Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Shabby Roses "Home" blocks 5 & 6...

Yes, it is a day early for sharing these two blocks, but I have a good reason!
Mr E and I are off on a two day motorbike ride up north. Very soon it will be too hot and wet for long rides, so this will be our last road trip on the bike for a good few months.
But, on the bright side, we now have Luigi to take us out and about on road trips over the summer wet season.

Blocks 5 & 6 of Shabby Roses 'Home'...

If you need help preparing the applique house block, see my step by step tutorial HERE.

You can download these two blocks in one PDF file free from my Craftsy Shop HERE.

NOTE: Blocks 3 & 4 are no longer free. 
They are a $2 purchase to download, as are Blocks 1 & 2.

I will see you when I get back!
Hopefully, with some lovely pics...


  1. I can't believe it is already time for blocks 5 and 6. I haven't even started block 1 yet! Thank you Jenny.

  2. More gorgeous blocks. Have a safe trip

  3. I especially love the sweet button door knob!

  4. HAVE FUN!!!!! Thanks for offering us your beautiful work. Gorgeous, as usual!

  5. Wow 5 and 6 already....I really must get a wriggle on :) Thankyou Jenny for the great blocks - they look so pretty. Have a lovely couple of days up North. Take care xoxo

  6. Well I am behind did 1 & 2. But haven't gotten to 3 & 4 yet.. But thats ok I will get it done at some point....Becuase I love love love this project. Thank you Jenny. I hope you all have lots of fun and stay safe.

  7. Nearly done with 3&4 but so excited for 5&6. Thank you for another wonderful pattern.


  8. Thank you for the lovely blocks. Have a safe trip and enjoy your time together!! Sounds like fun!!!

    Hugs, Jan

  9. Another wonderful little rose-covered cottage! Thank you

  10. I spent this weekend in Clare SA with my boys and my great mate Ali and her kids.
    We had a lovely time and I came home with some gorgeous floral scraps to go with this BOM after Ali letting me go through her scrap box and taking what I wanted. Not as much sewing got done as I would have liked - but much time was spent sampling some lovely Clare Valley Wine, lots of laughs, a movie and watched my beloved Fremantle make it to the Grand Final! Go Dockers!


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