Yayy! A whole new year ahead of us! A new year to finish our WIPs and to find inspiration for new projects. For the inspiration part I recorded a video for you. It’s about all the things I get inspiration from for new ideas.

For all the WIPs we want to finish we have our ‘Tackle That WIP’ movement! Last year we started and this year we’ll continue with it. I have awesome prizes in store for you. And this month I get to give away the Crochet in the City Book by Annemarie Benthem, sponsored by Freubelweb. Whoop whoop! That book is so beautiful, aand it’s written in English and Dutch. Soo link up your WIP below and set a goal.

I’ll remind you by the end of the month to link up your results ;)

We have a winner!

Last month we had three finished WIPs, so I let my husband pick a number from 1 to 3 while I was writing this. He said ‘two’, which made Youna last months winner. Congratulations! I looove your Christmoose! You’re winning a goodie bag with crochet or quilt goodies. I’ll send you an email to get your details.

My WIP

My WIP this month is the same as last month, the Tree Tree House quilt. I just joined all the blocks together and I want to quilt it and add a binding to it. So completely finishing is my goal. Let’s do this!

Post your WIP for January

Inlinkz Link Party

Some things to keep in mind when participating:

  • Post a picture of the WIP you want to finish this month. Enter again at the end of the month to have a change to win this months price.
  • Upload your own pictures only, don’t enter with a WIP that’s not yours
  • Please do check out some of the other WIPs and let’s encourage each other!
  • By entering a picture you give Sugaridoo permission to feature your project on the Sugaridoo social media channels

2 replies
  1. Melissa Park says:

    First, I love your YouTube videos. You seem to be a very sweet and genuine person. So that being said it brings me to my second thought. When you were tracing your paper piecing I wondered if you have tried ironing the freezer paper to printing paper and send that through your printer? I haven’t tried it yet myself. Does it work. Is it more efficient. Happy Sewing – Melissa

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  2. Christine says:

    i’m taking part missed the deadline to post a photo
    i’m finishing a 5 inch square scrappy top for duvet cover for my daughter
    there is a photo on instagram i’m few rows short still and the i dyed a flannel sheet as backing
    i love this challenge and looking at everyone’s work christine

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