Monday, November 15, 2010

A new twist on Sudoku

What will they come up with next??? Moda created these really cool Sudoku quilts using 9 fabrics in a 9-patch with 9 different ones in each row, just like the number puzzles. Want to give it a try? It's much easier with a pattern, I'm sure. Comment anytime this week for a shot at the KT version featuring Perennials.
Off to work! Later, Lynne

43 comments:

  1. Your pillow is very pretty. Thanks for the chance to win the pattern.
    Mary

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  2. I've never been able to figure Sudoku - haven't a clue how it works - but I might be willing to try if there was fabric involved! LOL

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  3. Would love to win the kit done in your wonderful fabric! Then I can tell my husband that I also do Sudoku.
    Linda O.

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  4. Oh, that sounds like so much fun!!

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  5. That looks like a fun way to package the new product, would love a chance to win.

    Debbie

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  6. Sudoku is my favorite game.....and quilting is my favorite hobby, so this is really cool!! Can't wait to learn more.....

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  7. Sounds like fun...and I love the pillow you have on your chair!

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  8. How cool! Thanks for the chance to win this! :0)

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  9. That would be so cool for my gkids.

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  10. I'm lovin the pillow!!! My hubby is a Sudoku fan but I would very much prefer the fabric version!!

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  11. I love Sudoku. How fun to plan with fabric, especially Kansas Troubles fabric.
    Kathy B.

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  12. This sounds like fun! Love new concepts. Please count me in for your giveaway! Take care!

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  13. Pretty pillow! I've tries Suduko but not very successfully. Maybe the fabric would help.

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  14. Suduko with fabric beats Suduko with 9 numbers anyday! This sounds too fun. Thanks for giving us the chance to win one from you.

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  15. Anything "new" is a challenge for me. Thx for the chance to win.

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  16. Sounds like fun~ thank you for the chance! :-)

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  17. I cannot do a real Suduko puzzle; but would be great to do a Suduko quilt!! Especially in Kt Perennials...I am so anxious to get my hands on that fabric line.
    Thanks for letting me try to win some.

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  18. Suduko is such fun. The new Moda suduko quilt sounds like an interesting project.
    Nadine in Kansas

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  19. What fun! What will they think of next! Love your KT pillow...yum!

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  20. I definitely could be persuaded to do a Sudoku quilt in KT fabrics!

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  21. Love the pillow. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  22. I love Sudoku! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  23. My family thinks I am the Queen of Sudoku! I work any sudoku puzzle that get my hands and have a little sudoku puzzle generator. So, it would be grand if I win this and make the quilt with KT fabrics. It would satisfy my inner mathematician. Thanks for the giveaway. alternate email mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  24. I just don't get sudoku but for fabric I'm willing to work really hard to figure it out. And the bonus is KT fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win somethin' new by moda.

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  25. Love Sudoku and would love to make a Sudoku quilt, especially in KT fabrics!

    Cynthia

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  26. I love Perennials! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  27. How fun, please include me. I would love to win. Thank You, Karen M

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  28. I love sudoku, and would love to win a kit with KT fabric to make one!

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  29. What will Moda come up with next? Unbelievable! I love Moda. Thank you for the great giveaway. ~Kathleen

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  30. I love sudoku but I've never thought of using it in a quilt!
    Gill

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  31. Amazing- and how fun would this be!
    thanks!
    butler83ataoldotcom

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  32. What a wonderful idea! Leave it to Moda! Can't wait to see the one you've whipped up in your Perennial collection. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  33. I am curious, is the sudoku quilt a nine patch, with specific placement for each of the blocks? I am familiar with sudoku, but I didn't know how this worked.

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  34. Loving the idea! "Sew" simple, but I bet the results are amazing!

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  35. I'm a sudoku addict! I love your cushion the colours are gorgeous. Thanks for the chance to win the pattern.

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  36. I would love a chance at a sudoku quilt with your latest fabric line!

    Char S.

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  37. I would like a chance to win your pattern. I have made sudoku quilts before and they turn out beautiful.

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  38. The sudoku quilt looks fun and easy.

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  39. It's a great idea. I made a mini one earlier this year and it is proudly displayed on my wall at home.

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  40. Sudoku is my favorite game/puzzle. One of the gals in our guild did a sudoku puzzle quilt - turned out pretty cool! Your fabric line would be great to use - would love to win the kit. Thanks for the chance. HUGS... and stitches

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  41. How much fun is that, I am not an accomplished Sudoku solver, but try from time to time. The
    pillow is just gorgeous. thank you for having the giveaway

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