The Wee Bee is rolling along - I'm super late with Elnora's block - and good grief, I am not a fan of being late for anything! Lovely Elnora has been very patient and not hurrying-us-along at all.
Elnora asked for a house block - around 8 inches, I think - with bright colours and a low volume background. I chose Kristy's Quilters' Cottage and reduced the size a little so it finished at around about the 8 1/2" mark.
I went for a whole lot of fussy cuts, and a mix of low volumes for the background. And I couldn't resist the Terra Australis kangaroos for the grass. It's a pretty busy-looking quilters' cottage - there's even a hexagon-quilt hanging on the line outside, though it's kind of hard to make it out amidst all the low-volume crazy!
Even though I was running very late, I really wanted to make Elnora a little house-pouch to send with her house-block. So I grabbed the Cotton+Steel and Liberty sitting on my cutting table (thank you Pink Castle, TQES and PolkaDotTeaFabrics), and added in a little Terra Australis for the chimney, and some hoarded blue Kei Kerchief girls.
For the back, I started with the gorgeous 'get a dog' from CeriGwen's awesome 'Good Intentions' design, then an American Jane 'E', and then a little more Liberty, Cotton+Steel, Amy's Risky Business glasses, some Yuwa, and Prints Charming paisley and rainbows from TQES that I pounced on very quickly when I was there earlier this week.
Inside the pouch are Terra Australis kangaroos and spinning sticks in 'ocean'.
The house-a-thon goodies are now on their way to Elnora at last!
Have a lovely weekend everyone. Vee and I are off to an indigo dye workshop tomorrow with Cath from Prints Charming! - we are so excited and will try and take a few pics. xoxo cat