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Sunday, November 17, 2013

Blogathon Canada 2013 - Welcome to the West Coast!

SewSistersQuiltShop  
It's time to kick off Blogathon Canada, a week-long celebration of Canadian quilting bloggers! Together with Heather from Winding Bobbins, I'm representing BC as a host. I'm here to tell you a bit about myself, introduce you to a dozen BC bloggers, and give away some lovely fabric!

Hi, I'm Holly! I've been quilting for close to twenty years and my passion for this craft only gets stronger with time. I founded the Vancouver Modern Quilt Guild in 2010 and it has enriched my life in so many ways. I love learning new tricks, being inspired, and, best of all, making quilting friends who really get me. Although I have all sorts of WIPs and ideas for new projects, I don't actually finish many quilts each year. Much of my time is spent chasing after my two daughters, ages six and two. I'm lucky enough to have a husband who supports my quilting habit and is willing to take photos of me holding a quilt in the middle of a busy downtown intersection!

I do enjoy blogging, but find myself posting more to Instagram these days, you can find me there as hollybroadland.

Thanks for visiting and taking a look at a some of my work!

 "Gabriel's Quilt" (2009) - this was my first modern quilt and the quilt I shared at the inaugural VMQG meeting in June 2010

 My first quilt (1996) - This is the quilt that started it all for me!

"HST Tote Bag" (2013) - Here is my swap partner Susan with the tote bag I made for her as part of the Pacific Northwest Modern Quilt Guild Meetup in Portland, Oregon. Pattern by a great Canadian quilter, Leanne of She Can Quilt!

 "Memories of QuiltCon" (2013) - I started this mini quilt at a Lizzy House workshop at QuiltCon in Austin, TX this February. I'm already looking forward to QuiltCon 2015!

 "Ethan's Quilt" (2013) - My most recent finish, I gave this quilt to my cousin's baby this past weekend.

"Rainbow Girl" (2013) - A labour of love that took me 3.5 years from start to finish

Check out these BC Quilt Bloggers! (and be sure to visit Heather's blog for an additional list)
Eclectic Gnome

Since I'm a huge fan of solids, I chose a prize that makes me happy. I hope it makes the winner smile as well!


To enter the giveaway for this bundle of ten fat quarters of bright and beautiful Kona Cotton solids from Sew Sisters Quilt Shop, simply leave a comment on this post by midnight PST on Saturday, November 23rd! (edited Sunday, November 24th: giveaway now closed, and the winner has been notified. See Blogathon Canada Winner post.) Please leave your email address if you're a no-reply blogger or I won't have a way to contact you. If you are a no-reply blogger, you might want to take a look at this tutorial by Jodi of Pleasant Home on how to change that. Contest open to international participants.

 Don't forget to head over to the Sew Sisters blog to enter their Aurifil thread giveaway!

The Blogathon is on all week and I hope you'll enjoy getting to know the host bloggers from all across our country!

Monday, November 18
BC
Holly
Holly's Red Bike (that's me!)
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

289 comments:

  1. Your rainbow on the rainbow is so much fun!!! I love that you shared your roots - your very first quilt. I love to see some of the 'quilt road' people have travelled!!! Thanks for the chance to win such a beautiful and inspiring bundle of fabric.

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  2. What an amazing bundle of solids! I am desperate to make a solids quilt - probably with HSTs- something like your amazing "Memories of Quiltcon" ! Thanks for the opportunity to win this fabric!

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  3. Your Memories of QuiltCon quilt is fantastic! Thanks for the chance to win the lovely bundle of solids.

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  4. I love all your makes. Your HST tote is amazing :-)

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  5. I love your Rainbow Girl quilt! I'd love to make one!!

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  6. Thanks for sharing all your lovely quilts. I just love the quilt for the little one. Thank you for the inspiration...my niece just had a little boy too, perfect idea! Loving the bundle of Kona solids thanks for your generosity!

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  7. Beautiful quilts! It's so fun to meet fellow Canadian bloggers. I've never worked with Kona solids, but I'd love to, so your giveaway is fantastic.

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  8. Thanks for sharing your lovely quilts. Rainbow Girl is amazing. Thanks.

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  9. Your quilts are beautiful and I love the stack of solids you chose for the giveaway. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. How fun to discover and find out about Canadian bloggers! I just love Gabriel's quilt. Kona Snow is one fabric that I use very often and love it, so thanks for the chance to win a beautiful bundle of their solids.

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  11. Lovely post Holly...I am making sure I don't miss you again....love your quilts!!!

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  12. Nice to see the photo parade of quilts you've made! Love that rainbow one.

    Those Kona colours are gorgeous - great prize!

    (clumsy.chord(at)gmail.com)

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  13. Nice idea for high;lighting Canadian quilt bloggers ! (ybradbury@gmail.com)

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  14. Your quilts are amazing! "Rainbow Girl" is just wonderful.

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  15. Hello from southern Ontario. I love Gabriels quilt, clean, modern, and the white really showcases the other fabrics. Thanks for sharing so many photos, and the blogs of other BC quilters. Great giveaway too.

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  16. oh, I do like solids. How great to see where the Canadian quilters are hiding out!

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  17. Reporting here from "sunny" mid-Michigan ;-) THANKS so much for sharing your quilting adventures! I LOVE LOVE LOVE your modern designs!

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  18. You say you haven't made lots of quilts but the ones you've made are beautiful! I especially love Gabriel's quilt. blessings, marlene

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  19. It's such fun to meet quilters from across the country. I love your first quilt pictured and the rainbow quilt especially.
    My husband supports my craziness, but not sure he'd go so far as taking a photo in the street!
    I love the solids!

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  20. Hi Holly, It is great that your hosting the Blogathon for BC. It is the first time I follow this event and I'm looking forward getting to know more bloggers from Canada. Thanks a lot for the giveaway! Great choice. I'm sure it will please a lot of modern quilters.

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  21. Holly , your work is lovely , so many beautiful projects , thanks for hosting and for sharing your work with us.

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  22. Love that solids collection. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  23. Lots of talent in BC! Thanks for all the links and the opportunity to win!

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  24. Beautiful quilts. Thanks so much for sharing and for the opportunity on a wonderful giveaway.

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  25. Lovely pieces from beginning to current - oh, your labor of love is a love. Thank you for hosting and sharing your work.

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  26. Love your work...thanks for sharing and the lovely giveaway!

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  27. The green squares modern quilt is just adorable! I need to do one of those. Thanks for giving me some inspiration.

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  28. Thanks for hosting! It is so great to see what other quilters are up to.

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  29. Blogathon has given me the opportunity to know more about your work and inspiring ideas. I loved the Rainbow Girl and Gabriel's Quilt. Definitely will stop by more often to see what you are posting here. Happy quilting.

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  30. Beautiful quilts! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  31. I love seeing all your quilts and thank you for including the link to my bag pattern. Your bag is wonderful. You know I love solids, what a lovely giveaway, thank you, and also thanks for the links to the other bloggers.

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  32. Loving the bright bright solids. So wonderfully happy.

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  33. Beautiful colors and quilts you make!!! Love your pick for the Give-away!!

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  34. Hi Holly! I'm happy to meet you and your beautiful blog! Your quilts are so beautiful! Thank you for sharing those wonderful fabrics - I miss solids! Sunny wishes from Greece! x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  35. Love seeing some of your work!

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  36. Love the brightness of those solids. They're begging to be made into something fun. :)

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  37. Your quilts are an inspiration Holly!

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  38. You have made some very nice quilts.

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  39. I also love solids. I love the rainbow quilt and bonus score with the cross walk.

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  40. Absolutely love your modern quilts and what a fantastic giveaway, thanks for hosting this part of the blogathon :) forbesrj@shaw.ca

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  41. Visiting from Nova Scotia! I've made a version of your rainbow girl...love it! And would love to win your giveaway!

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  42. Nice to "meet" you. I'm up in Kamloops and yes I love solids too ; )

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  43. Beautiful quilts! Thanks for the giveaway...

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  44. Fabulous quilts.Thanks for the fun!!

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  45. fantastic quilt. thanks for the giveaway.

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  46. Beautiful quilts. Your Rainbow Girl is stunning. Thanks for the giveaway

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  47. Great job. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  48. The fabric is so bright you have to smile. Great quilts, thank for the chance to win.

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  49. So gorgeous, Holly! Love the pic in the Davie St. cross walk. I have a small (read: large) yearning for the Kona solids....

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  50. Good to meet you!! Love your quilts, and thanks for the great give away!

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  51. I love your quilts. Thanks for the giveaway. You can never have too much fabric.

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  52. beautiful quilts...thx for hosting this blogathon...it is nice to see what my fellow countrymen are up to quitling wise...

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  53. very nice quilts. Thanks for hosting in your neck of the country. Those solids are wonderful. I love brights and use them in most of my quilts.

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  54. I'm with you on solids and my local quilt shop doesn't really carry many because she prefers textured solids. Because of that, I always order them in. Great picks!

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  55. Great Kick off post Holly! I am moving ahead with a Modern Quilt Guild in the Martitmes, our first meeting is at the end of this month. I cannot wait!

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  56. One can't have enough solids! Thanks for the chance. happy hopping

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  57. I am slowly becoming a fan of solids. Don't have very many in my stash yet.

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  58. I love your quilts (and what a cheerful bundle of fabric)!

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  59. Love it all! I really need to start working with some solids ;) Thanks for the chance Holly!

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  62. Hi Holly! So nice to meet you and to see the beautiful quilts you've made. You've really got an eye for colour. I especially love your work with solids - so inspiring!

    Thanks so much for kicking off Blogathon and sharing a slice of your life with us. Can't wait to meet more Canadian bloggers!

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  63. Wow what a give away. My friend Marjorie and I just ordered some Kona fabric for a hop that is coming up. It is such nice fabric. I love your quilts especially the first one. It is so simple but so eye catching. Thanks for sharing.

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  64. Pretty quilts, love Rainbow Girl. It looks like a fabric color wheel. :) 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  65. Love your rainbow quilt, it may have taken you 3 years to complete but totally worth it - a beautiful quilt!
    Thanks for a great giveaway - I love working with solids.

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  66. I enjoyed your blog seeing the many beautiful projects you make.

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  67. I like Sew Sisters & this Canadian blog hop is a great idea! Love finding new quilt blogs to read & i'm also on Instagram so I will look you up! annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  68. Hi Holly! So happy that you and Heather are representing our beautiful West Coast!

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  69. Your quilts are beautiful and I am so glad that I have found you through this great Canadian Blog Hop. I love the Rainbow quilt, sew inspiring to me to start using more brights!!!

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  70. Oh, this is so exciting! I love these quilts, they are gorgeous!

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  71. All your quilts are lovely, but especially like the rainbow quilt!! Thanks for participating in this great blog hop. I know it's going to be a fun-filled week!

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  72. Thanks for showing your quilts, they are fabulous! And congrats on founding the Modern quilt guild in Vancouver. I've been president of our local guild and now how much work that is but also how rewarding it is too.

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  73. Hi Holly! Funny, my first quilt looked a lot like yours! Thanks for the giveaway, I love those bright, cheery colours. I'm off to check out some of those blogs now...

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  74. These quilts are so inspirational...thanks for sharing your adventure.

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  75. Hi Holly!
    I love the colours you used in your modern quilt. Gorgeous!
    And I like your rainbow quilt too. Great photo :)

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  76. Love your work and the solids are beautiful! !! Suehenderson@ sympatico.ca

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  77. Memories of QuiltCon is stunning! Rainbow girl is also incredible! Great work, so glad I found your blog :)
    melissadonnett@gmail.com

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  78. Such fun quilts! Thank you for sharing.

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  79. Hi Holly, I'm new to your blog and now following by bloglovin. I am a Canadian that has been living in the US since 2002. We will be returning to Ontario sometime in 2014. I started quilting in January 2002 ...5 months later I moved to the US. Love Gabriel's quilt...thanks for the inspiration, I will be back to visit. Happy stitching, Pauline

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  80. I've never played with Kona solids. So pretty!

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  81. I love the things you do with triangles! That mini is especially pretty, thank you for the giveaway and participating in the blog hop!

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  82. Beautiful quilts. You are very talented!

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  83. Hi Holly, While I would call myself a traditional quilter I "love" the quilt you shared at your first modern quilt guild meeting. Maybe I am moving over. :-) Email is lizzie_10000@hotmail.com

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  84. Wow - your Rainbow Girl quilt is stunning!

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  86. Love your first modern quilt - think I have some of those fabrics - love the mix with the white! email - donnakg277@gmailcom

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  87. HELLO,LOVE YOUR QUILTS,ESPECIALLY THE FIRST OF WHITE+AQUA'S ON THIS POST!
    THANKS FOR SHARING A BEAUTIFUL BRIGHT GIVEAWAY!
    HAPPY STITCHING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  88. Love seeing your quilts again Holly! Rainbow Girl is definitely my favorite! Those solids of yours look so yummy, I would love the bundle!

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  89. Love your quilts especially the little animal one. Thanks for the giveaway. One can not go wrong with Kona solids. nancymcmahan16@gmail.com

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  90. you have such a great eye for color. love all your quilts especially rainbow girl. keep up the great work. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  91. I love your quilts - sashing in white is one of my favourite things!! And i TOTALLY love Kona solids. I am a fellow Canadian - originally from Ontario.

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  92. I LOVE that top quilt, and have pinned it on Pinterest! :) Thanks for the giveaway - what a beautiful bright bundle! ;)

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  93. Holly, I love your quilts and I am too into happy colours. Have not worked with Kona in a long time as I have a hard time laying my hands on them

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  94. So nice to read your blog and meet you. Your quilts are beautiful, and the giveaway looks great! I'm from Montreal and have been quilting for 10 years now.

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  95. Love the colors of the bundle...Been quilting about 15 years although I have been interested in quilting for many many more....(brayford_la@hotmail.com)

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  96. Love your quilts and thanks for the chance!

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  97. I love all your quilts but especially your Memories of QuiltCon. Beautiful! What a great prize for anyone to win. Love that Sew Sisters is doing the Blogathon again! Thanks for hosting!

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  98. i'm so glad they are having this Bloghop, gotta support Canadian but sometimes they are hard to find, love the bundle too.

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  99. Thank you for sharing your quilts with us. Beautiful inspiration in every piece.
    mreader@nf.sympatico.ca

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  100. You have done some awesome work! Hope to meet you one day at the guild meeting. :)

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  101. No wonder Susan has such a lovely smile on her face that is a fabulous bags. All work is lovely thank you for hosting.

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  102. I love all the beautiful quilts. I get inspired when I look at them all.

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  103. I love your work and your choice of gift prize.

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  104. These are all beautiful, and I could have so much fun with them!

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  105. Great post my friend! I love seeing your work all lined up. And seeing how your style has evolved! Thank you for including me.

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  106. Your quilts are wonderful. I can really see how you've progressed from the quilt in 1996 to your more recent quilts. Love Rainbow Girl - it is such a happy quilt!

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  108. Love your Rainbow Girl quilt! Great prize choices, wish me luck!

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  109. Thanks for the feature. I blogged about it. Really fun!
    http://www.sewbossi.com/2013/11/canadian-quilters-connect-blogathon.html
    I hope we will have the opportunity to meet as I am now part of the Victoria MQG.
    Cheers!
    Christine

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  110. Your quilts are lovely. Thanks for the giveaway. Linda

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  111. Great site Holly, this is my first blog hop... Very cool!

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  112. Love the rainbow quilt and the picture! It'll be a fun week meeting up with fellow Canadian bloggers!

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  113. I love your quilts especially the rainbow quilt! I would love to see more.

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  114. Wonderful quilts, Holly. And thanks for hosting the giveaway!

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  115. The quilts are simply just beautiful! I look at them with much envy. The rainbow bundle of fabric is a fantastic uplifter for the cold dark winter blahs. Working with them during the winter would put a smile to my face. Simply gorgeous! My email addy is: praisehimalways1960@hotmail.com Have a great day and God bless!

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  116. Lovely quilts. I am a traditional quilter however do occasional modern for the family! Thx for a chance to win these solids...I could use them with some of my stash

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  117. Wow! For a woman with a busy family you have a lot of beautiful projects completed. I love the pic on the rainbow crosswalk.

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  118. great found another great Canadian site to follow.

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  119. your quilts look great. I am excited about "meeting" more canadian quilt bloggers!!!

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  120. So happy to meet you. Your quilts are lovely. Thanks for the giveaway :-)

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  121. I'm so envious you're been to quilt con, great job on your quilts

    mcsweeney.erin@gmail.com

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  122. I love solids as well, and the bundle looks gorgeous. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  123. I've been looking here for 10 minutes and found hundreds of bloggers already . . . . will I ever have time to quilt again if I keep reading?

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  124. Love your fabric choice! I'm so happy you formed the VMQG too!

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  125. I'm looking forward to visiting all the blogs listed this week.

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  126. Beautiful quilts and I am happy I am not the only one who needs years for one quilt!

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  127. Beautiful quilts and I am happy I am not the only one who needs years for one quilt!

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  128. Can't wait to see new and fun blogs - quilters are such a great group of people.

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  129. You really must be proud of Rainbow Girl - it is a treasure. Thanks for sharing your beautiful quilts.

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  130. Love your quilts, it is so nice to be able to see and follow a group of Canadian quilters! Looking forward to the week.

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  131. Thanks for the pics - I'm always looking for inspiration - now if I could only clone me so I have more time to quilt!

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  132. I have just started to make a few quilts in the "Modern Style" and am really enjoying it!

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  133. Took a break from studying, im taking deisel mechanics.
    Saw the lovely solids and sure made me start dreamin!

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  134. What fun! A whole new world of quilters to get to know.

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  135. Love the yummy colors!!

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  136. Your quilts are beautiful. The colors of those Kona solids are so vivid & bright. I love them! Thank you for this blog hop. I love them!

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  137. Beautiful quilts! Lucious colours in your giveaway

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  138. It was nice meeting you. I have always loved solids and have been quilting with them when the biggest variety in colour was to be had only in poly/cotton blends. Thanks for the chance to win some wonderful cottons in gorgeous colours.

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  139. What a nice giveaway, this is going to be so much fun meeting new quilters and getting more inspiration thank you for the eye candy lhay@rctvonline.net

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  140. Love these colors. They would make a nice table runner.

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  141. I love getting to know more Canadian quilters/bloggers. The Kona solids are wonderful!

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  142. I love the solids. And I love shopping at Sew Sisters.
    cheryl.moscoe@gmail.com

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  143. Thanks for sharing your work and information about other bloggers.

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  144. I so love the new solids, and of course would love this lusicious gift. thanks

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  145. So pretty, thanks for the chance to win!

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  146. what lovely finishes you have.. thank you

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  147. Love Gabriel's Quilt, great color pallette.

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  148. Lovely work there Holly, but my very favorite is the fresh look of the one you showed at the inaugural VMQG meeting. Thanks for providing the colourful Kona cottons as a giveaway.

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  149. So great to have this Canadian Blogathon -- and great to see you up first! I'd love to win these luscious colours. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  150. That package of solid goodies sure would put a smile on my face. Thank you a chance

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  151. Ah... Kona love! And thanks for the tip on how to change the No Reply setting on one's blog. So many things to learn out there in the blogosphere!

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  152. I think my favourite is the Quiltcon mini. Nice to meet you!

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  153. Greetings from the far north!

    So nice to meet you and check out your quilts, so colourful and fun!

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  154. This is such a fun way to meet other Canadian quilting bloggers! I'm another who has never worked with the Kona cotton solids. That bundle of beautiful colours is very enticing!

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  155. How cool! A Canadian Blog-a-thon! This will be fun. And thanks for the chance to win the Kona solids.

    Ursula
    uschbear at gmail dot com

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  156. Your work is fantastic! I really love "Gabriel's Quilt". Thanks so much for a chance at the give-away.
    Maureen
    mgw070 at shaw dot ca

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  157. I love that rainbow quilt. Fantastic work!

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  158. just lovely ......lindacox1225@gmail.com

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  159. I love all those beautiful bright colors. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  160. Greetings from Nova Scotia- the other coast. Love your rainbow quilt

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  161. Hi from windy southern Ontario. Love seeing your quilts, such great work. And as a mother of 20 somethings, I can assure you that your sewing time will increase as they age. I've gone from 1 quilt a year to a dozen.

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  162. Beautiful work! I love "Gabriel's Quilt".

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  163. It's really nice to finally find some bloggers from 'home'; thank you both for being a part of this!

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  164. Love the colours. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  165. Love the quilts and love the fabric in the giveaway! If I am a no reply blogger you can reach me at midwayfarms@hughes.net as an alternative. Thanks!!

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  166. Love the colours. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  167. Looking forward to reading Canadian blogs. Love Gabriel's quilt.

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  168. Love the colours! Beautiful quilts! Thanks so much for the opportunity! Good luck to all of you! thejules92@msn.com

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  169. I love your quilts and Kona cottons!

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  170. What beautiful colours! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  171. What wonderful colors. Perfect for gray November.

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  172. Love Gabriel's quilt! And what a nice bundle you're providing an opportunity to win! Thanks for hosting :-)

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  173. What a great collection of solids! You have made some beautiful quilts! :)

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  174. Love the colors! Thank you so much for the wonderful opportunity to win.

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  175. I love the colors too! Glad to meet our Canadian quilters. Thanks. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  176. 'rainbow girl' is really great! love the photo setting ... nice frame! love kona solids! thanx for the great giveaway.

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  177. Love all those fabulous bright colours! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  178. Love what you have done and shared with us. Thanks.

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  179. Greetings from Cape Breton!! Your work is just divine!

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  180. Holly your work is outstanding. Thank you for. Sharing with us and hoping along

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  181. I LOVE your rainbow girl quilt. Is there a pattern?

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  182. So nice to see the Canadian Quilters

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  183. Just hopping around and it was your turn to be visited. I love the bundle you are giving away and I'm hoping to get luck here. Thanks for a chance.

    jeannegwin@gmail.com

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  184. Beautiful work, and such lovely colours in the solids bundle.

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  185. Morning from Muskoka, Ontario. Thanks for sharing your quilts.

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  186. I love your rainbow girl quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  187. Oh Holly! Those solids do more than make me smile, they make me salivate, drool and send my imagination into orbit. I will shamelessly say "OOOOhhhhh Pick ME!!!"
    Thanks for the chance to win such a great prize.

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