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One of the best things about the net is surfing… its like being able to take a magic carpet ride to anywhere in the world! Climb onboard our magic carpet and visit these interesting places (but please come back again real soon). Drop me note at robert@quiltersfancy.ca and tell me about your favourite page so we can add it to our magic carpet ride…

AT HOME IN CANADA
CQA The Canadian Quilter’s Association is Canada’s national organization for quilters. A Major show is held every two years. The next show is 1998 in Vancouver.

Pacific Quiltworks, Limited Now shoot over to the west coast and say hello to Gail Hunt. Gail is the author and publisher of Quiltworks Across Canada, a wonderful hard cover salute to Canadian quilters featuring workshops and projects by eleven of our quilters. The site also has much more of interest to quilters world-wide!

GOING ABROAD
World Wide Quilting Page Make your first stop abroad right here. Get your coffee and pack a lunch first…. there’s a lot to see.

Hawaiian Quilting Page All you want to know about the history of this quilting style by teacher Cissy Poakalani.

PUBLISHERS AND AUTHORS
Planet Patchwork Robert Holland is the publisher of a 90s style e-mail magazine on quilting and a frequent visitor on the commercial services like Compuserve. Drop in a see why his TVQ magazine is so popular!

The Foundation Piecer Home page of Zippy Designs, publishers of a new foundation piecing magazine called “The Foundation Piecer” — the pattern journal for quilters who love foundation piecing.

Carol Doak’s Home Page Visit with the popular “That Patchwork Place” author, who is known for her delightful paper piecing books. This page is one of many on authors accessed from author’s section of the World Wide Quilting Page.

Jinny Beyer Studio See what this popular teacher, author, and fabric designer is up to these days.

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STORES AND SOURCES
piecemakers Famous for their books and calendars, piecemakers have a beautiful site. We carry their books.

Hobby Horse Pop over to the farm outside Georgetown and say hi to Gail and the girls.