Home Sweet Home Quilt Along
- Block 1 - My Home
- Block 2 - Lapacek's Orchard
- Block 3 - House by the Bay
- Block 4 - My Tilted House
- Block 5 - Two Trees
- Block 6 - Tree of Life
- Block 7 - Under the Moreton Bay Fig
- Block 8 - A Wonky Modern House
- Block 9 - Scrappy Trees
- Block 10 - A Home for the Birds
- Block 11 - The Happy Tree
- Block 12 - the little house
- Block 13 - Three Trees
- Block 14 - Under the Apple Tree
- Block 15 - A Home for Hoot
- Block 16 - Branch Sweet Branch
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- BONUS - Acid Cottage
- BONUS - Marcia's Crazee Patch House
- BONUS Block - Rippling Pond
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I went over where I learned about English Paper Piecing on my post for the Hexagon Forest Sashing Tutorial. These are even easier since you don’t even sew the hexagons together!
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1 – 12.5” x 3.5” Strip
3 – 3.5” squares of coordinating fabrics (I used one that was a scrap of a pieced block)
3 – 2” x 1” ‘trunks’ that will be fused to your main fabric (I put the fusible on my fabric before I cut it – seems to be easier).
3 – 1.25” Hexagon Templates
Here you can see my 3 templates and my 3 scraps of fabrics. I used Amy’s Instructions to created three hexagons.
I starched and iron my hexagons really well before I snipped my basting stitches and pulled out the template.
Before I fused the trunk pieces on I placed all my pieces on the strip to make sure the trees looked nice. Then, I fused the trunks. Using a bit of washable stick glue I tentatively glued the hexagons in place. Once they were placed down, I did a blanket stitched around them to hold them in place.
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