Tuesday, April 13, 2010

House Party

Because we were in the car for a few hours I was able to prep a couple of house blocks to work on. The bluebird house on the left is new and the bottom right "Retro Metro" is almost done. Just a couple more purple flowers....or are they branches??? These have been a joy to work on!!


We were in a little town and this house was rising above all the others. It was cool and kind of reminded me of my house blocks.

Speaking of purple flowers...we saw this wonderful field on our way home. I'm pretty sure they are weeds but it looked too nice not to snap a photo.

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  1. That house looks a lot like your retro metro block. Who said those flowers are weeds? They're lovely. Keep enjoying your bright and funky houses.

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  2. I love the bluebird house block. That's my favorite so far! Lovely photos. Happy Stitching!

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  3. The old house is cool - so are your house blocks!

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  4. Those houses are adorable too too cute.

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  5. OMG that does look like your houses...how fun!

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  6. Those are some fun looking houses!

    Let's call them 'wildflowers' instead of weeds . . . . they are too pretty to look at to be undesirable *s*

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  7. Your houses look great! Oh, and in my opinion, if it blooms...it's a flower! I love the field of purple!

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  8. That house looks just like your cute houses - I love your houses. They are so cute - I wish I could pick a favorite. LOL

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  9. I love your little bluebird house - fun project!

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  10. very cute, I love purple. It all looks good.

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  11. What neat blocks I love houses and yours are so unique. What a neat house I bet it has a story to tell.

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  12. So cute and smile-inducing, those house blocks. No wonder you are having fun! The house in the pic does look like one of your blocks :)

    Big year for wildflowers--they showed pics on the news of the poppy fields out by Lancaster and they were amazing.

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  13. Very whimsical looking houses. I wouldn't mind some of those flowering trees or whatever they are. Unusual.

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  14. Lori your house block are so adorable. Can you share the pattern name please?

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  15. The house blocks just make me smile, I think the trees or flowers are just the best for the wonky blocks. I'd just love to have a look inside the real house.

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  16. I love your houses. Those blocks are so cute!

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  17. Wow! That house does look like your quilt blocks! It is a really cool old house!

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  18. What fun! They are darling, and the house does look like one of yours!

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  19. Well this was a lovely outing and oh golly gosh and gee!!! I am in love with the new house blocks you've got there but then to see that house you came upon during your journey - well that was just real exciting. How fun was that?! I mean. Thanks for sharing because that home put a smile on my face and made it feel like a House Party for darn sure. In real life. Kinda cosmic-trippy!

    No coincidences in life, love or inspiration... *karendianne.

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  20. That old house needs a pretty bluebird perched on it to brighten it up a bit. You house blocks are looking very happy and nicely done.

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  21. I love that house! So cool...I bet it is an original. Your blocks are wonderful, Lori.

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  22. Your house blocks are cute and the real house too...they go so well together!

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  23. I love big old houses and I love all your house blocks as well. Aren't thematic posts fun?

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