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Thread: Wonky houses on my bucket list help.

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    Wonky houses on my bucket list help.

    On my bucket list is a quilt of wonky houses. I've searched on pintrest and have found lots of cute ones, but can't print them out. Do you know of any free patterns out there or I would even be tempted to buy a book of them. I just haven't found any. So, anyone out there have any patterns/quilts/books you might tempt me with? Thanks for any help.

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    Try to just google “wonky houses free pattern”. You’ll get a lot.
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    I've been working on this for a week. Not free but cheap and worth the money
    https://www.craftsy.com/quilting/pat...hanging/307158

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    Check out Sue Spargo! She has some cute houses, just put Sue Spargo Wonky Houses into Google.
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    Thank you. I'll try both of those out. Just looked at the Craftsy one and it's so cute. That might be the one.

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    It is going together really easily at the moment and I am by no means an expert so I am really pleased with it. I would definitely recommend it

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    I did Bonnie Hunters wonky houses and had a lot of fun with it. She has them on her web site and easy to print out

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    Bought the craftsy wonky houses pattern, but think I might be in trouble here. Looks pretty difficult to me. Hope I can get it figured out. Such tiny pieces.

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