Wendy’s Quilting opened in 2006 in Thunder Bay Ontario Canada

I quilt using my APQS Millennium Longarm using both edge to edge designs as well as freehand custom quilting.

My quilting journey really began as a child when I first noticed quilts on a television show and my imagination took over from there…I began piecing quilts 34 years ago and haven’t stopped.

Quilting for my customers is a pleasure as well as a privilege.

For more information contact me at:

Wendysquilting@gmail.com or 807-251-4261

32 Replies to “About”

  1. Wendy!!! I’m so glad to have found your blog! I’ve missed seeing your pictures and chatting with you! Now I know that we can continue to keep in touch.


  2. Hi Wendy, Just found your blog. What a perfect day for me to see it. I love it. I took Bill to the hospital today.

  3. I found your blog today. And I enjoyed reading all about you and your quilting. I am also a long armer, and I often stress about whether or not the customer will like what I do. Although I live in Australia, one of my cousins live in Canada so I especially loved the nature pictures that you posted. I look forward to continue reading your blog.

  4. Hi Wendy, I found you after you posted on my blog and now I’ll be adding you to the list of blogs I follow. I own a quilt shop and yes love to quilt, love to garden (if I can find the time)…

  5. Hi Wendy,
    great to see you out and enjoying the sunshine – But I’m not sure I could deal with handling those fish! (Cleaning them is even worse than holding them – you are a brave woman!).
    Would you mind if I put you on my blog roll? – it makes it easier for me to check in and visit your site.
    Have a nice weekend,

    1. Hi Helen, Thank you so much for your lovely comments on my blog. I really love to be able to enjoy the outdoors, esp fishing. We live in an area that is surrounded by forest and lakes and so beautiful. I was so excited to see the patterns posted on your blog this morning I can’t wait to see what you do with them. I have several queen sized quilts to make and the patterns and fabric on hand so I’m trying really hard not to add to my collection. I’m so tempted by all the beautiful quilts I see on line. Please do add me to you list, I will add you to mine too. The computer really does make the world so much smaller doesn’t it. Wendy

  6. I just found your blog today and it is wonderful !!! I have totally enjoyed my time here and will be back. Plan to add you to my list. Thanks

  7. Hi Wendy,

    Thank for your nice comments to my blog and thanks Google for the possibility oftranslation! Yes we have a wonderful sauna, were we can sit and enjoy the beautiful panorama to the bridge across The Great Belt!

    Sorry my English is’nt perfect, but I think You understand me anyway 🙂

    Hugs from denmark,

  8. Hi Wendy!
    Thanks for dropping by my blog and commenting… You’ve got some awesome quilts/projects here!!!
    I have a friend living in your patch of the world that I visited in the Fall, and I got her and her daughter started on their first quilt project… I am sure she would love to hear of a guild or group out there… Is it possible for you to email me some info to pass on to her?
    mbpk at mymts dot com

  9. Hi Wendy,
    I really enjoy your blog. It is very inspirational. Your quilts are beautiful, as is your family, and cute new baby boy. Adorable. Thanks for sharing your life and your work with us. Totally enjoyable..
    Shelly from PEI- Canada
    Ps- I have no blog, and no facebook.

    1. Thank you so much Shelly for you kind comments and or visiting my blog! Are you a quilter too?  Wendy

  10. I have a quilt that I am looking for someone to machine quilt. Would you let me know what you would charge to quilt a queen size quilt.

  11. Hi Wendy…glad to link with you again. I lost your email so haven’t been able to talk to you. Don’t miss working and am enjoying retirement. Would love to hear from you. Miss our little talks. Hard to believe it will be 2 years since I retired. Time flys and by the sound of it so is your life. Glad you are still enjoying quilting ande Fishing!
    Pam MacLean

    1. Pam you totally made my day!!! I’ve wished that I had a number to reach you at many times! I left the CCAC just over a year ago, and I’m now home and quilting full time.  I have a new Grandson that I’m also really enjoying. I’d love to get together some time 🙂 Wendy

  12. Hey hun, I just got back to your blog. Love reading about you and glad you are out of the pit. I would love to get together with you at sometime. You are truly in love with life and what you do and have. Your writings always bring a smile to my lips.
    Say hi at macleanjc@yahoo.ca or 983-2594
    Looking forward to chatting. Miss you

  13. Hi Wendy, I got your card from Fabricland. I started a quilt for my son about a year ago now and I really want to get it finished before he is too old to enjoy it. It is 80x 106″. I have completed the top quilting and I have the bottom fabric and quilt batting. I do not have the experience or proper sewing machine to sandwich together the layers and finish off the edges. I am wondering if you have the time to finish it for me and how much you would charge to do this. I can send you pictures if you would like to see what I have done. It is my first quilt. Thank you Andrea

    1. Hi Andrea, I did reply on my blog not sure if you saw it. I would love to help you finish your quilt please call me at 251-4261 Wendy

      On Thursday, March 13, 2014, Quilting and Life wrote:


  14. Hi Wendy, I was searching the internet for some history on Shabaqua and came across a post of yours regarding the old school and I was wondering if you had any other information regarding the Erickson family that owned property out there in the very early 1900’s.
    Thanks for any info you might have!

  15. Hi Wendy,
    I just came across your blog. Wonderful work. I am particularly interested in the quilt you worked on for a client, Proud to be Canadian. My son in law is an RCMP officer and I think this would make a lovely gift for him. I am having an issue trying to track down the pattern. Would you have any idea where your client got it? Is it a stand alone pattern or in a book? Thanks!

    1. Hi Carla,
      That was such an amazing quilt to work on. Unfortunately I have never been able to find the pattern either, I wish that I could help you.

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