Monday, September 10, 2018

Welcome To My House Blog Hop



When CAROL first announced the 'House' hop, I knew I had to join in as I just love house blocks, quilts, and fun little house items.   I've made a lot of houses over my quilty, bloggy years and here are just a few:


Name Tag badge for my local quilt guild - 2010



The Christmas Village - Sulky International Pattern
2011



Block for  Beth's annual 'Neighborhood'  project.  
2012


Cross Stitched Homestead - 2013


Or your house being covered in quilts during the the first "Airing of the Quilts" to promote the new Quilt Barn Trail in Schoharie County - 2014


Scrappy Houses with RSC15


Harvest House - 2016 'Let's Book It' project


Wonky House after a terrible 2017 wind storm

So what does 2018 bring?


Block One from the Moda 'Be My Neighbor' QAL
Sometimes just one block can make a statement
Completely all scraps from the bins, left over binding,
back and hanger is an old FQ, scrap piece of batting, and 
quilted with old bobbins to finish up that last bit of thread.

Thank You for stopping by and be sure to visit:

45 comments:

  1. Great variety of house blocks! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. A grand show of house blocks and quilts from over the years. I bought fabric for a house quilt and still haven't decided on a pattern. That was when my second husband was still alive and he died five years ago this July. I still love the fabric and don't know exactly what I want to do with the fabric. I'll know when I get back to really piecing. I did buy "Village" pattern which uses 5" squares for the house and flying geese for the roof. I haven't used charms for much so I'm excited to use those and yardage to make a fun quilt. As always, your blog is an inspiration. May you find time to still quilt and center yourself as you take each day as it comes with your new challenges. God Bless You and thanks for participating in the hop and inspiring all of us.

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  3. Thanks for sharing your various house projects. All lovely. The RSC15 Scrappy houses really appealed to me so I looked back over your 2015 blog posts and found your tutorial. Now squirrelled away in my Pinterest ideas. Thank you!

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  4. Wonderful post, Sharon, I love the airing of the quilts as much as all of your works

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  5. What a great collection of house-themed projects. I really like the last one for 2018.

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  6. What a cute little house block, and I enjoyed seeing your parade of homes too!

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  7. Your house quilts are beautiful. Best wishes to your mom.

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  8. Best neighborhood with your assorted houses. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. What fun to see your time line of houses! I love that you have a local event to cover your house in quilts!

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  10. Love all your house projects! What fun. Thanks for sharing!

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  11. Oh my gosh, you definitely have a lot of houses! Your cross stitch piece looks incredible and totally wows me. I love the Christmas Village, too! Now I feel like I should take all my quilts out for airing after looking at how cool yours looks. What a great event! Thank you so much for sharing all your houses with us.

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  12. Oh my....I LOVE that Christmas Village! That is simply fabulous.

    Your name tag is so cute too. You have so many nice house quilts.

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  13. These are wonderful, Sharon. I love the name tag. Very cute.

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  14. I love your nametag! I recently talked at a guild and I loved that they all were wearing quilted nametags. Thank you for sharing today, loved all of your projects.

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  15. "Sew" many fun houses, but the best of the best is your house covered in quilts. Makes me want to move right on in! :-)

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  16. Many wonderful views of your work. So lovely!

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  17. You have so many beautiful houses in your house. Thankyou for sharing. I love this hop as I have been introduced to some great new to me bloggers including you. Love the posts and am just getting a cup of tea to enjoy while wandering through your site.

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  18. You have made so many fun projects with houses in them. I love how you use scraps, I am trying to be better about that. Thanks for sharing.

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  19. Wow! So many cute projects. Thanks for sharing.

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  20. What a fabulous collection of real estate.

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  21. Loved Tink's comment, above -- it is quite a fantastic collection of real estate! I adored your houses, Sharon -- especially the wonky house after a wind storm! Very creative and fun. Hope things are going well for your mom. Continuing to send {{{hugs}}} your way!

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  22. Love all your quilts, especially the Christmas village. Your Moda house is darling. I would have loved to seen in person your house covered in quilts. What a picture!

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  23. Oh yes you have made a lot of houses, lovely houses!
    Thanks for sharing :-)

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  24. Great variety of houses! House blocks are one of my favorite blocks to do. Thanks for sharing yours.

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  25. You are definitely a house professional! Thanks for the tour, I really enjoyed it!

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  26. Wow, love all your different houses. The stitched name tag house is super cute!

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  27. :) What a fun post about houses. I'm loving all your different little house quilts. Using up scraps of fabric, batting, thread, etc. is a great idea for 2018.

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  28. Lots of houses and all so different. Fun projects.

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  29. Love your house blocks. Harvest House hangs above my sewing machine. I think of you everything I look up. Thank you for sharing.

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  30. I think you love house blocks! Each one tells a story, but I love the last one's story best.

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  31. Many gorgeous House 🏡 blocks Sharon....

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  32. Beautiful house quilts and blocks. I really like the RSC scrappy ones. May have to make some of those. Thanks for sharing ... :) Pat

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  33. Thanks for sharing all your houses. Really fun ti look at.

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  34. What a variety of house quilts you have, and the airing of the quilts is a fantastic idea! Thanks for sharing your impressive house quilt collection.

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  35. Wonderful houses, Sharon - great Christmas Village!! <3

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  36. Love your houses, especially that Christmas village.

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  37. Lots of fun houses in your collection. I really like the last one.

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  38. Your houses are always wonderful little projects.

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  39. You have a wonderful collection of house quilts!

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  40. Such a lovely array of houses! My favorite is the name tag :) So cute! xx

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