I made a lot of little improvised houses and related blocks during COVID and decided to combine them into a quilt for our builder, since we love our house!
Here are a few of my favorite blocks from the quilt.
First, this is a watermelon canning factory. I told the builder it really needs to be re-purposed to make garage doors, since those are in short supply and nobody eats canned watermelon.
Really it’s just my idea of whimsy.
Then there are several little houses that came pre-made from some fabric I’ve had on hand for a long time. I enjoyed placing them in various locations.
My husband especially likes the stars in the sky on this block, not to mention the car pulled up to the house 😀
I made a number of wonky houses of my own.
Name: It Takes a Village to Build a House (because it really did)
Finished size: 45″ x 53″
Designed and made by me
Quilted by Linda
I still have a number of quilts to be bound and blogged, but there is progress!