April 19, 2016

Have You Been Bitten By the House Bug?

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I have!!  I built 16 houses today!  The Accuquilt 3x6 flying geese die makes these blocks a snap with no trimming required - just another reason I ♥ my Accuquilt Go!  The blocks looks the same as the Village quilt by Miss Rosie's Quilt Co, but the cutting, assembly, and size are all different!  The fabrics are Miss Kate and Hello Darling by Bonnie and Camille, plus the black dot, all leftovers from other projects - scraps!  I'm thinking I need more variety {read - they're not wild enough}, so I'll just make some more!


Linking to:
♥ Midweek Makers ♥ Let's Bee Social ♥ WIPs on Wednesday ♥ Needle and Thread Thursday ♥ Scraptastic Tuesday ♥ 

8 comments :

Shannon said...

Nope not bitten! But your houses look nice and colorful.

Susan said...

Well, bitten by the house bug to repaint and remodel the one I live in! But I have been thinking of making houses from the small scraps I have, someday...

Quilts By Laurel said...

I have the pattern, but I have a ton of other stuff in the pipeline before I can get to this one. I just love your houses! I have a quick question about the Accuquilt die. Can you cut more than one layer of fabric at a time? These are so pretty! :)

Jenny said...

Lots of pretty houses in that bunch! But no, I've never made a single one.

Sew Surprising said...

Houses are my favourites, yours look great, one bright and fun little village coming up :)

Nicky said...

That sounds fun! Great to use a die cutter to speed up production. Thanks for linking up to #scraptastictuesday

Janine @ Rainbow Hare said...

These are great - I'm quite tempted... :D

Michelle @ From Bolt to Beauty said...

Love your sweet little houses! Of course, it's hard to go wrong with all that B&C fabric. : )

Tell me more about your Accuquilt Go. I'm tempted to get one, but I can't decide whether I'd use it enough to justify the cost.