10.25.2011

Home for the Holidays

Home for the Holidays: free fabric house tutorial by Retro Mama


I know. It's not even Halloween yet and this is looking very Christmassy. What can I say, Christmas is my favorite holiday, and when we're all coming down from our candy buzzes in a few days, it will be time to kick into all-out holiday crafting mode, so why not get a head start?

Don't you love a cute house ornament? I made a little fabric house last year, but it bugged me that the door and embroidery disappeared into the bottom of the house (Exhibit A), so I changed the design to avoid that problem. These scrappy house ornaments don't take very long to make, and they do include a hanger, I just tucked them under for the photo above. I mentioned before that I was in the mood for a tutorial, well...here it is!

Fabric House Ornament Tutorial


Materials:

Pattern (click here to get pattern)
Quilting cotton scraps for house back, roof, window, and door
Fabric with numbers or fabric selvage for house number
Linen, linen/cotton blend, or cotton quilter’s linen for house front
Wool or wool-blend felt scraps for bird
10” length of ribbon, 3/8” to 1/2" wide (satin, grosgrain, velveteen, picot edge, twill tape, etc.)
Rick rack (1/2" wide), miniature pom pom, or other trim
Wonder Under fusible web (1/8 yard)
Sheer weight or lightweight fusible interfacing (1/8 yard)
All purpose thread
Embroidery thread
Button
Polyfill or other stuffing material

Tools:

Scissors, rotary cutter/quilting ruler/cutting mat (optional), sewing machine, iron/ironing board, pins, seam ripper, hand sewing needle, disappearing fabric ink, chopstick or turning tool

*Seam allowances are 1/4" unless otherwise noted, finished house is 4-1/2" tall, not including chimney.
*Always backstitch/backtack at the beginning and end of each seam.

Instructions:

HOUSE
1. Cut a piece of fusible interfacing slightly larger than the house pattern piece. Fuse the interfacing to the wrong side of the linen with a hot iron according to package instructions. Press with iron on the linen side until the interfacing is completely fused. Use a ruler and rotary cutter to cut around the house pattern.

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


retro mama: fabric house tutorial


2. Draw the cutouts at the bottom of the house with disappearing fabric ink (the cutouts are 1/2" x 1/2"). Cut on the lines with scissors. Cut another house from quilting cotton (there is no need for interfacing for the cotton house).

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


ROOF
1. Place a length of rick rack or pom pom trim on the linen house fabric, indicated on the pattern with a dotted stitch line. Center the trim over the line. I find it helpful to draw a line with a fabric pen 1-3/4" from the top of the house (the solid line on the roof of the house pattern). The top of your medium sized rick rack should meet this line, as well as the roof fabric when you place it over the rick rack (see Step 2). Mini pom pom is a little narrower than rick rack, and so sits a little lower than 1-3/4".

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


2. Place the roof fabric on top of the trim, right sides together, with the edge of the fabric 1/4” above the stitch line. Sew a 1/4” seam along the stitch line.

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


3. Fold the roof fabric up. If you use rick rack, go ahead and iron the fabric. If you are using pom pom trim or other synthetic trim DO NOT PRESS WITH IRON!!! Pom pom trim melts very easily. Finger press the fabric only.

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


4. Turn the house over, and trim the roof fabric to match the outline of the house.

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


5. Turn the house back over and machine baste the roof fabric in place, very close to the edge of the house.

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


DOOR, WINDOW, & HOUSE NUMBER
1. Cut a piece of Wonder Under slightly larger than the appliqué piece.

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


2. Adhere the Wonder Under to the wrong side of the appliqué fabric with an iron (bumpy side of Wonder Under to wrong side of fabric). Let cool. Lift up an edge of the paper backing to loosen it from fabric.

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


3. Cut out the piece of fabric that is fused to the Wonder Under.

4. Remove the paper backing from the fabric. Place the pattern piece on the sticky side of the fabric and cut around it.

5. Remove the pattern and iron the appliqué in place on the front of the house. Do this for the window, door, and house number, using the pattern as a guide for placement. DO NOT decorate your house below the line marked on the pattern, and remember to keep the iron away from any heat-sensitive trims!

5. Using a straight stitch on your machine, sew around the outside edge of the appliqué, just off the fabric edge. Sew a second line just on the inside of the fabric edge. For the door, I used thread that matched the door on the inside of the fabric, black on the outside. For the window, I used black thread only. I sewed pretty fast, not aiming for a super straight line, I like the hand drawn look of wobbly lines. For the house number, I only sewed one seam, on the inside of the fabric edge.

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


BIRD
1. Cut a bird from felt and place it on the house. Sew in place by machine with matching thread, just on the inside edge of the felt.

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


2. Divide the embroidery floss and use three strands for the bird. Hand embroider beak, feet, and wing with backstitches.

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


retro mama: fabric house tutorial


3. Make a French knot eye.

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


retro mama: fabric house tutorial


retro mama: fabric house tutorial


BUTTON DOORKNOB
1. Add the button last so you don't have to worry about bumping into it while sewing the birdie or other appliqués.

CHIMNEY & HANGER
1. Fold chimney fabric in half. Sew across the top and down the side with the raw edges.

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


2. Trim corner and seam allowances.

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


3. Turn right side out and press.

4. Place chimney upside down where indicated on the pattern, right sides together. Sew in place very close to the edge of the fabric. Fold ribbon hanger in half, place on the top and center of the roof and sew in place very close to the edge.

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


5. Alternate method: you may press under the top and side edges of the chimney fabric 1/4", right sides facing out, and hand sew the chimney closed with a ladder/blind stitch before attaching to house.

FINISH
1. Place the front and back of your house right sides together and pin. Make sure your ribbon will not get sewn into the seams. Sew around the bottom, sides and top of the house, leaving a 1-1/2” turning hole on one side. DO NOT sew the notched cutouts yet.

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


2. Reach inside the house to pull open the cutout on one side. Flatten it so the seams match up, and the seam allowances go in opposite directions. Sew across this short straight edge with a 1/4” seam allowance. Repeat for other side. Make sure the seam allowance on the bottom of the house is folded the same direction on both sides.

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


retro mama: fabric house tutorial


retro mama: fabric house tutorial


3. Turn the house right side out, stuff, and close the turning hole with a ladder stitch.

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


4. You're finished! Hang your ornament on a tree, doorknob, wall or stocking hook.

retro mama: fabric house tutorial


Happy homemaking!
Kim

P.S. The number fabric is Annie's Farm Stand Seed Catalog from Lakehouse. It has lots of different numbers in several fonts and sizes, perfect if you're going to make a bunch of these.

P.P.S. For those of you who don't sew, I will be adding the house ornaments to my shop soon! All the ornaments are on their way to new homes, thanks so much!

P.P.P.S. Don't forget that I am having a sale this week, just enter the code CELEBRATE during checkout at my Etsy shop for 20% off your order. The patterns in my sidebar are already discounted. The sale goes through Wednesday, 10/26. Sale has ended, thanks!

UPDATE: just editing my sale and shop info, so as not to be confusing :)

161 comments:

Светлана said...

Ой какие домики!!!!Super!!!

Connie the crafterbug said...

Wow, I cannot even begin to tell you how adorable these little ornaments are!
Connie

Anna said...

these are so sweet kim, so perfect for using scraps that you just can't part with!

H is for Home said...

Thanks for sharing, Kim - I'll be making some of these! x

Lila Lime said...

Wauw!! Thank you SO much, I love it.

Maureen Cracknell Handmade said...

So, so adorable!!!

Jacey said...

Well, this is about the cutest thing ever. I'm definitely going to give this a try!

Little Bluebell (Adrianne) said...

These are so cute!! Thanks so much for the tutorial. Bookmarking for post candy merry making. :)

Flying Blind... said...

Super cute!

Jennifer @ Ellison Lane Quilts said...

Really cute! Thanks for the tutorial. found you on Pinterest.

Kim said...

Thanks, everyone! Oh, don't you just love love love Pinterest?

jen duncan said...

Really cute :-)

sjoe said...

ohhhh, love that little houses! thank you very much for sharing the tutorial, I think, I'll try to sew at least one =)

Vintage Mum said...

these are super cute! I may have to put them on my Xmas To Do list :D Thanks so much for sharing

Graciela said...

Ohhhhhhhhhhh I love this houses thanks for sharing!!
♥kisses from Argentina

Quilted Cupcake said...

Love, love love this. Can't wait to try it. Great tutorial -already on my pinterest board!

Gingermelon said...

These are just so sweet! Thanks so much for sharing:)
~Shelly
http://www.gingermelondolls.blogspot.com/

Patchwork and Play said...

Oooh!!! SO cute! And I definitely making one (at least) of these!

Helen L said...

Tooo cute!!! I'm signing up to become a stalker: oops, I mean follower :-)

GerryART said...

These are soooo stinkin' cute!

They are making me so happy just looking at them. Think of what it would be like if I were holding one. ******dreaming *******

hugs

Lorraine said...

Love these cuties !!

Cary said...

These are so cute!

Kimberly said...

Dang. Something else I have to make! Thanks a bunch for sharing!

manifattive said...

bellissima.... grazie 1000
ciao Stefania

Jenny said...

thank you a squillion times over. i love this project!

elnorac said...

Thanks for the wonderful tute! You so rock... Those houses are darling!

Jenny said...

side note...i am in Fort Wayne...Id love it if we were neighbors!?

ginger freckle said...

This is the first time I've liked a handmade holiday ornament. Lovey-love-love! I'll add this on my list of to-dos! Thanks for the great tute!

MJ said...

Love these! Am your newest follower :) Now I just have to find the time and patience to make these ;)

Аня-Крокозяблик said...

very, very nice!

ElbosquedeSara said...

mmmmm thanks for this tutorial!! I love it!! Kisses

Hey Mickey said...

Gorgeous! Now to see if a non sewer like me can recreate the same gorgeousness?

HollyM said...

These are so cute! What a pile of work you put into the tutorial!

Helen L said...

thanks for the great tutorial for the cute little houses!! They are adoreable!!

SANDRA said...

Hi Kim!
I love these little houses.
Wonderful work.
Thanks for the tutorial.
Hugs and Kisses,
Sandra

annemarie said...

Thanks for the wonderful tutorial.

Lilach Oren said...

SO cute!!!! thank you for a great tutorial

Faniquito said...

Hi Kim !!!

I love this little houses. Thanks for the tutorial.

Kisses

Ana

Sophie said...

Thank you ! I love it !!
Merci beaucoup pour ce tuto ♥♥

Claudia said...

Thanks a million - this is so cute! So so cute! Greetings from Germany

~Isabel said...

love.

I am new to sewing, so i hope that this isn't over my head...but i am so in love with these little houses!

Thank you for the tutorial!

aimee said...

Super super cute thanks for sharing great tutorial xxx

Sophie said...

Done !
I made one yesterday, I love it ! (Tomorow on my blog : http://sophiebonheur.canalblog.com)
Thanks a lot one more time !

C'est fait !
J'en ai fait une hier, j'adore !!

Mom Taxi Julie said...

Totally adorable!

Tasha said...

These are just adorable! I will be featuring them in a post on Tuesday. I hope you do not mind. I am sharing one picture and a link directly back to this post. Thank you for this fabulous tutorial!

quirky granola girl said...

these are fantastic! thanks for sharing a tutorial.

ayumills said...

waaaaay too adorable!

Amanda said...

Oh my goodness! These are just so cute, thanks for sharing

Desi said...

Wonderful little houses!
Thanks for sharing!

Vanessa Goertzen said...

So cute. I love love love your style!

Vanessa
Lella Boutique
http://lellaboutique.blogspot.com

Little Green Doll said...

Wow! Thanks for this tutorial!! These little houses are really cute!! :)

José said...

Too cute! Thanks!

Mariken said...

Super tutorial! Thanks

Sew Bee It Clothier said...

SEW beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

Nähmeise said...

Thanks for the tutorial. This is soo great, I'll try it!

Dorothee-Maria Lotufo said...

Oh MY.
This is too gorgeous.
I just can't stand it!!!
Really, I LOVE it soooo much!!!
I LOVE houses, I LOVE birdies, and your ornaments drive me crazy with all their adorableness!!!
Thank you so so so very much for sharing this fantastic tutorial!
(I fell in love with you a bit...)
♥!!!!

Marieta said...

ohhh thank you
Great tutorial¡¡
xxoo
marieta

Dani said...

lindas as casinhas amei
bjinhossssss!!!!!!!!!

Twiggy said...

Wow I have just popped over from Craft Gossip. Thank you so much for this lovely tutorial. I have now become a follower of your blog, it is so pretty and inspirational.
twiggy x

Samelia's Mum said...

Love, love, LOVE! I've just discovered your blog through craftgossip. Looking forward to having a look around.

Banuca said...

Lovvve these sweet homes, I took to my sewing list :)

michelle said...

I'm a pretty inexperienced appliquer, so please forgive me if this seems silly, but I have one question...why do you put iron-on on the whole house back? Is it just to stiffen the fabric?

Kim said...

Hi Michelle, thanks for your question! The interfacing does a couple of things: it adds some stability to the fabric for the embroidery and applique, and because linen tends to be a bit “wobbly” (it shifts and warps when you cut and sew with it), I find it easier to work with when it has interfacing on the back. Also, because linens have a looser weave, the interfacing adds some structure and helps keep the linen from getting too lumpy and losing its shape when you stuff the house. Hope that helps!

Patricia said...

Hoy descubri tu blog, me encanto esta casita te mando un beso enorme. PATRICIA DE RIO GRANDE, T. DEL FUEGO ARGENTINA

Anna said...

Love this! I made one and linked up. Thanks for a fabulous tutorial!!

Anna
Yards and Yards

http://yardsandyards.blogspot.com/2011/11/make-yourself-at-home.html

Kate said...

This is adorable and your instructions are excellent! Thank you. I've just finished making one and love it although it's not nearly as cute as yours ... I'm hoping practice will make perfect.

katiebug92 said...

I love this! I featured it on my blog, here: http://punkprojects.blogspot.com/2011/11/make-it-monday.html

Ana @ Don't Fear the Ripper said...

These are super cute! I'm thinking that if you enlarge the pattern you can make a lovely pillow!

Your Creative Friends at the Calico House said...

Awesome. We posted this on our face book. Hopefully you will get some great feedback. I cant wait to make some. thank you for sharing.

Kim said...

Thanks so much, Katie and Calico house!

Marilou of Lulu's Lovlies and Heartful Creations said...

Very cute, nice tutorial! Thanks for sharing!

hjs said...

WOW! love your little houses and thanks so much for sharing the tutorial. your fabrics are great and really make the house.

Sophie - The Joy of Farming said...

LOVE! Thank you for this great tutorial!

Sewandthecity said...

Thank you for the great tutorial! The houses are just adorable and i will be making a mini version as a key ring for Christmas for my mum!

Margaret said...

So, so gorgeous. I love everything about these little houses. Thank you for a great tutorial... I think I will be making some of these tonight.

Vintage Duygular said...

how cute !

Regina said...

These little house are so beautiful, Kim. I hope you don't mind I posted them in my blog. If you want to see, here's the link
http://catarinaregina.blogspot.com/2011/10/retalinhos.html

elunay@gmail.com said...

muchas gracias¡¡¡¡¡

Tip Butler said...

These are gorgeous! I've taken the liberty of adding a link to your tutorial in my advent calendar blog widget, here: http://freeadventcalendar.blogspot.com/2011/12/w-i-n-d-o-w-o-n-e-scrappy-house.html. Hope you approve x

Di @ Willowbeck Designs said...

This is a delight to make and the tutorial is so clear to follow. Thanks so much.

Roxi said...

Hola Kim, bellisimo tu blo!!! ya te sigo, me gustó mucho esta casita!! yo también amo la navidad!! besos desde Argentina

zwergenzwirn said...

Thank you for the lovely house and the tutorial! In fact, I made it into an Advent calendar for my three-year-old, and she's loving it. If you want to see it: http://retro-mama.blogspot.com/2011/10/home-for-holidays.html
Thanks againe,
SAbine

lisaplus6 said...

Do you have any more of these??? I wish I had seen these sooner? Our home went into foreclosure this year and somehow God saved it for us and I would love to gift each of my children one of these as a reminder of God's promises, but at 9 months pregnant I do not think I would have the motivation :( please e-mail me at wilkinson6282@roadrunner.com if you have any!

SA Events said...

You should really sell these...I checked your etsy shop but saw nothing there. I would buy 9 just as you have in the picture, They are gorgeous!!!

rashida said...

Okay, I am DYING over these! Look how cute they are! ^_^ Love.

the blue rabbit house said...

I absolutely love these! And so well explained, thank you for sharing!

Annie said...

I just found your adorable little houses on the OnePrettyThing Blog http://www.oneprettything.com/ They're just so, so sweet!

createdbyjess said...

These are adorable! I love the wood grain fabric door and all the little birds!

Elegantpaws said...

These are adorable, thank you for the lovely tutorial you're very generous with your time and knowledge. :)

elnorac said...

Absolutely love these! After making a teensy house (to use as a lavender sachet) on my own, struggling all the way and gnashing my teeth when the bottom of the door turned under, I've now printed your pattern and instructions and am going to give it another go.

Thanks for sharing your talents!

Fatamadrina said...

Wow! So,so cute! I love these little houses, I'll try one! Thanks 4 the tutorial! I invite you to visit my blog and, if you want, you could be my follower, I'll be so glad :-) http://incantodifata.blogspot.com/
Happy new year 2012,
By Annalisa from Italy

Сузана Илић said...

Truly amazing! Thank you for tutorial!
Suzana

Dasha ♥ said...

So adorable!!!

SewDanish-Scandinavian Textile Art, Unique Handmade Supplies said...

Totally sweet. Great tutorial. Well done! Birgitte

Nienke said...

I love this tutorial so much that I was crazy enough to make 5 houses!! haha :). I blogged about it and linked to your tutorial :)
http://neenkster.com/2012/01/little-fabric-houses-for-oma/

Sandi said...

What a great tutorial and an adorable house. I love it! Thank you!

gataarteirabycris.blogspot.com said...

lovely pattern,thank,perfect!! bjo
hermela cris

marie said...

Wonderful tutorial! Thanks so much for sharing. I "pinned" this so I can trythem myself.

Натусик said...

домики чудесные! спасибо за МК!

Hope said...

Thanks so much for the wonderful, cute little house tutorial. I've just made one and it was so much fun. :)

vania160570 said...

meu Deus cada coisa espetacular q trabalho maravilhoso!!!!!!!!!!! A casinha é linda, a coruja é a cara da minha irmã, encantadora ...to apaixonada.

Splendid Little Stars said...

so cute!

Людмила said...

Thank you very much! great idea and great design!!

Sandy said...

Thanks for tutorial! These are so cut!

Süßstoff said...

These are so adorable! I already made three during the last two days. I think they are perfect for spring!

Artisan Jewelry said...

Thank you so much for sharing this tutorial!! I love so much your job, is excellent!!!

My best wishes,

Sophie said...

And another cute house... for Easter this time http://sophiebonheur.canalblog.com/archives/2012/03/21/23821646.html
thanks a lot ♥♥♥

Białe Grochy said...

This is just adorable, hope I'll make it to X-mas! ;)))

Soraia Melo said...

Thank you for share...I made one and I'm in love.
I put a link back to your blog, hope you don't mind.
thanks again :)

Nini Petits Boutis said...

Merci beaucoup pour ce gentil tuto que j'ai fait avec grand plaisir.
Je vous mets sur mon blog en France.
Bisous

DAISY said...

PRECIOSASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

vanda said...

grazie sono bellissime e deliziosi i colori un bacio Vanda

miriam1763 said...

grazie per le meravigliose creazioni che fai...sicuramente diventerà uno dei miei siti preferiti ....
miriam

miriam1763 said...

sei bravissima ...grazie del tutorial

un bacine
miriam

joma said...

ola, conheci seu blog e adorei seus trabalhos são lindos, obrigada por compartilhar os paps, já estou te seguindo e a convido para conhecer meu blog e se tornar minha seguidora, abraços

ricobel said...

wow these are really lovely!

KAYLEE said...

These little houses are so cute Kim and I would love to make some however I cannot see the pattern anywhere, please let me know where I can download the pattern pieces. Thankyou

Deniz Atay said...

is it early if i start sewing? :D i want a whole lot, maybe give as small gifts or better yet instead of gift tags.. god i usually feel christmassy earlier than most but this year it is outrageous! :P

decodeniquo.blogspot.com

Craft and Decorate said...

I wanna show you something: http://www.altincicadde.com/kampanya/nihalce-10010
This so called brand sells plush homes exactly the same designs as you did here. I believe a design showed/shared should only be used as a reference. And selling it & making profit from it? Unacceptable for me.
I'm just informing you...

Ana Lopes said...

Hi Kim,
I have a big passion for little houses and those are really adorable!!!Thank you so much for sharing this amazing tutorial. I love your blog, your Greta doll are so sweet. I'm your new follower.
Have a look at my blog I’ll be so glad.

Hugs from Portugal

Ana Love Craft

www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

Artesanatos Loy - Flores de fitas em cetim said...

Adorei, parabéns

Смешная Жизнь :-) Funny Life said...

Thank you for the wonderful idea! I tried to make my 3 little houses too. You can see the result here in my blog
http://funny-life-blog.blogspot.com

federica said...

Your little houses are adorable! F.

Anna said...

Great work and thanks for the tut!

Linda Reynolds said...

Too cute

Pecora Nera said...

Sooo cute!!!!
Thank you:-)
Emanuela

Elianna said...

Nádherné :o)

thethimbleroom said...

Cute! Thanks for sharing.

MariaQuilter said...

So cuuuute! I'll link to my blog, if you don't mind. I will specify is yours not mine!!!!! Thanks for sharing!

natalia said...

Ohhhhh, Thank you so much, I do!

pamistyle said...

awesome!!! i´ll try!
thanks for the tutorial!
greetings from hamburg, germany
pami

amoredizia said...

Grazie per questo bellissimo tutorial!! Kiss from Italy

Marti Cooper said...

These are so cute! I have a craft blog and would love for you to make a guest post if you would like to be featured! :)

http://sew-licious.blogspot.com

Marti

McKate said...

Thankyou for taking the time to publish this tutorial. I really appreciate you doing this. I have just cut out some scraps ready to go. And thankyou too for answering me when I emailed you because I couldn't find the pattern on your site. I wish you peace and happiness. You have spread some joy, thankyou again.

. said...

Just found your blog a week ago, what a treat, love all the colours and inspiration... Im not good at sewing (painting is my thing) but I so have to give this a try and maybe even make a pillow for my daughter. Could also be something we could do together.

Love it!! Brilliant blog

mustakissa said...

Cute houses!

nykki said...

Love making these but not easy to turn. Any suggestions?

Kim said...

Is it possible to make the turning hole any larger? Perhaps take out a few stitches and see if that helps!

EstudiX2 said...

Thank you very much for this lovely tutorial! Hugs

gemma said...

These houses are so adorable! I have made a hair clip organizer inspired on them. I have linked you in my post!
Thank you so much for sharing this great tutorial!!

Kim said...

Gemma, your hair clip organizer is gorgeous! I've linked to it on my FB page :) Thank you!!

hafza said...

I've been admiring your little houses... Thank you so much for the tutorial!

Bente-I like to QuiltBlog said...

very cute, thank you for the tutorial,
so nice of you ☺

Patry said...

...Arrivo da ultima ...e spero che leggerai il mio commento!Il tutorial mi piace ,proverò a farlo.Posso citarti nel mio blog?Per ora GRAZIE!!!!!Sono tra i tuoi fans.Patry

Lis Martion said...

l LUV YOUR QUAINT SEWING THINGY'S...LOL THEY ARE ALL GORGEOUS...

Palak said...

Adorable is the only word for these ornaments! I think this would be the perfect gift for adult kids spending Christmas away from home! I just wanted to let you know I"m featureing this post on my frugal sewing site Sewistry next week-- Here's the link: http://sewistry.com/2013/11/free-sewing-pattern-home-holidays-christmas-ornament/ Thanks!

Lynn said...

can these be sold on a small scale w/mention of your tutorial? thanks! i love them-they make great gifts!

pasqueflower said...

ADORABLE! Thank you for the pattern and tutorial!

Kerrie Erb said...

I'm new to your blog...found you via She Can Sew!

LOVE LOVE LOVE these little houses...they are so adorable!
Thank you!!

I'm going to have a look around now :)

Kere

Jennifer Dawn Oliver Shelton said...

These are beyond adorable! LOVE!

Leslie said...

i just made a small batch of these little houses using your tutorial and they came out great. i love using scraps and this was perfect for that. seeing the combos come together was exciting. I see that you are ok with selling a product from one of your patterns, does this include your free tutorials? I would certainly credit you as the pattern maker.

Linda Hughes said...

Those are really cute! Shared your link on my face book page. These would make adorable pin cushions also I think.

rosa amalia Marchiano said...

gracias por compartir!! Preciosas!!

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Berna Monteagudo said...

Son hermosas. Gracias por compartir tu trabajo. They are beautiful, thanks for sharing your work.

thoughtfulcreations said...

I love these ornaments!
I have featured them today on my blog with a link back to you... www.thoughtfulcreations.wordpress.com
please come and check it out!

Happy Holidays!
-Allison

Snugglebug Blessings said...

I just discovered these sweet and adorable little houses and can't wait to make some. They will add some Spring punch with all their delightful colors this wintery season! God bless and thank you.

Cathy

Laurence W said...

Thanks for this great tutorial ! These houses are lovely!

Ann said...

Just so sweet! I love how you've used those scraps so perfectly for each house. And such a great tutorial - thanks so much for sharing. :)

nana said...

Thank you so much for sharing!!! I didn`t know what to do to help the Church`s Bazar and now I so happy looking for my fabrics!!!

Paula Vairinhos said...

Realy cute. I will make it ☺��