Wednesday, May 28, 2008

housing project continued

housing project

I'm still working on my Lazy Gal Summer class project. It has been fun creating these houses and exploring all the slightly different possibilities for house construction. I have made 19 houses so far, and have pulled fabric for six more. I think I will need more than six houses though. I have plans for making some thinner and taller ones.

house blueprints

11 comments:

John said...

This is turning out to be SO cute! Have you thought about sticking a little park or fountain or something in there, just to mix it up? I love your use of the greens. Wow, this will be stunning!

Jacquie said...

i guess the possibilities are endless. it's fun to see all the ways you have made each house unique. what a great project.

dot said...

This is just great. I really like what you are doing.

jmbmommy said...

I love tall houses...they are so quirky. I love that you are using all the dots...I am kind of in a dots phase myself. They look great!

Lazy Gal Tonya said...

fabulous. I LOVE these guys.

upstateLisa said...

Sarah, these houses are gorgeous!!!! OOOO! I want them!!!! Love the background color!!! How many are you going to make?

jillytacy said...

Wow I love your houses! This is great! By the way your house mini quilt from the swap was featured as eyecandy at All Sorts. http://allsorts.typepad.com/allsorts/2008/05/eye-candy.html
I recognized it right away. See everyone loves your houses!

lil said...

this is going to be very pretty

Jilly said...

This is great! I think it is so fun. It is turning out to be well co-ordinated but still each house is super original.

Kristen said...

All of the different greens are so fabulous! I can't wait to see the finished project.

Clare said...

I've been following your housing project on the Flickr group. Love the colours.

Tonya and I would like to invite you to join the Liberated Quilters ring. Go to http://liberatedquilters.blogspot.com and follow the links. Hope to see you there.

Sorry about posting this on your blog, but I can't see to find an email address for you.