Sunday, September 9, 2018

Welcome to my House Blog Hop


Today see the start of the Welcome to my House Blog Hop. A big thank you to the awesome Carol from Just Let Me Quilt for hosting us and inspiring us with her Blog Hop themes.
The one thing all our project have in common is a house had to feature in our project somewhere.
In my project I have a neighborhood of homes in my Welcome to my house wall hanging. I have been focusing on small projects for the Blog hops. Plus in this project I pulled out the scrap box for my Four patch pathway rows.
Here is the schedule for the blog hop. Make sure you visit everyone and say hi when you check out everyone's project.

September 1
Words & Stitches
Pieceful Thoughts of My Quilting Life
Elizabeth Coughlin Designs
Melva Loves Scraps
Cynthia's Creating Ark
Quilting Quietly
Ms P Designs USA
Quilt n Party

September 11
MooseStash Quilting
Vroomans Quilts
Marjorie's Busy Corner
Patchouli Moon Studio
DesertSky Quilting
Books, Hooks, Sticks, etc.
Clever Chameleon Quilting
Sew Many Yarns

September 12
Beaquilter
Days Filled With Joy
Freckled Fox Quiltery
Wont-To-Be-Quilter
Why-Knot-Kwilt
Creative Blonde
Adventurous Applique and Quilting
Quarter Inch Crafter
All Thingz Sewn
Sew Many Yarns


September 13
Creatin' in the Sticks
Quilt Doodle Designs
Quilting & Learning - What a Combo!
Domestic Felicity
Life in the Scrapatch
That Fabric Feeling
Just Because Quilts
Hazel’s Daughter

September 14
I Like To Quilt Blog
Selina Quilts
Benita Skinner’s Creative Space
Nettie Sews and Lucky Quilts
Bumbleberry Style
Quilt Fabrication
Sew Golden A Chance
Just Let Me Quit


My house blocks are made in two sections, the roof is a flying geese block and the house is the house with a rectangle sewn on each side. Then you sew the two halves together to complete. Really simple.

Here is what my project looks like.
Thank you for visiting today and I hope you enjoy the blog hop, as much as we did creating the projects.
Until Next Time
Keep Stitching
Cynthia

36 comments:

Suze said...

I adore your project. I'm glad you explained how you made your house. Sometimes we quilters overthink a project and just have to make something difficult out of something that can be simple. That's a very clever house. I love house quilts and I like the other blocks that you used with it. Thanks for participating in the hop.

Carol Andrews said...

Thank you for the sweet Quilt ideas. The bright sunny quilt is so cheerful and welcoming. Row quilts are such a fun way to be creative. Thanks for being part of the hop and another interesting read.

Velda at the Freckled Fox Quiltery said...

I am always planning a row house in my mind. I love yours and will definitely use some of your ideas.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Yes...very nice, scrappy is fun

Elizabeth Coughlin said...

I love your simple houses, and the rest of your quilt too!

Carol said...

What a cool way to use scraps! I like your houses and the other rows you used between. I've not made a house quilt yet, but I like your idea. Thanks for sharing!

Carol S. said...

Oh my gosh, your quilt is so cute! I love how you used scraps and added different rows between those sweet houses. Love it! Thanks for hopping with us, Cynthia. :O)

piecefulwendy said...

An easy way to make some simple little houses! Great idea!

Patricia said...

Bright and pretty!

Mary Pat Callihan said...

Hello scrappy friend! We were of the same mind! I love the way you used rows of other blocks inserted in with the house blocks. I think it lets your eye see the houses more. Scrappy sisters unite!

Daryl @ Patchouli Moon Studio said...

Great scrappy quilt.

Maria said...

Your houses look great in your scrappy Row by Row quilt....

Sherry said...

I think that scrappy projects are my favorite. I love how your little quilt came together. So bright and cheerful!

Susan said...

Great scrappy row quilt!

Danette Stankovich said...

You can't go wrong with house blocks and bowtie blocks! And scrappiness is always great, too!

Bente-I like to QuiltBlog said...

Funny scrappy project - I like it and your houses too!

Benita Skinner said...

Such fun scrappy houses, Cynthia! <3

tink's mom said...

Love the happy bright look of your neighborhood. Wonderful use of scraps.

Scrapatches said...

Lovely scrappy house quilt. Thanks for sharing in the hop ... :) Pat

Carla said...

I love all the different blocks in your quilt, Cynthia, but especially those houses. Great project!

Cindy Staub said...

I just love scrappy quilts, your's turned out great. Love it!

Susan-Sharon Passmore said...

What a sweet little project! Very pretty & colorful- thanks for sharing!

Kay Holm said...

Fun scrappy quilt. Thanks for the ideas. I often don’t think about row patterns.

anna brown said...

Wow great way to use up scraps tytyty for the idea... happyness04431@yahoo.com

OhioLori said...

Thank you for sharing how you made your house..so cool!! Great use of scraps...my favorite thing to do!! :)

Susan Quisenberry said...

I love houses and made a mini house wall hanging several months ago for an exchange. I plan to make my own mini wall hanging as my partner didn't finish the exchange. Love all these house ideas.

The Quilted Dog said...

Love ve your scrappy house quilt!

Calicojoan said...

That's pure scrappy goodness to me. I just love it!

LJ said...

Great job, Cynthia. Houses and rows are perfect together.

Charlene McCain said...

Your quilt is adorable! Perfect for using up scraps. Thank you for sharing how you made your house block. I love quick and easy.

Sherry said...

Your quilt is so cute and fun. I love your houses and bowties are favorites of mine.

Thank you for sharing.

BarefootThunder said...

Wonderful little houses, thanks for joining the hop, and sharing your design.

Dione Gardner-Stephen said...

Adorable scrappy house project Cynthia.

Joy from Days Filled With Joy said...

I love scrappy quilts! Now I need to do a scrappy house one too :) Thanks for sharing! xx

bdieges said...

What a cute but simple row!

T S-J said...

I really enjoyed looking at your quilts and patterns! Great ideas. I love your happy place pattern, especially.