and took photos along the way. I’m hoping to go to Major’s Hill Park