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It doesn't get any more exciting than this for an Olympic Gold medal: an overtime goal scored by Nova Scotia's own Sidney Crosby. Canada earned a total of 14 Gold medals at this game, a world record for most gold at a winter Olympics.
I'm a quilt and pattern designer, award winning quilt maker, author and teacher. Since 1989, I have published well over 600 quilting patterns in magazines such as McCall's Quilting, Quilter's Newsletter, Quilt World, The Canadian Quilter and Quilter's Connection. I have contributed designs to 16 different books and co-authored Canadian Heritage Quilting with Diane Shink. My latest book, Quilting Beauties Come In All Shapes and Sizes, was published by AQS in 2015. Since 2018, I have been an Island Batik Ambassador. I am a dealer for Aurifil thread, and enjoy teaching workshops as time permits.
How about that Cole Harbour boy. Go Sydney Go! Makes us proud in some many ways. An exciting finish to our country. Your turquoise Farrago is beyond words. LucyReplyDelete
Definitely a well-earned honor. Congratulations, Canada!ReplyDelete
That was an exciting game!!ReplyDelete
Have you seen this blog, by NBC's Brian Williams, http://dailynightly.msnbc.msn.com/archive/category/1175.aspx . It is his thank-you note to Canada.
That was a great game. I near lost it when US scored with 30 seconds... I'm going to miss the Olympics. Way to go Canada.ReplyDelete
Those Canucks sure did us proud. What a wonderful couple of weeks. I loved Buble's The Maple Leaf Forever.ReplyDelete
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