For those of you who are new to my blog, welcome! I hope you'll enjoy exploring the different projects I've shared here. I'll start by introducing my-self. I come from an engineering background, but I've always been a crafty person in my free time. I think this is a great combination for quilting and sewing in general, as both require some logic and creativity. I started sewing when I got my first apartment, mainly doing home decor projects. I would say I got into sewing and quilting more seriously after becoming a mom, about 5 years ago. As I wanted to make projects for my little ones, I discovered modern prints as well as an amazing online quilting community. I love creating and designing projects of my own. For me, quilting and patchwork projects are a great way to express my creativity. I have published (see my Tutorials and Patterns) several projects in different magazines, and I’m the co-founder and current vice-president of the Montreal Modern Quilt Guild.
Here are a few pictures of my projects that I find representative of my style:
I thought I would be great to share a small project with you today. But since this post is already quite long, I decided to write it in a separate post. It's a fabric tray I've made for my eyeglasses. I hope you'll like it!
Now to the fun part, a giveaway generously provided by Sew Sisters! The winner will get a Fat Quarter bundle of some of my favorites Kona Cotton Solid colors.
To participate, just leave a comment on this post. The giveaway is open to International participants. You have until November 23 to participate. I'll announce the winner on the 24. If you are a no-reply blogger or don't have a blog account, please leave your email in the comment (otherwise I'll have to pick another winner).
Be sure to stop by the Sew Sisters Blog, there is also a giveaway sponsored by Timeless Treasures today.
If you didn't have time to see the other stops of Blogathon Canada, take note that all giveaways are open until November 23. So, there is still time to enter other giveaways. You'll find the list of hosts here.
Blogathon Canada is also and more importantly about getting to know other bloggers sharing the same passion from all over the country. Let me introduce you to some bloggers from Quebec. Some I know, because they are friends and members of the Montreal MQG. Others, I'm discovering them my-self.
- Living with Purpose
- F r a n c e N a d e a u
- Dizzy Quilts
- Courtepointe & MOI
- Deux Petites Souris
- The Finished Garment
- The Quilting Geek
- Peg’s Place
I hope you are enjoying Blogathon Canada!