This particular house block was created using a 100 Blocks block pattern by Lori Holt, using regular old precision piecing, no paper required! I used some assorted prints from my scrap bins to represent the different parts of the house. I especially love the stone-y gray print I used for the house itself, wish I had some more of that lying around!
The windows are a fun sneak peek into the house, using a beautiful Japanese import fabric I got in a layer cake swap a long while ago. I fussy cut what I had left of the layer cake square and made it work, because I love seeing house blocks that have a little something going on in the house!
Are you a big fan of house blocks? Then you definitely will want to enter today's giveaway right here as well for a copy of the September/October 2014 issue of Quiltmaker, containing all of these adorable house blocks as well as three different house quilts. I'll draw a winner first thing Monday morning. To enter, tell me about your favorite pictorial block - is it a house? A flower? A sewing machine? Make sure to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway below for your chance to win :)
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