Just Too Tweet Blocks


Here are blocks 2, 3, and 4.  Note that they are not very different from the original pattern.  Note that block 2 has just a single rectangle, and block 4 has a different roof with 2 triangles sewn together to form the roof.  Since I was running out of time before going to work today, I have not added the bottom poles yet.  I plan to do that this evening and will post more pictures then.  I tried the  2 story birdhouses but didn’t like how they turned out and so did not take pictures. 

I did not use any yardage at all for these blocks.  I have a good sized bin full of half square triangles, some sewn together, but for the most part, singles.  I used bits and scraps for the house and for the background.  If the triangle was too big, I just cut it down to size and added even more back to my bin!  Same with the bits and pieces.  I used a lot, but yet my bin runneth over still.  Amazing!  I hope you had fun playing with different colors and patterns and sizes.  I hope to see pictures of your creations soon!

About cozyquilts

Hello and welcome to my website. My name is Donna. My hubby is retired and I am still working from home. I have twin daughters and am blessed with 4 grandchildren. We are owned by 4 cats that love to supervise and are very nosy. I have been quilting since 1996. In addition to making quilts for my family and friends, I also make charity quilts for Marjoree Mason Center and Valley Children's Hospital. Marjoree Mason Center is a local organization here that helps and supports battered and abused women and children get out of abusive relationships. Every Christmas I make several baby quilts for the women, along with a small stuffed animal. Valley Children's Hospital is a new venture for me that just started this year. Every month or so I drop off a couple of quilts along with a small toy, for the children. I use a lot of bright, fun fabrics to help cheer them up. I do special order quilts but please be advised in advance as I work full-time in addition to quilting, I only do a few during the year. Also, it may take up to 6 months to a year to completely finish a quilt as my sewing time is limited. I only do applique or patchwork and will incorporate machine embroidery into my patterns, when requested. Thank you for visiting and I hope to see you and friends again soon.
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