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Feature Fridays @ TN&TN

Feature Fridays are our show & tell day for individual Canadian bloggers who sew, quilt, or craft in the area of needlework & fibre arts. This includes felting, weaving, hooking, embroidery of all types, knitting, crochet, garment sewing, doll and pattern making too! 




Look who has been featured so far! (All names link to their feature post...) Newest profiles are at the bottom.


 
Rita Penner, Ontario

Holly McLean, New Brunswick


Michèle-Renée, Ontario


Kit Lang, Ontario


Monika Kinner-Whalen, Saskatchewan


Margaret Blank, Alberta


Ellen Pukalo, Manitoba


Brenda Suderman, Manitoba


Sam Alberts, British Columbia


Felicity Ronaghan, British Columbia


Jeanette Smith, Nova Scotia


Carolynn McMillan, Ontario


Jackie White, Ontario


Susan Barker, British Columbia


Mary Ann Tate, Ontario


Jennifer Scantlebury Vienneau, Prince Edward Island


Ariane Kring, Ontario


Ginette Vallieres, Ontario


Marjorie Henwood, New Brunswick


Brigitte Red, British Columbia


Carli Heinrichs, British Columbia


Karen Black, Ontario


Marianne Haak, Alberta


Deanne Fitzpatrick, Nova Scotia


Rachel Radnunsky, Yukon


Linda Kittmer, Ontario


Laurel, Manitoba


Angela Grasse, Ontario


Andrea Pelletier, Manitoba


Judy Stupak, Manitoba


Anja Clyke, Nova Scotia


Jocelyn Thurston, Ontario


Carla Peicheff, Ontario


Ruth Quinn, Ontario


Adrienne Klenck, Nova Scotia


Nicole Hannah, British Columbia


Leanne Parsons, Newfoundland and Labrador


Erin Suliak, Northwest Territories



If you are a Canadian textile/fibre artist who keeps an up-to-date blog, YOU COULD BE NEXT! 


Yes, you too!  We want to hear all about you. You'll get a feature post here for all our readers to see that will link to your work, photos, and online shops to name a few. The sky is the limit! To be considered, please leave your name, craft, and email to the comments section and we will be in touch.



NWT: 1   NU: 0   YT: 1   BC: 6   AB: 2   SK: 1   MB: 5   


ON: 15   QC: 0   NB: 2   NS: 4   PE: 1   NL: 1  
Total: 39

We need volunteers from under-represented regions!  

30 comments:

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  2. Hi Monika, great idea. I'd do one too. :)

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  3. Hi Monika, sounds fun - I'd do one! :)

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  4. I guess I might as well jump in here! : )
    Sewing, quilting, fibre art, threadpainting, postcards
    ~Monika in Saskatoon

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  5. I'd love to participate as well. Sewing, quilting, random crafting, home decor... and the owner of newish etsy shop who is on a rather steep learning curve!

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  6. Yep. Me too. My wee company is 3F Creations: Fabric, Fibre & Floss -- i.e. quilting, knitting and embroidery. :-)

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  7. It is all about playing, creating, sharing. I'm a Jane of many trades but master of none. lol I'm happy to share though.

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  8. I'm a quiltmaker who loves playing with words. I'd be happy to post some of my word quilts here.

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  9. I'm Sam from Dawson Creek, British Columbia. I'm a Quilter.

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  10. Hi Monika! I'm Felicity, a quilter. Email is in my profile. :)

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  11. http://rtquilter.blogspot.ca/2012/04/kintyrequilted.html ?

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  12. Sounds like fun! I sew, papercraft, quilt, knit...
    jeanettesmith1@bellaliant.net

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  13. Would love to be featured=)
    I quilt, 3D art quilts

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  14. I am Jennifer Scantlebury Vienneau and I am a person of fibre!

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  15. I've thought about it for a long time now... And yes, I would like to be considered for a feature friday spot...

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  16. Hi Rita, I'd be interested in being featured :)

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  17. Hi there, Yes, contact me for a feature. Great Idea!
    Carli

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  18. I know I've just signed up, but what the heck!

    I'm Leanne, a soft sculpture doll artist.

    holeinthewall@gmail.com

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  19. Hi
    I'd love to do this.
    Your site is a fabulous avenue for Canadian bloggers to get exposure.

    Thanks
    Karen

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  20. Ref. our emails about websites being featured here, please add me to the bottom of the list. I should be ready to go by March 1/13 at the very latest. Thanks Monika...Donna Cutler

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  21. Thank you for this opportunity.

    My name is Samantha Leslie. I quilt, sew, knit, and crochet. My site is http://FabricDetours.ca and my studio blog is http://chronicles.fabricdetours.ca. My email is samantha {at} fabricdetorus.ca

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  22. This is a great idea Monika. Always nice to feature Canadian art. I'm a fibre artist among other things:o)

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  23. Hi Monika, I'm certainly game! I'm a quilter, fibre artist, instructor, etc based near Barrie, Ontario. Looking forward to WIP Wednesdays too, now that I've found it.

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  24. I'm a decade long needle worker who stitches, studies, and designs projects. I am based out of Calgary, Alberta, and you can find my public portfolio on Flickr under StitchbyRachel. I contribute to other and write my own blog which can be found at: http://internationalstitcher.blogspot.ca/

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  25. Hello!
    I'd appreciate the opportunity, eh!
    I am a Ontario quilter/designer and blog at http://sewfreshquilts.blogspot.com

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  26. HI there,
    I am a longarm quilter from Ontario. The name of my business is Stitching Impressions. Love to participate.
    ruthq@rogers.com or stitchingimpressions.com for my blog.

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  27. Hi I would love to participate. I am a blogger and Modern quilter from Montreal. I am co-founder and president pf the Montreal Modern Quilt Guild.
    www.deuxpetitessouris.blogspot.com

    Cinzia

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  28. I would very much appreciate being featured on this wonderful site that I only just learned about. I am a quilter. My specialty is hexagons. I've published many tutorials and patterns on my blog as well as a monthly block of the month pattern which is inspired by a piece of Canadian art. I am currently running a QAL and it is called Soupcon because the design includes a number of different techniques.
    Thank you for this wonderful blog that features Canadian needle artists!

    Karen H
    http://faeriesandfibres.blogspot.ca/

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  29. I'd love to share a little bit about my blog on this site. I'm Trina from Will Cook for Shoes (www.willcookforshoes.ca) and I love apparel, household and quilt (appliqué, scrappy, paper piecing) sewing. I also knit, spin, bake and cook!

    www.willcookforshoes.ca
    tgallop@mts.net

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  30. I love the blogging world and get so much enjoyment from visiting all the amazing fellow sites; I have found we are so alike and share the same ups and downs. At my blog, Canadian Needle Nana, I write daily about my life, my recipes, dogs, books I'm reading, and all the needlearts that I try my hand at. I embroider, knit, crochet, quilt...not a master of any but have a wonderful time trying them all. I live in the country and love nature and gardening as well. I am a busy grandma! I would love to share more with you all in a post sometime. Hope I haven't chewed your ear off!

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