Hi again guys,
First things first...
Winners of last weeks giveaway...

The winner from the linky is Emily - from Mommy's naptime~ She was a guest poster here last week too... Congratulations Emily, you've won the Sewline Gift Set with Case from Fat Quarter Shop

And the second winner from all the wonderful comments left last week is Colleen who said,
"I agree about organization. I cant function if I cant find what I need. I cant find what I need if its not organized. I couldnt be organized if I didnt have a space to organize in. It was a vicious cycle. I go tid of a bed and other furniture that was not being used, Ididnt care about and organized my space. You have a lovely space."
Congratulations Colleen, you've won the Roraty Cutter!!!

And now to next week... This week any two of you can choose any Sudoku Quilt Kit of your Choice!!!
You can choose from




I think the linky is a bit tricky for you guys... So this week I'm changing the rules... I will be picking up two winners from the comments... But you have to be a follower to win the prize... 
It is mandatory...

What do you say??? Simpler than the linky???

And yeah, dont forget to leave a link to your blog and show off your WIP storage system too...

About me... I just use ziploc pouches to store all my different blocks in a WIP and then do the easiest thing, put them in larger Ziploc bags which go into a box and get pushed under the bed!!! Easy... LOL... 

Like a lot of you, I need to get organized on that front!
Lets see what our fabulous guests have in the week for us...

Cheers!!!


10 Comments

  1. Hi Shruti,
    Your December inchy is finally on it's way to you. We were able to drive on our road today!
    I'm afraid I have no system for storing WIP's and can never find them when I want to work on them...I hope to change that this year.

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  2. I, too, use ziploc bags for the my WIP. But instead of under the bed (where there is no room) they end up on the closet floor.

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  3. I love sudoku,especially killer sudoku but I didn't realise you could make a sudoku quilt!! Great idea!

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  4. I've played plenty of Soduko but never made a quilt with a pattern like that! Thanks for the chance!!

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  5. how pretty! I use plastic bins for my WIPs

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  6. Soduko is fun to play, but I have never seen a Soduko quilt. I also use ziploc bags in all sizes to sotre WIP. For smaller projects plastic boxes that I can easily take along. Greetings from Seoul

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  7. I'm sure making a Sudoku Quilt will be as interesting as the game :)

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  8. Oh I love the Sudoku Quilts/Game. I play the game at night when I can't get to sleep for some reason so it takes me so long to finish them. I hope a quilt would not take as long!

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  9. I just found your blog through Emily's. Love all the ideas and guest bloggers. My blog is a WIP so I don't have any WIP ideas down yet but I am off to post the pictures I do have. What is a blog without the pictures?
    My blog is http://justyouraveragejosewinggeek.blogspot.com/

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  10. I just found your blog through Emily's. Love all the ideas and guest bloggers. My blog is a WIP so I don't have any WIP ideas down yet but I am off to post the pictures I do have. What is a blog without the pictures?
    My blog is http://justyouraveragejosewinggeek.blogspot.com/

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