Tuesday, 18 November 2014

Welcome Blogathon Visitors!

Sew Sisters Blog

If it's your first time here, welcome! I am Dominique and I love to quilt.  I bet we have that in common!  To those of you who are regular readers, I don't have anything new to blog about, so I will be revisiting quilts I have shown before.  I hope you enjoy your visit.
I have been sewing most of my life, and quilting for about 10 years.  Over the years, I went from traditional to modern, but I still enjoy many different styles.
This fall colour quilt is very traditional but still one of my favourites:

Ma Saison Préférée (My Favourite Season) - 2009

These days, with a busy family schedule, I naturally gravitate towards simpler quilts with less pieces...

Girly Girl Quilt - 2013

...which are decidedly more modern.

Up, Up and Away - 2013 based on a quilt by Amanda Jean Nyberg in Sunday Morning Quilts
I have learned that minis are a satisfying ay to try new techniques without spending too much time...

Circles mini - 2013

and I dabble in improvised piecing.

Colourful Scraps Improv Quilt - 2014
I like to make small, pretty, useful items like luggage tags...

... lanyards...


... and pouches.
Oh, and I am a proud member of the Maritime Modern Quilt Guild, an awesome bunch of quilters.
I hope you enjoyed your visit!  If you have not done so, please go check out my fellow Atlantic Canadian bloggers.  You can find their blogs via Linda's (Scrapmaster) and Linda (Stitch Lines).
Thanks to Sew Sisters for sponsoring this Canadian Blog Tour!


  1. Love all your projects! And I just learned ma saison préférée this week in French class.

  2. Greetings from Cape Breton! Love all of your work! There's quite a mix. I like making the smaller things inbetween working on the larger pieces, too. Hope you've had a wonderful day!

  3. Fun to see some of your previous project Dominique!

  4. Such a beautiful projects.Hard to choose only one fav.Great job!!

  5. All beautiful projects. Especially love your improv quilt. I like small projects too but huge quilts are always calling me.

  6. First time Canadian Blog hopper here. I enjoyed reading your post. Nice pouch. Love your Up, Up and Away quilt. Did you use a specific pattern?

  7. I love those improv curves on that mini. I've been meaning to try more improv piecing but never seem to find time. Maybe that will be my quilty resolution for 2015.

  8. These are all wonderful projects!! :)

  9. I LOVE Up, Up and Away. Was it really simple to make?

  10. I love Up, up & Away! I'm off to plan my own now.


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