None of my WIP (Works In Progress) fit the requirements so I had to start from the beginning. A phone call to Mum produced the suggestion of a Sudoku quilt. Sounded interesting and reasonably easy to make up. I drafted a pattern and went shopping for fabric, that was a hardship - not! I used a completed puzzle done by Jonathan for the fabric placement.
I had been the proud owner of my long arm machine for a month at this stage so I had a number of frustrating moments during quilting but the judges did not comment on this so I was happy.
Here's my quilt, 'Sudoku Blues'
I know you can't see all of it but the puzzle is correct.
Earlier this year an article was written in Australian Patchwork and Quilting magazine about the show I entered this quilt in to and a photo of this quilt was included. A lady in South Africa emailed me about my quilt and wished to make one, would I mind? I was thrilled that someone was inspired to make a quilt because they really liked mine. Linza has sent me some photos of her quilt and given me permission to post them on my blog. Enjoy.