Saturday, 18 July 2015

FNSI & SPRING SAL

This is how I spent my FRIDAY NIGHT SEW IN.     FNSI.
I am taking part in a row by row Spring Quilt SAL with Deanna.
Have a look here at the blocks being made. If you sign up, make a block  you will get next months for free...
http://dodmystery.blogspot.com.au
I have stitched house number 2 & 3.. They are not really spring but it just might be the Chang I make for this project...
No 2....
I still have to blanket stitch the windows and the roof. My window fabrics has a pin tuck in it so there is no need for me to stitch on them

House no 3...
It looks pretty dull at the moment but I think I will have to add some embellishing of flowers in the window boxes, a door knob and maybe some lace work on the roof line...
Boy there was a lot of little pieces in this one but very easy to put together. Just lay them all out and it will be ok...


These are my 2 blocks that I have made and hope to complete the row by the end of the month...
THIS WAS MY FNSI



Today, Saturday, I spent at NOTY..
I caught up with Mel. 
Mel was doing wool felting and having a great time. 
I was learning how to use the Westalee templates for quilting.
We all had a great day. Concentrated sooooo hard.
I need so much more practice. WATCH THIS SPACE.
(Sorry no photos yet)





12 comments:

  1. I love all sorts of house blocks and yours are fabulous..

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  2. I love house blocks. Always fancied making a Schoolhouse Quilt too but never have. One day?

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  3. I love the fabric you've used in your blocks, this is going to be a great quilt.

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  4. lovely little houses, the second one looks like an old bluestone or sandstone cottage.
    will be lovely seeing these under construction.

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  5. Hi Jo,love those two house blocks,well done my friend,hope you have a lovely Sunday xx

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  6. Fun blocks, Jo, I really like the effect of the pin tucking for the window glass.

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  7. What a lovely "builder" you are. Your houses are so quaint.

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  8. Wonderful blocks Jo, great fabrics for them!

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  9. There is something very appealing Jo about house blocks. Love yours and fabrics you've chosen

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  10. Great to see you, love your house blocks, so sweet.

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