By Corey J. Ralph for Sew Manly Quilting
St. John’s, Newfoundland is know fro the vibrantly coloured row houses that help give the city its distinctive character. Walk pretty much anywhere in downtown St. John’s and you’ll be walking down Jellybean Row. What was wants said to be beacon for fishermen returning to shore, actually started as a movement in the 1970’s to beautify a changing downtown landscape. Today, not only are houses brightly coloured, but local businesses and shops have also adopted the brilliant candy colours. The cityscape is breathtaking and Corey is honoured to share these delightful houses with you!