It's always great to see what sort of creative things gardeners get up to. Ponds, bird houses, fountains, and more were on display in our local garden tour.
I hope that you all enjoyed your Canada Day wherever you happened to find yourselves. I spent the day in London Ontario at historic Eldon House and enjoyed the fireworks in Harris Park that evening.
The past few weekends I've been to quilt shows and garden tours. This is a Chinese Lantern quilt that was made by my husband's grandparents. It was entered in the Canada 150 quilt show in Ailsa Craig and Parkhill.
Harry the cat is our business mascot. Here's his story, and how he became part of the logo of Among Brenda's Quilts & Bags, and later on, Make Bags With Brenda.
What do Strathroy, Canada and Jibacoa, Cuba have in common? More than you might think! From old cars to turkeys, here's a fun comparison.
I volunteered at the dogsled races in Kearny, Ontario. Good thing it was 'only' -10 degrees this year!
Last month, I found baby skunks in my window well just outside my pattern studio. Here's what happened when I took them to a wildlife rescue facility after their mother disappeared.
It's usually a bit of an adventure around here, but over the past couple of weeks it's been really wild. Literally!
Designing and sewing is my passion, but I also love to get out into the garden. Take a stroll through my garden with me.
This trip to China was really busy! I had a display at the quilt exhibit, taught some classes, was interviewed on television, gave a speech, and went to a huge commodities market. At the end of the trip we hiked up Xiang Lu Mountain and toured the old city of Shaoxing by riverboat.