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THE TIMELESS HOUSE BLOCK

Updated: Jun 7, 2023

QUILT AS YOU GO FRIENDLY

FREE QUILT AS YOU GO ALONG PART 5


They say home is where the heart is, but I say, home is where my quilts are! And nothing creates the homely vibe like this cute little house block. This block is also stitch n flip, plus quilt as you go friendly. Read on to see how you can make your own house block or even house quilt!

Here are the cutting instructions to make 1 block, if you’re joining in with our FREE QAYG-ALONG then you’ll need to make 2. The house block finishes at approximately 10" square. Below is a picture of my second block.






Please note that these QAYG blocks are suitable to be joined together with the easy cover strip method. The cover strip can be on the front or the back of the quilt. They can also be joined with the joining strip method, if you would like to use the joining strip method then cut your batting to the same size as the backing fabric.


Follow along with the YouTube video to make your block. Click on the video to see when it premieres where you are.





This is how to mark up the block:


This is the order in which the pieces are stitched and flipped onto the batting and backing square.


Here are some step-by-step photos to keep you on track when making your house block.







Feel free to join our private Facebook group to share pics of your house blocks, we'd love to see them!

Don't forget #patternpooleqaygalong2021 when posting to your socials.

Love quilt as you go? Check out our range of QAYG PDF patterns on our website here.

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2 comentários


Peggy Dick
Peggy Dick
11 de jan.

How much fabric does it take to make a full size quilt of all house blocks?

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Yvonne Jenkins
Yvonne Jenkins
31 de ago. de 2023

Seriously, I live in Perth and have watched heaps of quilt as you go on YouTube, I watch you today and I am excited. I am new (12 months) to EPP witch I ❤️ I am currently doing Jodi Godfrey harvest quilt and have learn so much and really enjoy hand stitching. I am 75 retired and have always enjoyed sewing. I bought a janome 6600p a few years ago, it sat in my sewing room for ages, I have moved house and loving my craft. I really enjoyed your channel and my plan is to do your quilt. Obviously weeks behind but!! I have heaps of fabric and have really enjoyed your 'Quilt as you go'


Thank you


Yvonne

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