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Thread: 1 August 2011 House BOM pictures

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    Hi Again,
    Here is a picture of the Ouhouse Block, that I made, for this month. I hope everyone likes it & has fun making their own. I am excited to start seeing the blocks that everyone will create. Enjoy!!
    :D :D :D :D

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    Hi Sulabug, Love the block.....I wish we had some of the woodtone fabrics here! I can't seem to find any since our local LQS closed.

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    Thank you!

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    Love the "Outhse" can't wait to get to the sewing rm

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    love the outhouse! i think i may just 'light box draw' the pattern and make it the usual way! not sure i like the 'destructions' list of fabrics!!!! haha...:)
    i love yours though!!

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    What a cute outhouse. This block will make up fast!
    Thank you for the BOM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SulaBug
    Hi Again,
    Here is a picture of the Ouhouse Block, that I made, for this month. I hope everyone likes it & has fun making their own. I am excited to start seeing the blocks that everyone will create. Enjoy!!
    :D :D :D :D
    Hi SulaBug, your outhouse is wonderful! Thanks for choosing this one!

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    Hi Bug Sula, you did a good job with the outhouse but as I remember them they were a little more beat up than yours. It sure brings back memorys.Good job.Love handquilter

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    Hi SulaBug: Love the outhouse block. It looks like a fun block to make. Thanks. :thumbup:

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    Here is an outhouse somewhat similar to the one we had years ago. This is painted on a saw blade. Though you might like to see it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skydiver70
    Here is an outhouse somewhat similar to the one we had years ago. This is painted on a saw blade. Though you might like to see it.
    Hey, that is exactly the look I wanted to go for!! :thumbup: I remember having to use the outdoor toilet, when I was a young girl. My grand children, now a days, can't even imagine it. Thank you so much for sharing your picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacquie
    love the outhouse! i think i may just 'light box draw' the pattern and make it the usual way! not sure i like the 'destructions' list of fabrics!!!! haha...:)
    i love yours though!!
    Jacquie,
    Your light box idea sounds like it would work out great. I don't have a light box & this was the first time I have tried a Pattern like this. I did find it really easy. I just cut out all of the pieces like the list shows & laid them out, making the block. From there it was easy to sew them together. I hope everyone has a great time making this block!!
    :D :D :D :D

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    I love all your blocks! I have been trying to keep track of your blocks through the year, and have really enjoyed it! You all do nice work!

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    Great block SulaBug. I can't wait to get started.

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    i started drawing the out house, and before i new it i had my fabrics out and was off at sewing!! what fun i had!! i loved this block!! thanks for picking it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacquie
    i started drawing the out house, and before i new it i had my fabrics out and was off at sewing!! what fun i had!! i loved this block!! thanks for picking it!!
    DOUBLE WOW!! :thumbup: You have done a fantastic job on your Outhouse block. I love everything about it. It sure didn't take you long to make it, either. Good for you!! Thank you for sharing.
    :D :D :D :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacquie
    i started drawing the out house, and before i new it i had my fabrics out and was off at sewing!! what fun i had!! i loved this block!! thanks for picking it!!
    You did a great job! I think these are going to be the best looking outhouses we've ever seen!

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    Cute!

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    Sulabug and Jacquie, your blocks are adorable! I've been out of town and hadn't seen this month's block yet...can't wait to get started, but two grandchildren somehow got in my suitcase and I have them for a week or so... :):)...but soon!

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    Sulabug...That is a great pattern. Love your interpretation. Did you do it according to the directions or did you try to PP it?
    Am looking forward to gettting back to making my houses...I am W-A-Y- behind. We had to leave home in February when I had started on the farmhouse and stayed with my DMIL to care for her until she passed away. Got back home the end of May and moved the first of June. Finally beginning to get back to quilting. Will post my pics when ever I finally get caught up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacquie
    i started drawing the out house, and before i new it i had my fabrics out and was off at sewing!! what fun i had!! i loved this block!! thanks for picking it!!
    Very nice. Love the appliqued tree.

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    I love your outhouse block!!! Cant wait to see your other blocks, too!!

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    Hi debbie, If you e-mail your address, I'll send you some wood
    grain material for your block. Janet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TymeToShine
    Sulabug...That is a great pattern. Love your interpretation. Did you do it according to the directions or did you try to PP it?
    Am looking forward to gettting back to making my houses...I am W-A-Y- behind. We had to leave home in February when I had started on the farmhouse and stayed with my DMIL to care for her until she passed away. Got back home the end of May and moved the first of June. Finally beginning to get back to quilting. Will post my pics when ever I finally get caught up!
    Hi there............I put my block together according to directions. I didn't try to pp it. The only thing that I changed was the door. It had several pieces to it & I was lazy, so I used a solid piece of farbic. I know, shame on me, but it worked out just fine!! :D I am glad to hear that you are back working with your sewing. You are never behind, so just take your time & create some pretty house blocks. I will be waiting to see how yours turn out too!!
    :D :D :D :D

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    I love the blocks you all made. I have mine printed out for this weekend. You have given me some ideas. Can't wait to see some more blocks.

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