Monday, November 3, 2014

Blogathon Canada 2014!

Blogathon Canada is coming up, and yours truly will be one of this year's hosts!  Sew Sisters, a wonderful Toronto-based quilt shop, is sponsoring this online festival for the third year running in order to celebrate quilting in Canada (hooray for the land of the maple leaf!).  For each day of the Blogathon, two quilters will post about their own work and also provide links to quilters in their home provinces.  Fun and exciting giveaways will abound as well!  Giveaways will take place in both the individual quilters' blog entries and on the Sew Sisters blog, thanks to the generosity of Aurifil, Northcott, and Robert Kaufman, along with Sew Sisters.  (Breaking news on 11/7--Camelot Fabrics and Timeless Treasures have joined in as well--I'm giddy at the thought of all of the forthcoming giveaways!)  If you're a Canadian blogger, you can link up as well: see the Blogathon announcement over at Sew Sisters for details.  I don't know exactly what's in store, so I'm waiting with just as much anticipation as everyone else!

Here's the full schedule:
Monday, November 17BCStaceyStacey in Stitches
Monday, November 17BCJessicaMomiji Studio
Tuesday, November 18MaritimesLindaScrapmaster
Tuesday, November 18MaritimesLindaStitch Lines
Wednesday, November 19ABKelseyEveryday Fray
Wednesday, November 19ABLeanneShe Can Quilt
Thursday, November 20SKHeatherPeace.Love.Quilt
Thursday, November 20MBLoriNight Owl Quilting
Friday, November 21QCJoséeThe Charming Needle
Friday, November 21TerritoriesJanetCaribou Crossing Chronicles
Saturday, November 22ONLorna Sew Fresh Quilts
Saturday, November 22ONSandyUpstairs Hobby Room

Check back in a couple of weeks to join in on all the fun, and maybe even win some awesome fabric or other stash.  Many thanks to Sew Sisters for organizing this fabulous event--I'm looking forward to playing my part!


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