Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Welcome to Blogathon Canada!

Oh I am so excited that you are here! I was stoked when Sew Sisters contacted me to be a host on this year's Blogathon Canada. What an opportunity to hop around and meet amazing Canadian Quilters.  Marjorie from Marjorie's Busy Corner and I are representing the Maritimes today on the hop.
 
 
http://sewsisters.blogspot.ca/p/blogathon-canada-2013.html

Without further ado, Hi! My name is Adrienne and I would like to welcome you to Chezzetcook Modern Quilts. Chezzetcook what you say? I know, it is a funny name, and likely you are not sure how to pronounce it. Chezzetcook is a small community on the Eastern Shore of Nova Scotia, where I grew up. If you are a local, you drop the "t", add an "n" and say it fast - Chezzencook. Go on, give it a try...

I have been quilting for about 17 years, and blogging about my quilty adventures for nearly 2. I have an addiction to fabric, and quilting is the way that I cope with it. Stitching that cotton goodness into modern designs, taking it's picture and then writing about it. True Happiness!
 
The year so far has been a big one for me. I started organising two virtual quilt bees; ModQImprovB Canada and Global Scrap Bee. The first is helping me conquer my fear of improv, and the other links me with quilters from all over the world. Fun Stuff! Oh and I started this little thing called The Library Project. Basically a commitment to actually make something out of all of those quilting books that I buy :)
 
 
The next big thing on the agenda, and the one I am most atwitter about - I am staring a chapter of The Modern Quilt Guild here in the Maritimes. Our first meeting is scheduled for November 27th. I cannot wait to connect with other like minded quilters in our region.
 
http://maritimemqg.blogspot.ca/
 
So, lots of exciting stuff in the works around here. But here's the thing. At the end of the day, regardless of bees, projects, guilds, I still just like to quilt! After the day job, I crave to sit at the sewing machine and stitch up that fabric I cut a minute ago. So, I think the best way to get to know me is by having a looksie at some of my finished quilts!
 
"Frames" is my most recent finish, and is made up of Blocks from my Bee Mates at ModQImprovB Canada
 
This is "Bliangles" So named, because, well, let's just say, those triangle tips may be a tad blunt in spots.
 
"Beach Cabins" was a commissioned quilt that I made this summer. It lives in Ottawa now, but my client wanted a beachy feel and I think I nailed it :)
 
"Stamps for Melanie" was also a commission, in fact I am about to make my third stamps quilt. But I am not tired of it yet with all of those delicious fabrics!
 
Everyone likes a Baby quilt right?! "Baby Bella" is now spending quilty time with Baby Elizabeth.
 
"Foreign Currency" is likely my favourite finish this year. It lives on my couch every day and I never tire of it's simple boldness (nor do my kitty cats) 
Besides introducing myself, the other part of my hosting job today  is to introduce you to other Maritime Quilters. I have had a blast looking for other bloggers in my back yard. I think if you take the time to visit, you will find yourself seriously inspired! Here they are...

 
Now, what you have all been waiting for, the PRIZES!

PRIZE ONE
From me to you, I have picked this gorgeous bundle of Kona Brights. Just leave a comment on this blog post and these 10 Fat Quarters could be yours. I will make a random draw from all of the comments on November 24th. Remember, if you are a no reply blogger, leave me your e-mail. If I cannot reach the first pick, I will randomly draw again.

PRIZE TWO
Sew Sisters is also offering a prize during Blogathon Week. Hop back to their blog for a chance to win and delicious prize sponsored by Northcott
http://www.northcott.net/

THERE'S MORE!
That is two chances to win, but it doesn't stop there! Every Host on Blogathon Canada is giving away their own prize, so make sure to visit them all for more chances to win great stuff from Sew Sisters! Here is the schedule. Have Fun!



Monday, November 18
BC
Holly
Monday, November 18
BC
Heather
Tuesday, November 19
Maritimes
Adrienne
Tuesday, November 19
Maritimes
Marjorie
Wednesday, November 20
AB
Katherine
Wednesday, November 20
AB
Andrea
Thursday, November 21
SK
Flo
Thursday, November 21
MB
Kathy
Friday, November 22
QC
Izzy
Friday, November 22
Territories
Danielle
Saturday, November 23
ON
Jackie
Saturday, November 23
ON
Krista


Wow! We have done a lot today! It has been great to have you visit my little quilty blog. I hope you come back for a visit from time to time :)
Adrienne

219 comments:

  1. Greetings from Cape Breton!! Love your work!

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  2. Your quilts are just wonderful Adrienne. It will be so great to meet you in person at the first meeting of the MMQG. Thanks for hosting our "Maritime Day" on the Hop.

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  3. Your work is beautiful , I love the modern look you have achieved ! Thanks for sharing .

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  4. I think foreign currency is my favourite too! We lived in Head of Chezzecook for 3 years before we moved here to Bathurst, NB.

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  5. Love your quilts! Congratulations on your starting your new guild!

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  6. This is my first visit to your blog and I just love your quilts! This hop is fun and it's interesting to learn about places I haven't been to. Thanks for the chance at this wonderful prize.

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  7. Love your quilts, especially Bliangles. Thanks for sharing & thanks for the chance to win.

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  8. Adrienne your quilts are fabulous. Thanks for hoping and giving us a chance to win

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  9. Good morning from snowy Quebec. Yesterday we had rain, last night snow...odd weather! New to the Blogathon...loving your quilts, and always glad for a chance to win fabric! LOL Off to make some new friends...thanks for making it so easy to find new blogging buddies!

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    Wow! What a great bio you have. Love the fabric! Have a great week!

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  11. Good morning Adrienne!!!! What a wonderful post you have written for this hop. It is nice to see all of your wonderful work displayed here.

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  12. Hi Adrienne! Your quilts are beautiful, I especially love the solids quilt (currency) and the triangles. I've been wanting to make a triangle quilt for a long time-maybe after Christmas.

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  13. Thanks for the mention Adrienne! Looking forward to meeting you

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  14. Your quilts are just beautiful, my favorite is your triangle quilt....there's one in my future!

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  15. What a fantastic prize - loving all this Kona cotton everyone's been picking :D I love the colours in your Foreign Currency quilt and that triangle quilt is magnificent (blunt corners and all).

    (clumsy.chord(at)gmail.com)

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  16. Love Kona solids to add colour or a base to your quilt.

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  17. wow - absolutely gorgeous quilts :-) I love the triangles especially.

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  18. Very nice blog. I love the quilt in the snow. Such a pretty quilt and the picture is beautiful. Love the give away. My friend Marjorie and I just ordered some Kona material from Mad About Patchwork which is a Canadian sight and the shipping was amazing. I ordered it Sunday night and I received it Thursday morning. Thanks for sharing your pictures. They are lovely.

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  19. I love your blog and am very envious that you live in Nova Scotia!:) Thank you for the giveaway...

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  20. elle from MB and those brights are wonderful. I like that triangle quilt, blunt tips and all!

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  21. Hi, so nice to read all about you, and look at all your beautiful quilts. I'll be back to visit again for sure.

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  22. Beautiful quilts! It's great to see what you are doing.

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  23. Love the Bliangles! They all look like sharp points to me :)

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  24. Beautiful work. I love the Bliangles quilt. I really want to make one like that and it makes me feel better to know that not everyone has gotten it perfect.

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  25. Nothing like a chance to sit down and create, relax and a couple of months from now, seeing a project completed and having the opportunity to enjoy the fruits of our labour, quilting is like red wine, it just gets better with age. Thank you for sharing your beautiful work.

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  26. Hi! I'm happy to meet you and your beautiful quilts with great photos! Thank you for a fantastic givea way!
    Sunny wishes from Greece! Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  27. Fabulous quilts - my favourite is your 'Bliangles' quilt!

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  28. Very nice quilts... Great idea about The Modern Quilt Guild in the Maritimes, What a good way to share and spend more time doing things that we really enjoy. I am sure you will have lots of fun!

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  29. I love Bliangles, and the name is fantastic! We all have blunt points at times!

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  30. Your quilts are beautiful, especially loved seeing that one in the snow. Thanks so much for hosting!

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  31. Discovering all these new Canadian quilt bloggers is great! I love your quits -- I'll be back to read more of your blog! annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  32. Hello from SUNNY (it really is sunny today!!!) mid-Michigan! I LOVE your quilts!!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  33. Love your use of color, I will be checking out your blog from now on!

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  34. I love all your quilts.....I am a new fan!! Great post..it is so nice to make " new friends" !

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  35. Hi Adrienne! What a great post! You take stunning quilt photos, wish you could pop over to Vancouver and photograph a few of my quilts! I love that equilateral triangles quilt - I've done a potholder but not a full-size quilt with that block but it's on my to do list. I'm so excited that you're starting the MMQG. Where will your first meeting be held? I love that we both chose a bright Kona solids bundle for our prize, great minds think alike!

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  36. Lovely quilts, thanks for the giveaway.

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  37. Gorgeous quilts.Beach cabins my fav.thanks for the chance!

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  38. Nice collection of quilts. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  39. Adrienne - Your quilts are gorgeous! I especially love, am drawn, to your improv beauties. Improv is so forgiving and fun, and is definitely my favorite way to piece. Congrats on starting a MQG. I know it will be a success.

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  40. That bundle looks delicious! Thank you. Your quilts are lovely

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  41. Now I know how to say your blog name, thank you. I love your quilts and good luck with your modern guild!

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  42. I'm so happy for you to be starting a MQG!! We are having our 3rd meeting this week. We are meeting at a local quilt shop for now (we can do a bit of shopping while we're there too!) and we've already had a guild challenge.
    I can't wait to see how much fun you have with your MQG :)

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  43. Your quilts are beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  44. Beautiful quilts. Love the Kona solids.

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  45. Thanks for the show around. The jewel tones in the last quilt are lovely.

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  46. Great post!!! I love all your photos...beautiful! What a beautiful selection of solids. It will make anyone's stash very happy.
    ps...thanks for the tutorial on how to say Chezzetcook. lol Maybe now people will know what I am trying to say. I still get looks when I say Tantallon ... apparently I haven't nailed that one either.

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  47. I LOVE your foreign currency quilt- it caught my eye immediately! Hello to you from the other side of the country - Vancouver BC!

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  48. I love that you use brights - I love brights too! And I really like the Library Project. I think I will have to relook at the books I have and quilt something from them, not just put in sticky notes :)

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  49. The brights are so beautiful in any quilt. I also have many books to make quilts. Hope I am the lucky one.

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  50. Adrienne, you have a really nice blog and your quilts are so happy! I especially love Frames. What a treasure - a quilt made of blocks made by you and by your quilting friends!

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  51. I really like your Foreign Currency quilt and wouldn't it be awesome in the Kona Brights! Thanks for the chance to win a bundle of them. Looking forward to hearing news of the MMQG in your future blogs.

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  52. I love all your quilt but the last one is my favorite. Thanks for sharing and coming to Missouri to show me (via the www). Thanks for a chance to win that great bundle of FQ's.

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  53. I love your Foreign Currency quilt as well. I'm such a fan of solids and never tire of them.

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  54. Enjoyed meeting you, Adrienne. You have a terrific giveaway - thanks for the chance.

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  55. wow i really love "foreign currency" and the photo of it in the snow...i alos love the bright "mess" of colour in "frames" ....i am a scuker for "messes" of colour...glad to meet you!

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  56. The colours on your "foreign currency" quilt are gorgeous.

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  57. Your quilt design and fabric choices are amazing!

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  58. Wonderful quilts, my fav is Beach Cabins.

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  59. I love all your quilts esp the triangles one.

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  60. Thanks for sharing your beautiful quilts. And I love those Konas!!

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  61. Your quilts are beautiful. Love the colours, so bright and cheery! Thank you for the chance to win.

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  62. Beautiful quilts! Thanks for the great contest!

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  63. So happy to read your post today Adrienne! Good for you for getting a mqg going in your area. I hope it goes better than the one here did! ha

    Love your projects!

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  64. Lovely quilts! Thanks for the giveaway and chance to win.

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  65. Would love to add these colours to my stash. Your quilts are gorgeous and I love that they are displayed in with the outdoors.

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  66. I already know what lovely work you do since I'm already a follower! But now I know how to actually pronounce your blog name!

    Kim @ TiesThatBindQuilting

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  67. Thanks for sharing all those beautiful quilts. Those Kona solids are yummy!

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  68. Nice to meet you!!! Greetings from the frozen north in the Yukon (-34C with the windchill this morning!!!).

    I love the brightness and fun of your quilts, Foreign Currency is my favourite. Thank you for the opportunity to "meet" you, happy quilting!!!

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  69. Nice to meet you!!! I blog from North Vancouver, but my heart is in the maritimes (so are my sister, my three uncles and my aunt). I miss spending my summers in Liverpool with my grandparents, but look forward to our family reunion in August 2015 at White Point Beach Lodge! You cracked me up with "Bliangles" - it's a beauty, as are the other quilts you shared!

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  70. Thank you for sharing your wonderful quilts. I love the bright colors you use.

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  71. Thanks for the eye candy. They are really lovely quilts! And, thanks for the chance to win some more solids! I'm pretty sure I'm a reply blogger, but just in case iamaeble {at} gmail.com

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  72. Great to meet you, and add you to my list of Canadian quilters! Love your Beach Cabins quilt, and your blangles, and, well, all of them! Thank you for this great opportunity to both meet other Canucks and to win!

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  73. i love the colors you picked for the giveaway. thank you for being so generous babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  74. What a yummy bundle of fabrics! And thanks for the lovely show'n'tell of your quilts!

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  75. yay always happy to find new Canadian blogs :)

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  76. Nice to meet you. Your quilts all look great. Thanks so much for the giveaway and the chance to win.

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  77. Hi Adrienne! Waving at you from a very cold (-27 C with windchill) Calgary, this morning. What a ray of sunshine your blog is. :o) Your quilts are gorgeous! Such pretty settings too, for photographing them. Very inspiring.
    So happy to meet you and delighted to be a part of Blogathon Canada with you.

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  78. I love your style! Trasitional with a nice, fresh twist!

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  79. Beautiful quilts, beautiful fabrics! If you cannot reach me at the gmail account, please try midwayfarms@hughes.net. Thanks!

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  80. Wow I am new to quilting and would love to win these, I am sure they would inspire some ideas.

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  81. I love the "Frames" quilt, with all the beautiful bright colors and geometric shapes.

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  82. I love the qults and the bloghop.

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  83. Love these!!!!!!!! Pick me!! LOL!!! Please!

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  84. So lovely to visit your blog, Adrienne! Your quilts are all gorgeous, and I really love Foreign Currency as well. No wonder you snuggle with it every day. Thanks for hosting this year, and thanks for the giveaway.

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  85. Love your pictures of your quilts Adrienne .... And your library project is an excellent one :)

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  86. "Foreign Currency" is a stunner! I love rich colours and this one has them! I like your other quilts too, but that one is a real eye catcher. Thank you so much for letting me see your creations.

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  87. Wow absolutely stunning pictures of your quilts...great job
    mcsweeney.erin@gmail.com

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  88. I love love love your Bliangles quilt!

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  89. The quilts are gorgeous and I love the backdrops for the pictures. They show up wonderful and what a wonderful scene! Nice to know there are bloggers in NS where I am also. I am really just a beginner and so enjoy looking at others finished quilts. Thanks

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  90. Greetings from northern ontario, love your quilts, and sure could some bold solids to help get thru the winter

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  91. Love your blog, love blog hops, and I love the fabric bundle , guess I'm in a loving mood today. Thanks

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  92. It's so nice to meet you! Thanks for sharing.

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  93. Hi Adrienne! Waving to you from Fredericton NB. Love all your quilts. Hope you'll stop by my Blog today too. And please count me in for the draw of those wonderful Kona Solids...

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  94. Hey - great qults and a great give away - have plans already :-) lizzie_10000@hotmail.com

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  95. Your quilts are beautiful! I am looking forward to seeing mor of your work! Thank you for sharing your love of quilting with us.

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  96. Thanks for hosting and showing your quilts. Abother blog to follow.

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  97. Love the bright colours and patterns in your quilts!

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  98. Thanks for showing us your quilts and for the list of Maritime quilters. I have known of some on the list but I shall visit the new ones.

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  99. You do make beautiful quilts. I'm learning some Canadian geography during the blog hop and that is fun.

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  100. Just started doing modern quilts and love the vibrant Kona solid colours.

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  101. Your quilts are beautiful! Nice to me you! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  102. I love the Maritimes so envy you I wish I could visit more often, Your quilts are lovely , I have a space for hose T Bights in my sewing room Now I realize what I'm missing.

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  103. Love your style! Hope you MQG works out!

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  104. I love your quilts. The colors are amazing. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  105. Wonderful Quilts. I like to make crazy quilts too. I make them on my serger so I don't have to use a foundation piece. Then these are donated to Sick Kids to be given to children with cancer.

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  106. I love your quilts and the great names. Thanks for showing them to us.
    I love the bright Kona fabric, ok any of the Kona fabric is great.

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  107. Love your quilts, they are so bright and cheery. Thanks for hosting.I am a fellow maritimer, cape breton.

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  108. Thanks for the blog hop - I love discovering new bloggers!

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  109. Great to "meet" new bloggers...and right in my own back yard!

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  110. Your quilts are lovely, especially Bliangles. I hope to make a triangle quilt soon. Thanks for sharing and for the giveaway.

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  111. Beautiful quilts. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  112. I love the bright colours you use in your quilts

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  113. you made some really great modern quilts, i have an addiction too. lol i'm be checking you out more

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  114. Your quilts are so beautiful. Thanks for sharing them with us.

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  115. It's been a pleasure to visit your lovely blog. Wonderful quilts, Adrienne. Greetings from Ontario.

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  116. I enjoyed browsing through your blog. Really like your modern quilting. Thanks for the opportunity to enter a great give-away!

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  117. Love your modern quilts. I am a new quilter from Oklahoma. Enjoying meeting our Canadian Neighbor Quilters. Thanks. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  118. Love yours quilts and it's nice to learn More about you
    Canadian quilters.
    I live in Sweden and enjoy mostly scrapquilting:-)

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  119. Love your quilts; quite a variety (and doesn't that make it fun!) The fabric is in gorgeous colors, so thank you for giving us this opportunity.

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  120. Love the solid fabrics! Nice to see that there are modern quilters in our midst here in N.S. I am in the South Shore, just outside the city, and like you, managing my fabric addiction.

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  121. I really love your Beach Cabins quilt.... the colors are wonderful.

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  122. Thanks for hosting, Adrienne. It's so nice to see your lovely quilts in one post, and lots of fun to visit fellow Maritimers!

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  123. I love these fabrics and Nov. 24th is my birthday, how appropiate a lovely gift. thanks for the chance.

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  124. Holy smokes! That's a lot of comments! Is it wrong for me to want to win those Konas? They're just so lovely!

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  125. Great quilts - and great photos of them! I'm glad I found your blog through the Blogathon.

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  126. Love these fabrics! I enjoy reading your blog.

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  127. Wow, you have some great quilts there, looking forward to seeing more great Canadian quilt bloggers

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  128. Lovely quilts! Good luck with the new MQG!!

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  129. Love all of your work. So glad you got me back into quilting and of course that you are my friend, work buddy and fellow coven member!

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  130. your quilts are beautiful. thanks for sharing :)

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  131. Beautiful quilts. Thx for chance to win!

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  132. Beautiful quilts! I especially like Foreign Currency. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  133. Your quilts are all gorgeous and I love the variety in designs, patterns, and colours!!! Thanks for the chance to win that colorful bundle!!!

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  134. Beautiful fabrics and great blog!

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  135. Love yor "Bliangles". I've been similarly challenged :-). Thanks for hosting the Kona giveaway!

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  136. Adrienne, your work is beautiful! I love meeting fellow Canadian bloggers & this blogathon sure helps with that! Thanks for a chance at the give-away.
    Maureen
    mgw070 at shaw dot ca

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  137. Beautiful quilts! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  138. I love rainbow fabric! And I already loved your blog 8)

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  139. I love your Bliangles quilt and I love the Kona solids. I can see an Amish quilt in the making.

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  140. I love your Baby Bella quilt. Off to visit the other blogs.

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  141. Happy to find your blog! And looking forward to following along as you create more beautiful quilts!

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  142. Love your quilts. The Foreign Currency is stunning - but I'm partial to those blue shades. I also love the stamp quilt.

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  143. What fabulous quilts!! Thanks for a chance to win! :)

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  144. Lovely quilts! greetings from Winnipeg and thanks for the chance to win those Konas.

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  145. What a happy bundle of giveaway! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  146. I have not worked much with solids- not sure why - I like working with tone on tone fabrics. These fabrics would make a bright happy quilt. Thanks for the chance to win such pretty fabrics.
    Regards from Alberta,
    Anna

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  147. Your quilts are awesome! Thank you for introducing yourself, and good luck with the MMQG!

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  148. Some amazing quilts you have made. I think you nailed the beach cabins, its fab! Loving the bundle you have picked to giveaway!

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  149. Love your vibrant colors in your quilts
    jerrimclellan@gmail.com

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  150. congrats on starting a Maritime MQG! Have fun with it Some great quilts - love the triangles - blunt tips or not!

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  151. Nice to 'meet' you! I am a fellow Canadian (from near Ottawa). I must make the Foreign Currency - I bought the pattern ages ago and seeing yours makes me want one too!! GREAT blog hop!

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  152. Well Adrienne...your quilts are just stunning! This hop is so much fun. You Canadians are a great group of gals!

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  153. It is fun 'meeting' new bloggers through this tour. I enjoy stamp quilts, I generally start with 1 1/2 or 2 inch squares. Thanks for sharing and for a chance at your giveaway.

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  154. Nice to meet you! Thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  155. Beautiful quilts! You have an eye for color & I love that. Thank you for sharing. It is so much fun meeting all the new people.

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  156. Congratulations on starting your Modern Quilt Guild. You must be very excited!

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  157. Your work is just wonderful. I love all of the great blocks you used in your designs.

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  158. "Frames" GORGEOUS... This is very inspiring.. thank you

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  159. Wow, I love all your quilts and so happy to meet up! I tried to get a modern QG in Smithers, but its not on yet. you have a lot going on! Thanks for the opportunity to win that awesome set of solids!
    carlithequilter@gmail.com

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  160. your quilts are so stunning! I love them! Thankyou for the possibility to win that awesome prize pack!

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  161. SUCH NEAT QUILTS!
    THANK YOU FOR A GREAT GIVEAWAY TOO!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  162. Looking forward to poking around your blog, great work!
    Melissa

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  163. I love your quilts and I may just have to make a "bliangles" myself :)

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  164. I like them all! Good work! :)

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  165. Thanks you for being a part of this wonderful Blogathon. I love your take on Modern Quilts, they are all so vibrant and beautiful.
    forbesrj@shaw.ca

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  166. Your colour combinations are marvelous! Thank you for the tour.

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  167. Thank you for the chance to get my hands on those lovely solids, and bright ones to boot! I love "Foreign Currency". It would be my favorite too.

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  168. Hello from Newfoundland :) I also love your Foreign Currency quilt...very very pretty. Thank for the opportunity to win these beautiful Kona solids. Have a great day.

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  169. Lovely work. Thanks for the chance.

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  170. Oooh, Foreign Currency is gorgeous!

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  171. I love your work it is beautiful Those colors are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing

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  172. Love your quilts. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  173. Beautiful quilts and what a neat giveaway!

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  174. Hello from Ontario. You are a very busy lady. Love your quilts.

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  175. Lovee Beach Cabins, beautiful!

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  176. Enjoying your site and lovely quilts

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  177. Really beautiful quilts. Thank you for sharing

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  178. I LOVE your foreign currency quilt! I am really enjoying this blogathon! So many great new blogs I am discovering!

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  179. A woman after my own heart!!! I too am terrified of free motion quilting. I have so many projects started and they have all stopped dead at the quilting part. Hit me over the head with a sewing machine! But thank you so much for tips and ideas! Love your blog and will become a regular follower. I am not a traditional quilter and love your quilts. I really love your quilt "Frames". Hope your day today is as sunny as ours is, in Prince Edward Island! Thank you!

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  180. Your quilts are lovely. Very much enjoyed seeing them!

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  181. Lovely pictures you have chosen. This is a brilliant idea to give away a solid bundle. Amazing colors

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  182. I haven't sewn with solids before, so this would be a new adventure for me if I win!! LOL

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  183. Your solids quilt is gorgeous, it glows.
    Barb@Witsend

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  184. Lovely bright bundle. Thank you for participating.

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  185. What a bright bundle thanks

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  186. Gorgeous quilts. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  187. Ha Ha your "about me" profile made me LOL. Thanks for the lovely giveaway opportunity!

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  188. My favourite quilt is Foreign Currency.Oh how those colours shine within the quilt. Great to have giveaways . Happy Quilting from Fort McMurray AB:)

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