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Friday, May 23, 2014

Sew Many More Houses!

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Love these ladies, always a room full of laughs whenever our paths cross!

I think the last time I saw them was during the Glendale California quilt show a couple years go, but I’ve also seen them at road 2 California ---and in Huntington Beach!  If you want to ensure that you have a great time, just invite this trio of trouble…you’ll laugh more than you can imagine and have a ton of fun!

This photo was supposed to be a “see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil”….but then it turned into “wear your chimneys on your head” and pretty soon the whole room got into the game!

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Oh your heads, ladies!

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That goes for you lot, too!

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we are close to Disney, and they do kind of look like square mouse ears! LOL!

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Check out the Happy Halloween Houses!

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And this picture, though a bit blurry is special to me --

This is Kay and I met her back when I taught for Road 2 California – I think she has to date done 7 of my quilts and she is a little spitfire.  Love her to pieces, and I know she is missing Sherry who moved to Texas, so this pic is for Sherry ----

The whole day was so much fun.  You'll find the free pattern for Happy Scrappy Houses under the Free Patterns tab at the top of the blog.

Click the image below if you can’t view the slide show on your mobile device.  You’ll be taken to the photo album for viewing.

You'll even find some shots of noon-time show & share in amongst our house photos!

Happy Scrappy Houses, LACQG, CA 2014


Thank You to the Friendship Square Quilters of La Habra, and the Los Angeles County Quilters of Downey for a great week! Let's do it again!


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2 comments:

susiefloozie said...

Great houses! Loved the fussy-cut windows on so many of them!

Karen said...

Not only do I love the fussy cut windows, but also the amazing points matching on the chimneys and roofs! Great job ladies!!!
I just finished Schoolhouse blocks, quite the challenge.