Fabric Paper Thread

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Creativity in living. Looking at my world from different perspectives. Sewing, gardening, cooking, crafting.

Latest Blog Posts

Westward Ho!

on Sep 18, 2023

 Throughout our travels I've enjoyed the various styles of houses I've seen. Lunenburg, Nova Scotia has some very pretty brightly coloured homes with contrasting doors. I'm trying to talk Tim into painting our front door a bright colour! We...

Moving Along

on Sep 12, 2023

 There are so many wonderful sights in this grand country of ours. We are seeing but a fraction, and our hearts and minds are full. I’ve been keeping a daily journal of our travels and it’s becoming difficult to absorb all of our little adve...

Into the Past

on Sep 4, 2023

 Our ferry crossing from Newfoundland was smooth as glass - such a relief! We spent the day at Fort Louisbourg, another of Canada’s National Historic Sites. Parks Canada does a wonderful job of interpreting the past with knowledgeable gui...

All Sorts of Days

on Sep 1, 2023

 Rainy days, cloudy days, and a few sunny days that we appreciate all the more for their rarity. Unless rain pours down for hours, we manage some sort of walk or hike everyday. Under moody skies Trout River sat like a haven of peace when seen fr...

L’Anse aux Meadows

on Aug 24, 2023

 L’Anse aux Meadows lies at the northern tip of Newfoundland. I have been captivated by this place for many years, since high school when I first learned about the Norse people who came here around the year 1000 AD. Parks Canada has done a ste...


on Aug 19, 2023

 Hello from Twillingate, Newfoundland. So many interesting names dot the maps and signposts here. Twillingate, I learned, is an anglicized form of Toulinguet - so named by the French fishermen who travelled here centuries ago to fish for cod bec...

Cape Spear

on Aug 15, 2023

The old lighthouse, a round stone tower with a wooden structure around the tower. Standing on the edge of land beside the Atlantic Ocean at Cape Spear, one is as east as possible in North America. A lighthouse stands here, still flashing its bea...