I think the Russian quilters are having a 'rebound' of quilting, like we American's did, after our bicentennial. Freedom and the internet help creativity flow, like never before.
That is wild! I knew you were poplular. Word of mouth has made your BLOG Internationally known.
That's just too cool! Love your blog - and apparently lots of other folks around the world do too!
Way to go! You consistently have interesting blogs... why not a following from Russia?
Made me have to go check stats for my blog for the week, out of curiosity. My #2 country was Germany--even above Canada. That isn't normal--at least I don't think so.That is quite a following from Russia for you!
How do you describe yourself as a quilter? A Canadian quilter? A hand-quilter? Something else? I suspect all those Russians (and us Americans) follow your blog because we love your work and the thoughts you share on quilting and life, not necessarily because you are a Canadian quilter.
Isn't the Internet amazing?
When I seem to have a lot of traffic from certain places in the eastern hemisphere and am able to check out some of that traffic, it often comes from questionable sites rather than from quilters. That said, I hope your traffic is from quiters.
I love as thinking the same thing! It could be bots 😥
I've noticed that as well. Every now and then it's an actual quilter though! Quilting reaches far :)
You just make it obvious. Patchwork is international and they love your blog.Greetings,Sylvia
Great to see the quilters from across the world who are inspired by your work!
still unable to post a comment without using the reply button. You certainly are world wide and so many visitors that is because your blog is so interesting and informative as well as sharing lots of lovely things
There are a lot of quilters in Russia - I have visited quite a few bloggers there. But to be honest I think the vast majority of visits from Russia are spammers or robots.
Like Janet, I had to go check mine out of curiosity. Germany was #2, Russia #3 and then Canada was #4. Hopefully our Russian visitors are quilters. ;-)
how funny I just looked mine up and #2 is Ukraine... how odd