Monday, 12 August 2013

Wonky neighbours

Wonky neighbours - we ALL have them!  I have quite a few now, with thanks to the best blog followers a girl can have!  Check out the latest houses to pop up in my village, sent from Indonesia!!!


Thank you Deborah - these three houses are incredible! For the blue house with red roof she used a paper pieced pattern from www.forestquilting.com who has loads of free foundation paper piecing patterns.  I will be making some of those for sure!

And here is my village so far, made up of 14 trees and 15 houses and covers my 24"x36" cutting mat:


If you would like to build a house (or tree) to go in to my wonky community, please let me know and I will send you my snail mail address. Everyone who sends something in will be entered into a giveaway draw (and there will be more then one winner - I went to the Festival of Quilts two days ago and purchased a few prizes - just sayin').  Here is my original post with more information: Wanna help me make wonky?

Happy wonky sewing (wonky is the best!!)!!

10 comments:

gilly said...

Oh how fab it's going to be! I've literally just sent you an email - have posted my little wonky house to you today. I was at the Festival of Quilts too - wasn't it fab?
xx

DeborahGun said...

Its going to be a fantastic quilt Amy - loving the look so far :-)

tubakk said...

It's going to be fantastic. I feel like I will make another house for this quilt. Hope it's not too late.

Sarah said...

These are lovely! I have a suspicion I might be the wonky neighbour in our street!

Indianna said...

I've made you 2 trees....and a house.....just about to finish the other one.

Erin @ Missy Mac Creations said...

Ahh they are looking great together! Ok, you've talked me into it. ;)

Charlotte said...

eeep - so cute!!!

HillyFilly said...

Darn... I missed you at FoQ... I was working on a stand so that did keep me from spending too much... Your House is on my list.... they are looking great so far... x

quokkaquilts said...

ooh, from Indonesia? Who is there? It looks great!

Heidi said...

How exciting to see your village grow! This will be such a fun one to assemble!