Celebrate - Fêtons 150

Welcome to Celebrate - Fêtons 150! We will be celebrating Canada's 150th birthday for the rest of 2017 and I'm hosting a special party for my 150th blog post in March!

I've been wanting to host a linking party for a while now, so once a month, I will be hosting a linking party to celebrate our planned, WIP and completed quilts and art quilts that are related to Canada and to our 150th birthday.

You don't have to be Canadian to participate! We are a polite, inclusive and fun loving country. When there's a party, the more the merrier!

I hope that you'll join me in the festivities. I wish I could share food with you, (my favourite part of any party!) but instead there will be gifts.One prize for every month and a larger prize for the 150th post at the end of March!

Quilting & Learning - What a Combo!

Here are the details:
  • Please grab the Celebrate-Fêtons 150 button and place it on your blog.
  • The link will be open on the first of each month, until the last day of the month. 
  • You can link as many different, current posts as you wish (planned, WIP and completed quilts and art quilts), as long as it has something to do with celebrating Canada's 150th, or has something to do with Canada (that leaves it wide open!)
  • Include a link in your post to the month's linking party (which will be part of my regular blog).
  • Check out some of the other blogs and don't be shy about leaving comments :-)
  • On the last day of the month, the link will close and I will randomly pick from the links and the comments. Please make sure that I can reach you, otherwise the prize winner will have to be re-picked. 
  • Then, on the first of each month, a new linking party will be created and the process will start all over again! 
Each month's linking party will be linked below:
Please spread the word and help me Celebrate-Fêtons 150!

Quilts and blocks made so far to Celebrate Canada's 150th.
Canada 150 - Beaver block designed by Sew Fresh Quilts
12" slab blocks made with Stonehenge Oh Canada fabric by Northcott for Canada's Big Quilt Bee

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