Monday, 12 May 2014

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day!

***UPDATE*** The winner of this giveaway as chosen by Random Number Generator is comment number 322: Sandra. She said, "I have heard people talking about going to Canada. I would think that the trips planned would probably be visiting the Prince Edward Island. I know that would be where I would go. My ex-husband is French Canadian and I know that if he were to go to Canada, there is where he would go. Thank you for being a part of the Sew Mama Sew giveaway and giving all of us a chance to win the $50.00 gift card to go fabric shopping. Very generous giveaway on your part"

I have emailed Sandra. I agree... Prince Edward Island is one of the top places to see in Canada. I have been there three times and once was for my honeymoon. :)

*** This Giveaway is now Closed. Thank you to all who entered. ***

It's Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day (well, Giveaway week). Yay! A much anticipated event in sewing and blogland.
If you haven't been to my blog before - Welcome! And if you have - Welcome back! I am a Canadian Quilter, military wife and Mom to two kids (expecting my third this fall). I LOVE quilting! I can't stop thinking about it so that is why my blog is called "Daydreams of Quilts." I currently work full time at a Fire Hall as an administrative assistant but will be back to stay-at-home Mom at the end of June.

I thought long and hard about what my giveaway prize would be this time around. I know for myself there are some lovely bundles over at Westwood Acres that I am dying to buy. So I am giving away a $50 gift card to Westwood Acres.




Westwood Acres is my current favorite online shop. I have bought most of my fabric from this shop this year. (I am going to do a giveaway featuring a Canadian online shop soon so stay tuned to my blog for that in the next month or so.)

To win this prize please leave a comment on this post telling me something you know about Canada, your favorite fact about Canada or your favorite place to visit in Canada. This giveaway is open to everyone. The Giveaway is open from May 12 - May 16 5:00 p.m. PST.

OPTIONAL BONUS ENTRIES:
After leaving your comment you can (if you wish) leave up to four additional comments telling me that you:
1. follow my blog and how you follow
2. follow me on Facebook
3. follow me on Instagram
4. follow me on Pinterest

I normally respond to all comments that are not "no-reply blogger" but will not be able to during this very busy time. I'm sure you understand. Have fun for Giveaway Day (week) and best of luck! Go back to Sew Mama Sew to enter more giveaways!!!

903 comments:

  1. Lovely giveaway!! I love visiting the Maritimes. There is such a raw beauty there.

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  2. I don't know much about Canada except it's cold there.

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  3. Hi from a fellow Canadian! I'm firmly settled in the Alberta prairies, so I think my two favorite places to visit would be a toss up between the East and West coast! I love Victoria, and also Halifax.

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  4. It's gorgeous based on the pictures my friends took when the visited last year.

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  5. My dream is to visit PEI (love LM Montgomery books). One day I'll make it there!

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  6. I have never been to Canada, but my Grandpa used to tell stories about the bears and the wolves. He was a prisoner of war there after WWII and had many (good) memories about the wilderness. Thanks!

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  7. This is a wonderful giveaway!! I have visited Toronto, Montreal, Quebec City so far and I love all of them for very different reasons :-) So many more places to visit!

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  8. Flag has red and white and Maple leaf? I think lol.

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  9. I know Canada can have harsh winters, being so far north of the equator.

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  10. I spent a week in Alberta for work a few years ago. there was a beautiful park near downtown I loved walking through in the evenings. There was a cool pagoda up on a hill I loved sitting by and reading.
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  11. I am a follower on Blog Lovin
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  12. I afraid to say I don't know much about Canada other than there's a maple leaf on the flag.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  13. My dad used to live in Canada. My Mum visited a different part of Canada the first time she did a transatlantic trip and my partner spent some time in Canada with his job. What I know is I really need to go to Canada :-)

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  14. One of my good friend lives in Canada and I learnt from her some history about Niagara Falls and the people that would try going over them in barrels!! Crazy!

    Jo
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  15. I just followed your Instagram!

    Jo
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  16. Just started following your blog, too!

    Jo
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  17. Also, started following you on pinterest! :)

    Jo
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  18. Not much except that it's cold :)

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  19. I started following your blog on The Old Reader

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  20. I've visited Quebec, Montreal and PEI, but would LOVE LOVE LOVE to visit Toronto :) Thanks for the chance to win <3

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  21. Following you on Pinterest too

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  22. My parents used to take us shopping in Toronto on Boxing Day! I loved the whole underground system!

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  23. It's a long drive from Detroit, MI, to Toronto. The next time I go to Toronto, I think I'll take the train. :-)

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  24. When I was young we always said all the cute guys were from Canada. That was cool, eh.

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  25. I love westwood acres too. I have a long wish list over there. Anyway. I visited Canada once for a snowshoeing trip. Fun times. I'd love to visit many places there -- Vancouver, Toronto, Prince Edward Island...not on the same trip, of course.

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  26. When I was a kid, my family drove around Lake Michigan for a vacation one year. I still remember stopping in Sault Ste. Marie and being confused that it wasn't pronounced "Salt Stee Marie." (I was 9 years old and not yet familiar with French pronunciation!). Thanks for the chance to win. bonandclyde AT hotmail DOT com

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  27. I visited cape Breton island as a child. It was beautiful!

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  28. Don't know much about Canada; my mom visited one time and said the people were friendly though :)

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  29. I live in Canada! And I majored in Canadian history - what shall I tell you? Right now I'm teaching my students about the Riel Rebellion and the making of the province of Manitoba. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  30. Went to Vancouver for my honeymoon, and would love to go back to show the kids - LOVED it! Thanks for the giveaway

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  31. I know there is a red maple leaf on the flag....not too much I'm sad to admit. Thank you for hosting this great giveaway.

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  32. I don't know much about Canada but I heard your milk comes in bags!?

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  33. Follow you on pinterest (merroman)

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  34. follow you on bloglovin (merroman)

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  35. Favorite place would probably be Vancouver - though it has been a while since I visited anywhere else in Canada so that may be why that's my favorite.

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  36. When my son was little, his babysitter (a guy) used to tell him that they would go to Canada and stage a coup!! Thankfully that day never came!

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  37. Unfortunately all I know about Canada is I have relatives (distant) in Saskatuan (I know that is mispelled!) and they have wheat fields by the mile. I was up there when I was in third grade and thought it was great! And isn't the AAA team for the California Angels in Toronto?
    Found you on the Sew Mama Sew blog giveaway!

    Cheri
    quiltingnanny(at)yahoo(dot)com
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  38. I love Westwood Acres too! And I'm a Canadian quilter! Well I'm a displaced Aussie, who now calls Canada home! I'm living in crazy Montreal, but I can't wait to go travel the east a little. I want to go to Fogo Island Inn as soon as I save up! Cheers for the chance :)

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  39. I live in Norway, but my son visited Canada 3 years ago, and celebrated his 18th birthday there. He had a great time.

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  40. I follow by Bloglovin

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  41. The only part of Canada I've been to, so far, is Glacier National Park.

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  42. I like you on Facebook

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  43. Fact I know about Canada - Fishing is good in Canada.

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  44. a fact I know about Canada is it is the most beautiful country in the world and only the luckiest people are born here. ;)
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  45. I don't know much about Canada, except that we share Lake Superior - I live in Wisconsin.

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  46. I follow you on Instagram.

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  47. I follow you on Pinterest.

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  48. my grandma was from quebec :-)

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  49. following on bloglovin :-)

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  50. I have never been to Canada but would like to. I live in Georgia and it gets HOT here. Would love to see more snow!

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  51. like your FB page- Desiree Glaze

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  52. I hardly know anything about Canada, except that it is beautiful in pictures! I would love to get up there to visit one day. Amazing giveaway to a lovely shop, thanks!

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  53. I love Canada and have been there many times. Two of my favorite places are Niagara Falls (Canadian side) and Toronto.

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  54. Canadians tend to use the same spelling as us, rather than the spelling of Americans

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  55. I follow you on Pinterest

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  56. I don't know much about Canada, and I've never been there. I do know that they film lots of television shows there and that it is beautiful.

    just in case: m3reyna at gmail dot com

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  57. I have only been to one place in Canada, Banff National Park when I was in high school I took a summer trip with my sister & grandparents...it was GORGEOUS! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  58. I've become a pinterest follower.

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  59. Had a fun family trip to childrens wonderland in toronto once. spent the whole day having so much fun we forgot to eat lunch. Cindy bluemoonstencils@yahoo.com

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  60. Follow you with bloglovin. Cindy bluemoonstencils@yahoo.com

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  61. I love the beautiful British Columbia! Especially Vancouver Island! Well, that's kinda the only place in Canada that I've ever been in! I noticed that a lot of Canadian will say "eh?" in the end of questions ;)

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  62. Such a great giveaway, thanks for the chance to win. I know very little about Canada but I've met some lovely Canadians over the interwebs!

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  63. I'm from Canada, so it feels a bit like cheating answering anything here :D Well... to pick just one random fact: one of the former capitals of the NorthWest Territories was Battleford, Saskatchewan. (Which, incidentally, is where I'm from originally. And which is likely the only reason I know this - we had a History of the Battlefords class in Junior High.)

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  64. Also, I follow via Feedly .

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  65. I've been to Calgary, and to Banff--the water there is just gorgeous blue! So amazing. Here, in New Mexico (US), it's almost always brown.

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  66. I follow you via feedly.

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  67. I follow you on IG (@quiltsnkids)

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  68. Well, I used to know the Canadian national anthem! When I was little, we lived on a Canadian Air Force Base in Europe and I attended 2nd and 3rd grade at the school on base :) My 5 year old son wears his Canadian Air Force flight suit (that used to be my little brother's) on a weekly basis, if not more. I prefer the blue to the American's olive green!

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  69. I used to live in Washington State just below the border and would visit there all the time. I really miss the great laid back people there!

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  70. The best restaurant I've ever been to is the Blue Fox in Victoria, BC. Yummers! I would go again just to eat there.

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  71. Hi from a fellow Canadian. I live in Beautiful BC...and its my absolute favorite place in the world! (well..maybe i love Mexico more during the winters lol).

    I would love to visit Montreal one day...and the Maritimes :)

    Thank you for the very generous giveaway!

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  72. I've only visited BC, but would love to take the train across the country and visit Nova Scotia.

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  73. I'm from Vancouver, living in Chicago now. Fun fact about Vancouver that no one here seems to know: it doesn't really snow there. :p and when it does, the whole city shuts down. People here think that all of Canada is freezing cold in the winter, lol.

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  74. I follow on Pinterest! (sewathomemummy)

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  75. I follow on Instagram (@sewathomemummy)

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  76. I know Canada has a red maple leaf on its flag. And it's COLD. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  77. Thank you for such a generous giveaway, fellow Canadian! One of my favourite things about our country is our quiet patriotism -- I'm sure you know what I mean:) Cheers!

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  78. Poutine! A Canadian favorite. :)

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  79. So close to the border here in Seattle, we love to go up to Vancouver! We spent a summer vacation at Whistler, so beautiful!

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  80. I know one of my favorite bloggers lives in Canada, Ann Voskamp. Thanks for the chance to win such a generous giveaway!

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  81. I'm a Canadian too! Originally from Saskatchewan, I'm now living in Ontario for school. Saskatchewan has the most beautiful skies.

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  82. I'm a new follower (via Feedly).

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  83. Hi! I've never been to Canada. However, a trip is planned to go to Niagra Falls this summer and will cross over to Canadian side during this trip. I know the Maple Leaf is important to you!! :)

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  84. I don't know much about Canada, but we have a good family friend from there and we love to hear her speak French!

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  85. I know Canada is just north of Minnesota. My favorite places to visit are the Peace Gardens and the town of Boissevain to see the murals. Both are close to where my husband grew up in Bottineau, North Dakota.

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  86. I was fortunate enough to travel through Canada when I was in high school. I have vague memories of the beauty, the signs being metric and some people speaking French, which I thought was super cool!

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  87. I follow on Pinterest as tketel :)

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  88. Well, I'm Canadian so I kind of feel like I'm cheating here, but one fact is that our first Prime Minister was Sir John A. Macdonald.

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  89. Went to Calgary a few years ago and had a blast driving up from Montana. I remember seeing a HUGE construction truck at a sight seeing stop. It was crazy big! I could fit in the tire wheel.

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  90. My favorite place to visit is Victoria, BC.

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  91. Canada has long winters.... :p and that is coming from an Albertan ;)

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  92. When I was in high school I had a crazy obsession with Canada because I like hockey. Oh, to be a kid... but I'm really excited to be heading to Vancouver for vacation next week! I could spend DAYS in Stanley Park!

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  93. I'm following your blog with Google!

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  94. You say kebob, we say kebab! I've visited Toronto a few times and love it there!

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  95. Alex Trebec is from Canada!!! :)

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  96. Wow, how generous! All I know about Canada is that it's cold. And far away. (I'm in Texas). And, it's also cold.

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  97. maple syrup ... you just have to love pancakes with maple syrup ...something not so obvious - there was a huge struggle getting a new Canadian Librarian/Archivist, last thing I knwo they were unhappy about the appointed person not having any subject matter related education or experience ...

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  98. I don't know much about Canada, but I have been to Niagara falls (eep, auto correct wanted to write Viagra!) and I know that half of it is in the States and half in Canada.

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  99. The Peace Gardens are beautiful!

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  100. I learned that Canadians like fried foods but like to do layers with fries. Been watching the traveling channel!

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  101. I knw virtually nothing about Canada except what my BIL has told me. I know that the Canadian military, including my BIL, won a Nobel Peace Prize for their peacekeeping actions in Sarajevo.

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  102. The best thing I know about Canada is that one of my best friends comes from there!

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  103. Between Banff Park and Creston Valley, I would probably never leave if I went to visit--so pretty!

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  104. I've never been to Canada, really all of my Canadian knowledge comes from a work friend who is Canadian. I want to go to Banff sometime, but haven't made it there.

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  105. One thing I know about Canada is that they have a much better view on Niagara Falls than the US does. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  106. Following on Pinterest.

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  107. And following on bloglovin.

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  108. I just moved to Canada last year, and I love White Rock, BC! It is such a great town.

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  109. I am a new follower via bloglovin!

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  110. I follow you on instagram (@sewruthie14)

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  111. And I just followed you on pinterest!

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  112. I've visited Montreal and Quebec and loved both. Look forward to seeing more of your beautiful country.

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  113. I have always wanted to visit Canada perhaps to Calgary and Montreal.

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  114. Thanks for this awesome giveaway. I have some close friends that live in Vancouver and love visiting there. Lake Louise is on my list of places to visit soon!

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  115. I've been to Canada as I live a few hours away. We went to Kakabeka Falls and it was wonderful.

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  116. My favorite so far is Stanley Park in Vancouver -- but I've always wanted to see the Maritimes, too.

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  117. Wow, what a lovely giveaway. They have some great bundles at Westwood acres :) Umm, I've never been to Canada, but I have some some gorgeous photos of the mtns/forests there. Just lovely. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  118. My husband and I were fortunate to do a New England Fall cruise which stopped at three ports in Canada. It was beautiful. We have a favorite memory of pulling away from port on a foggy afternoon with a lone bagpiper who played until we were out of sight. He was freezing cold and it was a haunting and wonderful experience! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  119. I know the best view of Niagara Falls is from the Canadian side!

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  120. Vancouver is my favorite Canadian destination!

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  121. I follow you on Bloglovin'.

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  122. I liked your facebook page.

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  123. Canada is quite lovely! I have family in Calgary and love going skiing in Banff!

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  124. Victoria has my heart! My husband and I spent many weekends wandering around when we lived in Port Townsend, WA. . .it was a favorite little getaway for us! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  125. I follow on instagram @3saramac3

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  126. i like you on Facebook - sara mcconnell

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  127. and I follow your interest - sara mcconnell.

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  128. Canadian Rockies are pretty. 24Tangent "at" gmail "dot" com

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  129. Following on bloglovin'. 24Tangent "at" gmail "dot" com

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  130. I've only been to Whistler, but I'd love to see more of Canada -- Montreal, Nova Scotia, Alberta. Whe I was travellling in Europe many, many years ago, I met a few Canadians who were among the nicest people I have ever met.

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  131. Such a generous giveaway! I don't know much about canada except that I'd like to go and it's where maple syrup is from!

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  132. Greetings from Winnipeg. I actually hold a Canadian Studies degree... ack! I know so much about Canada! So we could be here forever talking about all the fun facts I have nestled in my noggin. But instead I'll just cop out and tell you where I grew up - Lethbridge Alberta. Random facts about complete strangers on the Internet.... yay lucky you!

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  133. I'm a new follower on Bloglovin' http://www.bloglovin.com/tawnybee

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  134. I like the socialize medicine system

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  135. I have a dear friend in Canada (Ontario) who keeps telling me how cooooold the winters are. And if I ever had the chance to visit Canada, then it would be the Niagara falls :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  136. My favorite place to visit in Canada is Niagara Falls, I love it. Thanks for the generous giveaway!

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  137. We live fairly close to Canada, and are even closer to the border when visiting relatives in Bellingham. We like to hop over the border to White Rock, BC. A Pacific ocean beach town!

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  138. I've never been to Canada, but I love the song, "O Canada". It's beautiful. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  139. I honeymooned in Quebec City and visited Montreal many times while growing up. Being from New England, I try to only buy VT or NH maple syrup though.

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  140. i have never been to canada, but would love to visit. everyone i talk to that has been to canada cannot quit talking about how nice the people are.! i love your flag. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  141. i am a happy follower via bloglovin. thank you so much for a very generous giveaway. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  142. i follow you on facebook. happy belated mothers day. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  143. i follow you on instagram. babscorbitt@gmail.cm

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  144. i follow you on pinterest. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  145. Cool, thanks for the chance! I love the traditional music and dancing from the Ottawa Valley, Quebec, PEI, Nova Scotia...fabulous stuff!

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  146. I've never been to Canada but I always think it must be similar to my own country (Belgium), we also have two languages, one of them is French also...thanks for the giveaway, Westwoodacres is one of my own favourite shops as well!

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  147. its colder than it is in the southern usa

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  148. I love Canada who is a neighbor to us living in Michingan! I love to visit and Montreal is one of my favorite places! thank you!

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  149. I follow on Bloglovn! enjoyed your blog!

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  150. I visited Quebec a few years ago for work and look forward to visiting again on holidays sometime son and getting more time to really explore and sightsee.

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  151. I've never been to Canada but would love to, it looks utterly beautiful.

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  152. I don't know too much about canada....my favorite author lives there, Canada is considered nationally bilingual (french and english, although I think it's limited to a geographical area...). Um, I know the crime is really low per capita, and it seems to have a great healthcare system. I think that's all I got. O.o

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  153. Banff national park is beautiful!

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  154. I know Canada gave us Brandon from 90210. ;)
    Seriously though, we took our children to Vancouver and Whistler just after the Olympics. Beautiful. And so friendly.
    Thanks for your generous giveaway!
    Jamie

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  155. One of my best friends from college was from Canada! When she got married I got to see Manitoba at Christmas time. I think I lived in my wool coat. Good memories for sure!

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  156. we were talking about Canada the other day at the dinner table and my youngest (8) pipes up, "I know a fact about Canada! .... It starts with C!"
    I've only been to a few parts and loved it. I think the Native Canadian exhibits have been my favorite because of the differences from teh ones in the SW of USA

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  157. When I was a teenager my family, went on a road trip that included canada. Of course due to my age at the time I esp remember the handsome mounties;)

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  158. I'd love to get to Banff ! It's been on my dream destination lists for a while now. Need to save my pennies :)

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  159. I know that Canada's oldest winery is on Pelee Island in Lake Erie.

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  160. Don't know much about Canada, its a long way from New Zealand...

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  161. I've been to Niagara Falls and I loved it (both sides)! I'd like to go to Toronto.

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  162. Canadian Niagara Falls is much nicer than the American side!

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  163. following through bloglovin'

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  164. ...and following on pinterest :)

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  165. Living in WA state I've spent many vacations in British Columbia; I'd love to visit PEI and Nova Scotia!

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  166. maple syrup and french speaking ..

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  167. I don't know much about Canada, except that it snows!
    Thanks for the generous giveaway :)
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  168. I'm following you in Pinterest

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  169. I am now following your blog via Bloglovin.

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  170. We took our children to Niagara Falls and Toronto about 10 years ago. It was a fun trip. One we won't soon forget. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  171. I will vacation in CA this summer on Kootenay Lake. I know that the drive is very panoramic

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  172. Whenever someone comments on my last name....Lanouette....I tell them it is French Canadian. My husbands family is from Canada. It is so much fun listening to people trying to pronounce it.

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  173. I know this about Canada: An awesome lady (you) lives there and you just introduced me to the wonderfulness that is Westwood Acres!!! Wow, what an awesome site. I am new to sewing and quilting and am still finding awesome things like Westwood thanks to wonderful people like you!
    amy.forkner(at)gmail(dot)

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