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Thread: 1 May 2011 Red & White School House pictures.

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    Hello Again,
    I will start the picture thread with the block that I have made with the Red & White School House pattern, that meesabell has chosen for us.

    I chose not to make it red & white like stated, as I am making all of my house blocks scrappy from my stash!! :D It sorta looks plain, but I am pleased with it.

    I will be looking forward to seeing all of your blocks, as you make progress sewing them together. Let's have FUN!!
    Sulabug
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    My version of the Red & White School House.
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    Looks great. I can't wait to get started.

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    Oh how cute!!!

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    Good one SulaBug, it's lovely and another to add to your 'already put together quilt'. :thumbup:

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    Very cute. Love your tile roof. My grammer school had a red tile roof but, many more rooms :D

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    Love your School House block, SulaBug...thanks for posting directions.

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    Oh that is wonderful!
    Quote Originally Posted by SulaBug
    Hello Again,
    I will start the picture thread with the block that I have made with the Red & White School House pattern, that meesabell has chosen for us.

    I chose not to make it red & white like stated, as I am making all of my house blocks scrappy from my stash!! :D It sorta looks plain, but I am pleased with it.

    I will be looking forward to seeing all of your blocks, as you make progress sewing them together. Let's have FUN!!
    Sulabug
    :D :D :D

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    Very nice! I love the fabric choice for the walls of the schoolhouse. I can't wait to get mine done and start putting together!

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    Sulabug, Very nice choice of fabrics. Love the brick base and tile roof!
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    Love your school house block SulaBug. Gonna start mine tomorrow.

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    Thank you Everyone, for your kind comments. I must admit that it was a fun block to make. I will be anxiously waiting to see all of yours as you get them done. BRING them ON!!
    :D :D :D :D

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    I like your school house Sulabug! Here is mine. I even pressed it!!
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    You guys have done a great job! I just printed out my pattern. You all have inspired me to join in!

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    I used the PP method-
    What a fun and easy one to do!
    I added more grass and sky to make it 12".
    The village is starting to take shape. I am waiting a bit before deciding how to put them all together. I hope by repeating the different sky fabrics they will all go together in the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matilda
    I like your school house Sulabug! Here is mine. I even pressed it!!
    WOW!! :thumbup: You are the first one to post your block today & it's a great school house. I love the red color's you have used. What a nice press job, too!! I just might have to make this pattern again & in red.
    :D :D :D :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2 Doods
    I used the PP method-
    What a fun and easy one to do!
    I added more grass and sky to make it 12".
    The village is starting to take shape. I am waiting a bit before deciding how to put them all together. I hope by repeating the different sky fabrics they will all go together in the end.
    Another wonderful school house block!! :thumbup: I love your block too. The brick fabric looks really nice & all of your blocks look great together. I also added more sky & grass to make mine 12". I am planning on making them all that size. Nice work.
    :D :D :D :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by susie0808
    You guys have done a great job! I just printed out my pattern. You all have inspired me to join in!
    Susie, we are so glad to have you join in making this school house block with all of us. I can hardly wait to see your finished block. Please post pictures when you are done!!
    :D :D :D :D

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    Alice, I love your blocks together! I think they compliment one another very well. This month's block looks fun to do. Must head off to pick out fabrics . . . .
    Quote Originally Posted by 2 Doods
    I used the PP method-
    What a fun and easy one to do!
    I added more grass and sky to make it 12".
    The village is starting to take shape. I am waiting a bit before deciding how to put them all together. I hope by repeating the different sky fabrics they will all go together in the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2 Doods
    I used the PP method-
    What a fun and easy one to do!
    I added more grass and sky to make it 12".
    The village is starting to take shape. I am waiting a bit before deciding how to put them all together. I hope by repeating the different sky fabrics they will all go together in the end.
    I love your schoolhouse, the bricks and the "formula" window really set it off. I'm doing the same, using the same sky and one other fabric somewhere in each block to tie them together, but haven't thought about what the setting will look like yet.

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    Thank you. ♥♥

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    Quote Originally Posted by neeng
    I love your schoolhouse, the bricks and the "formula" window really set it off. I'm doing the same, using the same sky and one other fabric somewhere in each block to tie them together, but haven't thought about what the setting will look like yet.
    Thanks! They are having their Math class! I found a fat quarter of "school" fabric tucked away. Most of the writing was too large but the math formula sort of fit so I fussy cut it. :lol:

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    I love all the school houses I've seen. They are all so cute and pretty. Here's mine:
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    I love all the houses ladies! I am getting inspired! This will be a fun block to make!

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    It is adorable but needs a doorhandle, do you think?

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    IreneV,

    This is very sweet. Your fussy-cut applique is right - on.

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