Hi all,
It has been quiet on my blog for a few days... Really sorry... One of the guest bloggers could not write the post for us at the last moment... Sometimes life decides its pace and direction and we have nothing in our hands but follow it...

Something similar also happened to me, and I just could not get myself to write!

Anyways, I am back with our final week!
I cannot believe it that we have come to an end of the 7 week series!!!

But before we head to another week, here are the winners of the last week...

The first winner is quilary. Congratulations! You've won the Oasis Jelly Roll


And the next one is 
gill. Congratulations, you've won the Max & Whiskers Layer Cake
Contact me with your addresses so that your gifts will be on their way to you...

Now on to our next week. This week's topic is Feature Elements... I dont have ANY in my sewing room right now, but I'm looking forward to having something like these... Here's an inspiration from my Flickr favorites...

Sewing Space Feature Elements!



So whats your favorite wall art??? Whats on your sewing room wall??? Hop over and tell me!

This week you could win one of these fabulous prizes!

We have two options for you.
1. Simplify with Camille Roskelley


2. Handmade Beginnings by Anna Maria Horner



sponsored by our very own Fat Quarter Shop! The first winner will get to choose which of the books he/she wants. The second winner will get the remaining book.


So what are you waiting for??? Shoot out your comments...
Here's the drill.
1. Leave a comment. Tell me which of the SSF post was your favorite one.
2. Become a follower. Leave a comment. If you already are a follower. Leave a comment.
3. Go to my Facebook Page and leave a comment there. Come back to say you've done that here.
4. Blog about it. Leave a comment with the link.
5. Bonus Entry. You guys know who you are. Just write "Bonus Entry". 


Cheers!!!



56 Comments

  1. Bonus entry! Yippee!!!! I don't know which SSF post was my favourite. I liked them all. I find it ins[iring to hear about other crafty people, what they are making, where they are working etc. And i am usually impressed at how tidy their spaces are!

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  2. Bonus Entry too! We all jumped on that one. lol.

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  3. hmm...I enjoyed all of the posts. I'm not sure I'm in a position to pick a favorite. ;)

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  4. drooling over all the flickr photos. Wish I had such gorgeous sewing room.

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  5. *SCREAM OF JOY* Thank you Shruti for the lovely surprise. I adore that fabric and can't believe a whole jelly roll is coming to my place.
    I love Sandies storage - I have clear plastic storage envy!

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  6. Hi Shruti
    Thank you so much - you have brightened up a grey dreary day here in the UK!
    My favourite SSF post was 15 - Jules and I loved her little orange quilt!

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  7. Favourite post? Impossible to say. I have to say I read each one seething with envy at such lovely spaces and storage, mine is just a big mess!

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  8. Thanks so much Shruti for the bonus entry! You are a sweetheart!

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  9. I am so happy to have found your wonderful blog. I am busy reading back through all your SSF posts. I'm particularly inspired by Angela's post #17 - how organised is she?! I love her ideas for dealing with an unruly stash. And her yardage stash looks amazing.

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  10. I would want to win the Handmade beginnings .. I want to be the best grandma EVER!!

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  11. One of the favorite posts that I clearly remember is the one featuring sewing spaces - I could only dream of having anything like them... but dreams are what keep us creative!

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  12. I am a follower and so enjoy your posts - always something to discover. Thanks!

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  13. Impossible for me to pick a favorite. I love what a lot of people have done with small spaces. Very inspirational. I especially love the ones that have used foamcore or other types of boards to wrap their fabrics around. Makes everything look so uniform and neat. Thanks for the opportunity to win!=)

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  14. I think I loved them ALL - Thank you again for this beneficial series :)

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  15. Bonus entry - is it the one you gave for your Dad's B'day? I'm not sure, if it is something else please delete this.

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  16. Shruti - I think you did a wonderful job compiling all those guest posts. When I get back into my sewing then I'll be referring back to them. I did like #14 though

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  17. Bonus entry! Hope I'm not too late, I've been out of town.

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  18. Thank you for featuring two pictures of my sewing room :D
    I want a bonus entry too ;)

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  19. I've just left a comment on your FB page :D

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  20. I liked looking into sewing spaces and hearing about scrap organizing techniques.

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  21. I actually loved #19. The skirt and risers ideas were genius!

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  22. Liked you on FB and left a comment!

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  23. Post (think it is #17) on fabric storage and management - Angela.

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  24. It's a dificult choice, but I'll have to choose this last one for two reazons. First I love to see others sewing spaces and second because my sewing spaced is featured there :D

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  25. I included your giveaway in my blog today:
    http://straystitches1.blogspot.com/2011/02/first-time-fmq.html

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  26. I liked the fabric storage posts best. All the photos of all that fabric, especially the ones sorted by color looking like a huge rainbow.

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  27. I've been over to visit your facebook page and left a comment there.

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  28. I loved all the posts about fabric storage. I just love seeing fabric lined up in beautiful colors.

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  29. I have been lurking in the background and I am now a follower. Linda

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  30. It's impossible to pick which one was my favourite, I am so jealous of some of the lovely sewing rooms. I am a new quilter so gradually getting everything I need. I have some storage, some fabric, some notions, some books...can't wait until I have a "stash". Linda

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  31. I'm a follower! (And a contributor! Eeee!) I would love the Handmade Beginnings Book!

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  32. I couldn't pick a favorite! Of course I was thrilled about mine, but loved all the others too!! Thanks for this Sewing Spaces Focus :o)

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Thank you for your comments... I try to reply to all of them personally, but sometimes life is just too fast to do that... But I love hearing from you...