Wednesday, December 03, 2014

Houses, 3" and 6"

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I have had many nice feedbacks this autumn about the Tiny Shipshewana House foundation paper piecing pattern - thank you :-)
They are fun to make and you can easily combine the 3" houses with 6" houses.
I promised someone to share the 6" pattern earlier, but lately things has taken time, TTT :-)

I will share my files with you, both the 3" and the 6" houses.

3" -  HERE and HERE

6" -  HERE and HERE

I have draw this house myself, in EQ7

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You can make as many houses as you like and turn them into quilts or smaller things,  to keep, to give away or to sell, adjusting the size of the block if you so prefer,
BUT,
I will ask you kindly not to teach from my pattern and
not to copy it to your blog or website.
You are welcome to refer your friends to my blog to print their own pattern :-)
To get the block to print in the right size, make sure you un-check the Fit To Page option on your pdf print page.
If you make house blocks I will be so happy if you show me a photo :-)

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Have fun - enjoy Advent :-)

Hanne

9 comments:

Ondrea said...

Your houses are so cute. Love both sizes. I may get around to making some next year. I have so many things on my "to do" list. Hugs.

margaret said...

such pretty little houses. Today I plan to have a go at a very basic foundation paper piecing piece well I will try and have downloaded your patterns for when I master it, thanks so much for sharing them with us

Christine Barnsley said...

Beautiful little houses, thank you for sharing them! Happy Advent to you also!! :) x

2ne said...

Så flotte hus :-)
Ønsker deg en fin adventsstund.

Saija said...

I have just the same project, little houses! Your houses are pretty!

Rosa said...

Gracias por patrones de casas....

muis huismuis said...

Dankie vir die kleine huisies! Dit is pragtig!
Dalk kan ons in 2015 'n hele dorpie bou! :)

muis huismuis said...

Thank you for the lovely tine houses! It is soooo pretty!
Maybe in 2015 we can build a tiny village!

Marle said...

These are lovely! I have to try one. Or maybe more.