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Friday, August 01, 2014

Quiltmaker’s Parade of Quilted Homes!

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A couple weeks ago I gave you a sneak preview of a house block I made for Quiltmaker Magazine’s Parade of Quilted Homes!

This me, at #4!

But do you know who the other houses belong to?  You are about to find out!

But first…I want to show you a bit about “The House That Bonnie Built!”

It all started with a night home, right after returning from the Needlework Seminar at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island….a free evening to sew? You bet!


The challenge had come down from Quiltmaker that we were to use Lori Holt’s pattern from a previous 100 blocks by 100 designers issue, and interpret it our own way.

Mine just HAD to have STRINGS, don’t you know?

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I sewed red strings to phone book paper foundation squares!

My strings are sorted by color family, so it was really simple to grab a handful of red ones and just play with the variety.  The units are small, so don’t make them too wide…I used strings from 3/4” up to 2” in width. 

Make sure your stitch length is tiny tiny so the paper is easy to remove.

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Once my foundations were covered, I trimmed them to the size they needed to be, and treated them like they were just a square of fabric, the same size I would have cut for the roof from the pattern.

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4 squares trimmed and de-papered!

Left over triangles from joining binding or borders on the diagonal make great pieces to cover corners with.  I just wanted to make sure that my corners were BIG enough that the next step wouldn’t make them disappear all together. 

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Sky sections are added, and a bit of the gables!  FUN!

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Treadling away!

This is my 1920s Singer 27 with the shuttle bobbin.  You can see I’ve got my favorite sticky seam guide on the slide plate so I can keep my good 1/4”.  Click HERE for more info on those!

There are a lot of sections to this house, and I needed the block to be as tall as it was wide, so keeping that seam where it is supposed to be was crucial!

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Oh, this is going to look just great!

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I’ve got my sections all ready to assemble here.

I pulled strips from my scrap stash for the entire block, and purposed a charm square that had come in my packet of goodies from the Grand Hotel Needlework Seminar for the two bottom windows. 


block done
I spy:
a red calico from the 1970s
old red paw prints from the 1980s
a piece of fabric in the left chimney I brought home from the Netherlands
A piece of a recycled shirt in the right chimney
some civil war green as the grass with flowers….
And everything else from the scrap stash!

Now it’s time for MORE Fun.  Today, YOU can win a copy of my latest book, MORE Adventures with Leaders & Enders --signed by me, along with some scrap stash from my studio!  REALLY!  I’m wanting to share the scrap love with someone special!  But in order to win, you need to go over to The Parade of Homes page  and comment there to enter!  Also check out Quiltmaker’s Blog, Quilty Pleasures for more fun!

**Note** I'm writing this ahead and wasn't given the time to publish, so if this is publishing too early ((Quiltmaker is in Colorado)) Click back to their links LATER to see if they have gone live!! I'm timing this to go live just past midnight my time!

And to sweeten the pot – I’m going to have a drawing HERE too!

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Sept/ Oct 2014 Quiltmaker Giveaway!

I’m drawing for TWO winners of this issue, so you can each make your OWN house quilt.

Leave me a comment in the comments section below ONLY to be entered.

No, you can’t email your comment in, you can’t comment in the guest book, you can’t comment on facebook or instagram…it has to be HERE.  So I can use the random number generator to choose our lucky winners.  It’s only fair that way!

If you are a blogger user, PLEASE check your profile to make sure your email address is visible and I can reach you.  If there is no email address on your profile I have to choose someone else.  If you are commenting as anonymous you must leave your name and your email address so I can reach you.

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I’ll be out of town until the 11th. Or So. Or At any rate, I’ll draw two winners when I get back!

Be sure to check back at The Parade of Homes every day so you can see what other houses are featured, and enter those give-aways too!

Bon Voyage, everyone!  I’m off to England!

Tally Ho!


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458 comments:

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Pattie D said...

Adorable house! I hope you pick me!

Marj said...

I like your use of string piecing for the roof of your house. It will be fun to see what others do with their houses.

Jane said...

Your house is a home

Nancy Vance said...

I love the reds in the roof of the house. Really makes it stand out. I know that you will be the best :)

Heather said...

Loved your strippy rooftop...so cute!

Andee said...

Too cute!!

Lisa said...

Strings in the rooftop - of course! What a delightful block. I cannot wait to make a few of these and create my own little neighborhood of fabric.

Anonymous said...

I love this house - i once had a red roof.
nancy eldred
Sewnsew555@aol.com

Mollie Dundas said...

Too cute! Would love to try this

Sue Monsey said...

Love your house and can't wait to see the others - I hope I win.

Jennifer said...

What a great issue and I love your house! Would love to win!

Jenny on Florida

Debbie said...

I love your house-it definitely is you! Would love to win-thanks for the chance!

Karen Kluwin said...

Home is where the heart is!
There's no place like home...
Safe travels Bonnie!

Alice said...

Love the scrapes you used in your house. I have lots of scraps to make houses and share with others.
alice_white@hotmail.com

Joann said...

Have a fun and safe trip. Would love to be one of the winners and some scraps from your own stash...well that is just the cherry on top!

Janelle Bucher said...

Too cute!
Janelle Bucher
Basketsforyou@cox.net

Mary said...

I love the Scrappy Houses! Some of your Scraps would be fun to play with. Sign me up to WIN!

Kathy MacKie said...

Count me in please.

pharmgirl75 said...

I love the dimension that the string piecing gives to your red roof.

Karen said...

I would love to win this magazine.
Your house is da-bomb!
Safe travels to you. Have a great time!

Mandy Laseter said...

I don't know how you do all you do. I appreciate all the ideas you give us for scrap control. I know you will have a wonderful trip.

Barbara said...

I love your house. The roof is so authentic looking and the colours just work so well. I look forward to seeing what other contributors have come up with. Thanks for offering this giveaway. Enjoy your trip to the UK.

Lisa said...

Great block! And giveaway! Thanks and enjoy England!

Anonymous said...

House blocks are my favourite :) I love your string pieced roof :) lisashirtcliffe@hotmail.com

Linda Hiatt said...
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Marian Kok said...

Love it! Nice you use dutch fabrics.

Linda Hiatt said...

I love this house design. Hope you have a wonderful trip. Thank you for all you do to inspire us.

Barbara Mead said...

I love how the roof is done in this house. Oh I hope I get picked.

Karen Kluwin said...


Barbara Mead said...

I love the houses. I really like the way the roof is put together.

Anonymous said...

I love the houses. WOULD LOVE A COPY!
Diana dcruz @ pacifier.com

Sheila said...

Love, love, LOVE house blocks and am currently working on a Happy Scrappy House Quilt : )
I hope you draw my name!

sally said...

Your house is lovely. I always enjoy reading your step-by-step directions. would love to win a copy of this special issue of Quiltmaker. jspwarren at aoldotcom.

Anonymous said...

I love your scrap house - can you ever have too many scraps?! mo-smith@hotmail co uk

cathy jarrett said...

I really enjoyed reading about how you created your house ... Thanks, Cathy

Alice Dawson said...

Closet architect here. I even have the 'Simply Quilts' house patterns! Would love to play with more!

Just in case... Alice.
ADQuilt@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

Nice house you made. Could use the pattern for a childs quilt.
Greetings Dini Kuijer
akuijer@versatel.nl

Quiltingloulou said...

Would love the chance to win. Very grateful to you for giving us all the chance. Hope your trip goes well and you enjoy England. Will be following you all the time.
Linda (hedworth01@gmail.com) .

Anonymous said...

love to win the mag. have a great trip
Jenny
jennycam1@bigpond.com

Sandra Rocco said...

Hi Bonnie, I am coming up to the Festival of Quilts and hope I might be able to bump into you. I know it will be your free time, but I will keep a lookout just in case so I can say 'hi'.

lefuntz said...

Thanks for the chance to win. Have a fun trip. Take time to enjoy a high tea while you're there.

Helen in the UK said...

Love your house! Would also love a chance to win one of the magazines. Thank you :)

Debbie said...

Love the string roof, Bonnie! Have a great trip!

Pauline Lentsment said...

Love it oh so cute Pauline chocalat@netconnect(dot)com(dot)au

Lorraine said...

Soo cute!!! Lovin' those strings!


Lorraine

Anonymous said...

Please, please let me win this time! lol. Have a wonderful time in England!!

Sue Ann Manlief
sam1955@ymail.com

Anonymous said...

Such a cute house. my first quilt was Scrappy Houses, what an endeavor for a first project. I have learned so much from you. I may give this one a try! Linda kn8uka@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Such a cute house. my first quilt was Scrappy Houses, what an endeavor for a first project. I have learned so much from you. I may give this one a try! Linda kb8uka@yahoo.com (my stubby fingers typed the wrong address above and I don't know how to delete it)

Wanda Burleson said...

Amazing creatativity Miss Bonnie. Love your house. Please pick me.

Thim3 said...

What a great giveaway....I love this house block....and really liked the way you used the string blocks in the house. Have a fun trip to England
thim3@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I've yet to try string piecing but it looks like so much fun. Your house is really cute. -Marian

Anonymous said...

LOVE your house! Especially the string pieced roof! :D

Melissa
mquiggins@gmail.com

Sam said...

Hi Bonnie this is a great idea and I think I shall have to have a try of this. Thanks for all your great ideas. Sam Sandra Downes samsandradownes@gmail.com

mariannecap said...

Love your house! Hope you have a wonderful trip.

Stephanie Hanson said...

Love your scrappy house.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this chance Bonnie, I just love your house it's too cute. Here's hoping I win.
Allison Eland
allisone63@optusnet.com.au

QuiltyKS said...

Some kind of fun :-)

wed said...

I love the string roof!

Shifra Goldenson said...

You have the greatest giveaways. I'd love to win.

anita lansberry said...

This is how I like to play! Love it!

Anonymous said...

I love house blocks and yours is a winner!
Beth
etvalliere@comcast.net

ajsgramie said...

Loved looking at the houses. Trying to figure out where to comment to enter for the book draw was confusing so I gave up. Doesn't matter as I have the digital issue anyway

Cassie said...

Loved the steps for making your house as well as your own review of recognizing some of the fabrics. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

I've never made a house block, so yours would be a great one to start with! Safe travels, and thanks for the giveaway, Kate.
tony_orchardmerkel@o2.co.uk

Nancy said...

love your house, thanks for the giveaway.

Barb66 said...

I have always loved House Blocks, what a great chance to experiment.Your house is great.

Anita said...

Lovely house with a fantastic red roof! Have a great trip to England!

Anonymous said...

The house quilt looks like it would be fun to make.
mannlori@earthlink.net

chook said...

Please enter me in the draw .I think your little house is cute .Have a fantastic time in England
hugs Beth

Hannele said...

Your house is very personal - I love it!

Anonymous said...

I think it's high time I made a house block! I would love to have a copy of the mags! Pick me, pick me!

Jessica
vaughn8047@msn.com

Jacqueline said...

What a cute way to use up scraps. Thanks for sharing and a chance at your book.

Lauren said...

That scrappy house is definitely you. Love it!

cdlake said...

Love the string pieced roof.

Digiscrapations said...

Love your house with it's lovely string roof. Would love to win!! Thanks for the chance to win.

Agnes Gates said...

I love making fabric houses. The string pieced roof, is very effective, love it.

bluenines said...

string pieced roof , too cute happy sewing to all and good luck on the giveaways

Tamara Betancourt said...

Love that you can remember each piece of fabric and where it became woven into your life

AnneP said...

Love pieced houses - I can see a quilt in my future

Melissa said...

Pick me. Such a cute house. Wish I was going back to England.
melissadinsga@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

You are sew clever

Sharon

ncshagger@hotmail.com

Mrs MomMegan Craftsalot said...

SEW FUN! I am going to have to try making some block houses.

Lakegaldonna said...

Hi Bonnie!

I'd love to win your giveaway. Hope your trip across the pond is fabulous!

Aliceart said...

Those houses look like great fun to play with! Please count me in!

Mary5 said...

LOVE the house blocks. FUN ideas. I hope to win.

qltmom9 said...

Thank you for the chance. Cute houses!

Lorene said...

Love the scrap pieced rooftop! Would also love to win. :)
mkaylorene@yahoo.com

sandrarobben said...

Lovely house, with a red roof! Hope to win, sandrarobben@hotmail.com

KarenIN said...

Cutest scrappy house!

Florence said...

have a great time bonnie,,,,,,,,and thank you so much for the giveaway,,,,,love your block,,

Laura said...

Cute house! Thanks for the chance to win.

Redlizard70 said...

I love house blocks and still have a small stack of scrappy blue ones. Don't know what I was thinking when I made so many. Maybe my blue ones need some variety which the magazine patterns would provide.

Sandy Lewis said...

Bonnie the Builder. So adorable.
Sandy Lewis

Desi said...

Love the house block, Bonnie! Have fun in England.

Marlene Chasteen said...

This is a block I would like to make one day. I would love to have a copy of one of your books.

Linda said...

Love, love, love your house!

Anonymous said...

I would love to win the book. I love house blocks. janerichards39@att.net

Quilt em said...

I would love to make house number four! I have been cutting up scrappy houses from your free pattern. I can do both right! Thanks for the drawing!

kathy ungvarsky said...

I love ability to turn scraps into art. You are a true artist.

Anonymous said...

Hi Bonnie,Love your scrappy House block
Cathy Wynne
cl_wynne@att.net

Sherry Whalen said...

Love the houses and the quilt! Thank you for the chance to win.
Sherry
swhalen944@yahoo.com

Elizabeth Kelbaugh said...

Good to see Bonnie string piecing in the roof. Cute house !

Pat in Texas said...

Would love to win.

Karen said...

Love scrappy! Please enter me!

Bonnie said...

Would love to win. I am always looking for a way to use my scraps. Since I have started following you bonnie my scrap baskets have grown.

Barbara B said...

Love that roof--thanks!

Sandy Garrett said...

What a great neighborhood you have stitched yourself into. Love that each house is unique to the designer. Thanks for the chance to win.

Debbie Quilts said...

Love this block! Bet there will be lots of "Neighborhood Quilts" showing up in quiltland! Thanks for the chance to win.

Sandy Garrett said...

What a great neighborhood you have stitched yourself into. Love that each house is unique to the designer. Thanks for the chance to win.

Sheri Wonderling said...

I am still amazed at how you look out your scrappy window and see and sew such beauty into everything you make. You turn plain into profound. Thank you for yet another chance to win win with you. Safe travels and enjoy your trip

Anonymous said...

Have a great trip Bonnie and thanks for the chance to win some books.. Love, love your scrappy quilts!!
Maria - grandysquilts@gmail.com

Mary Lee said...

Bonnie, I am very frugal and I truly love the way that you encourage the use of even the ugliest, smallest scraps. THANK YOU! Mimilyn7@hotmail.com

Auntie Clark said...

I love house blocks!
auntie.clark@gmail.com

Sharon S said...

What a delightful way of using the strings

Amber said...

I hope you have a wonderful time in England. I love reading about your travel adventures. Thank you for all your give aways, I would love to win.

Dale Shafer said...

The red string roof is so-o-o "Bonnie"!

Dale Shafer
ldshafer@rgv.rr.com

Peggy said...

Love your colorful house - safe travels across the sea!

Tammy Liddell said...

Awesome house block. Thanks for the opportunity to win . :D Have a funtastic trip. Be safe.

damselscreations@gmail.com just in case its not showing.

Alcea Rosea 31 said...

I hope you enjoy your trip here, the string roof is just right for your house.

MarciaME said...

Adorable!

Jitka said...

Funny houses! I like it.

Rachel Ferguson said...

That was really fun to see how you designed that. It's really cute? I love it!

Myrna said...

Thanks for the drawing. Your string house is great! Have a safe trip!

Shasta Matova said...

This house block is one that looks so wonderful scrappy!

Debra Crumbaker said...

I would love to win. Scraps from your house to mine would definitely be stitched in a house block, which would eventually make it into a quilt.

Anonymous said...

I would love to win this mag. Thank you for all the fun things you do. I've really learned a lot. Jean Farley, jefarley@charter.net.

Kate said...

Those blocks are just adorable, Bonnie... And thanks for the very generous giveaway !! Happy travels.

Quilting Tangent said...

Cute house. Would love to check out a new magazine.
24Tangent@gmail.com

Jana Leonard said...

I love that house and would really like to win! Safe travels!

Anonymous said...

I don't have that book and would love to win!
I love string piecing....it can be very mindless sewing...
Rosalie
rjoehnk@txwinet.com

Linda said...

What a great Giveaway! I love this house block. I think the red strings make the roof have a lovely 3D effect. It would be fun to make one, or two, or several!

Rebecca Stevens said...

Thanks for a chance at a great give away. Love your house. I am trying to design a cabin for a friend who just had one built and this would be a great resource. Have a great trip - maybe someday sigh. just in case my address doesn't show up rhoystevens at gmail dot com

Jennifer in WNY said...

Thanks for the chance to win! I'm not sure why house blocks are so appealing - maybe because they can feel like a personal connection to your own home? In any case, I love them, and would love to win this!

Kim said...

Lovely Blocks. Happy Travels!
Kim
tnjmom1 at gmail dot com

Barbara Augustine said...

I've always wanted to make a house quilt. I love the personality in your house block.

Anonymous said...

Cute house. Wouldn't mine living in that one, lol.
Betty
bgk44 @ msn.com

Carol Leak said...

I have the magazine, but would be thrilled to win the stash fabric~have a great trip! Carol

Mary Burn said...

Love house block quilts. Enjoy your trip.

Lydia Baker said...

A House built with repurposed fabric is a house built with love! I love your house!

pattiespea said...

I love your house! please pick me.

Anonymous said...

I really like your string roof. I've started a string box and have 3 of your books and would love chance for another one. scowan50@hotmail.com

Roxy said...
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Anonymous said...

You can never have to much inspiration. Love those houses
Shirley
Artquilter@mchsi.com

Linda Biondino said...

Love the house blocks! Definitely on my bucket list...
thanks Bonnie!

Linda B in Naples FL

Carol Sc said...

It's fun to see some fabric from your stay on Mackinac Island --- one of my favorite places. I visualize making this house pattern and string piecing the body of the house. Hope you have a great trip to England!
quiltschon@att.net

jean said...

count me in!

OWsMom said...

Love this! I have an old Little Amish Houses UFO that I feel inspired to revisit now!

MaryK said...

Oh so cute. I ordered Leader and Enders yesterday and it should be here tomorrow or Monday, thanks Amazon. This one looks fun to do too :)

msmargie2 said...

I love the house that Bonnie built! It is so interesting to have scraps in blocks that you can recall where they came from. The string pieced roof is adorable and says Bonnie all over it! Have a fun safe trip, looking forward to reading all about it ! Msmargie2@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Melissa in Texas
Have fun on your trip to England! Thanks so much for offering these fun giveaways! I love using strings in quilts. Now, just show us how to keep those strings from multiplying when we aren't looking!!!
melstucker@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Got my fingers crossed, Bonnie. Love the scrappy house! Jessica Terrell tjessiemae@aol.com

sandi said...

I just got my copy of Quiltmaker magazine yesterday and loved the house blocks. They are adorable! I like that you used strings for your roof. Have fun in England.

Anonymous said...

Love the way you deconstruct the blocks; great tutorial as always. Birmingham will be great fun; see some of you at the show?

Sara

Emily C said...

Your house is cute. I love how portions of the roof mimic snow.

Connie Kresin Campbell said...

What a cute house and a neat roof!!

Helen said...

How cute! I love your house on the block! (even if my tired eyes had problems trying to see any paw prints on the roofs! LOL Maybe those are an enterprising puppy???)

Helen Koenig
momschoolma@yahoo.com

Laura M said...

Love your scrappy house - would love to make my own village. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy of QM.
thequiltlady.laura@comcast.net

Vinette Makal said...

Love it!

Diane Harris, Interactive Editor said...

Hi everyone, this is Diane from Quiltmaker magazine. As luck would have it, we're having website problems this morning and some of you haven't been able to get to our Parade of Homes page or our Bonnie blog post. I sincerely apologize and hope that things will be back up soon. Thanks for your patience!

George Anderson said...

I made Scrappy House quilts (your pattern) twice. One for my grown daughter who has been drawing houses since a very young girl, and the second for my church as a raffle. Both were well recieved and loved! Thanks for all you do. Ps I would love to share your scraps LOL.. G. Anderson outbackus@msn.com

Anonymous said...

WOULD LOVE TO WIN THIS!
corsaravantine at yahoo dot com

Becky said...

Adorable! Thank you for the chance to win! Have a wonderful and safe trip.
Becky
beckyaddis@yahoo.com

George Anderson said...

I made Scrappy House quilts (your pattern) twice. One for my grown daughter who has been drawing houses since a very young girl, and the second for my church as a raffle. Both were well recieved and loved! Thanks for all you do. Ps I would love to share your scraps LOL.. G. Anderson outbackus@msn.com

Nancy said...

Your house block is really cute. I love the string-pieced roof!

(I don't know if you can do anything about this, but I keep getting this "Photo Sphere" google ad thing covering the picture that has the text that I'm supposed to type to prove I'm not a robot. I have to try several times before I see the non-robot image long enough to catch the characters before that stupid Photo Sphere image appears.)

Anonymous said...

The houses are adorable..love your string roof.
Liz
ejreid@tbaytel.net

Bonnie58 said...

Love the houses. Thanks so much for sharing

brownj6610 said...

I'm anxious to see all the interpretations of the houses. Love yours, BTW.

Judy Morin said...

I love house blocks. Thanks for the contest.

Paule-Marie said...

Cute house. Have a great time in England.

Anonymous said...

Really like the personality of your house.

Rosemary McGuire
rmcgu@hotmail.com
310 Brookside Avenue
Cresskill, NJ 07626

Vicki said...

I love the depth the shading of strips provides on the roofs.
A lightbulb moment for sure!
vicki.mckinnon@gmail.com

DianneB said...

Seriously, Bonnie - a chance to win some of your scraps!! I'm so hoping to win. Maybe some of your great quilt ability will come with the scraps - not sure if I'll be able to use them.
Enjoy your trip and have lots of fun.

Sharmond said...

Loving your house block. Would love to make one. The sky's the limit when choosing fabrics for this block. Thanks for all your quilting inspiration and energy!

Anonymous said...

1653Have a great and safe trip!

Carole D
Altoona, PA
bistry@atlanticbb.net

Anonymous said...

Oh Bonnie I would love to win this and some of your stash... It would be my pride and I would show your stash off .

Pat Paattt@live.ca

Rebecca said...

Love her blocks.... would love your scraps

Quilter Kathy said...

Safe travels Bonnie!
This is another fun giveaway :)

Anonymous said...

Love the houses and all of your quilts. Please enter me in your contest.
louisequilts@comcast.net

LauraJ said...

Such a fun house! Love the strings on the roof and all the memories in the fabric choices!

eliette1964 said...

Love the house , have A fun and safe trip. eliette1964@yahoo.com

monica sisk said...

I just love house blocks....this one is simply precious. Thanks for your generosity and the chance to win.

just in case I get lucky: m3reyna at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

I love your block, especially the string roof.
gwen

gwendenluck@yahoo.com

eliette1964 said...
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Brenda Lowerison said...

Just got into quilting and trying to build up my "stash" and would love to win Bonnie's book.

Anonymous said...

Safe travels. My friends and I are making Lori Holt's Bee in My Bonnet quilt. Your house would've have fit right in as an option!!

barbshome1@aol.com

Robin Bobbin said...

Great house! Would love to make my house. Have a safe trip and a wonderful time! raboggan@gmail.com

Debbie P said...

Love your cute house with the strippy roof Bonnie!! Very creative & fun!!

Sandra said...

I would love to win the magazine. You always have great ideas for quilts.
Sandra
sand_kidd@yahoo.com

marie said...

Have never made a house quilt so sure would like to win.

maggie fellow said...

I have string blocks to spare for the roof - what a fun idea. thanks

Myrtle said...

I want to move in!
erniepenguin(at)hotm--l.com

Myrtle said...

Thanks for your wonderful blog!

Robin MacGeorge said...

I love this block. Looks like a great quilt in the making.

Robin MacGeorge
rjmac61_2000@ yahoo.com

Missy Shay said...

that house is adorable!
missysaprons@gmail.com

Jean said...

Thanks for a chance to win. I'm making our Happy Scrappy Houses in the Rainbow Challenge. fun fun fun

Loris said...

Your house is lovely! I love where you find to place strings. They add interest!

Joye with an e said...

What a happy house. Have a wonderful trip to England. Wish I was going with you! Thanks.

Barbara Kanta said...

Love your house, and can't wait to make my own with a beach twist! TIA! B-)

Lorelei Hauptmann said...

Love the step by step....thanks for the giveaway...have a great time in England!

Anonymous said...

Love your happy little house. Think maybe there should have been a cute little puppy in the window waiting for "mommy" to come home. Btw, my granddaughter's namesake, so I love a Sadie too. Karen. abmask@tbwifi.ca

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