Soma of Whims and Fancies is hosting the "Trunk Full of Quilts 2016" and I've decided to collect up all my quilts featuring houses to show - not that they would fill a very big trunk as the largest of them is only 27" x 34".
Below is the most recent which features my house and all my husband's sheds. You can read about it in a previous post here.
Then in chronological order starting with the oldest and smallest first, this is "Wash-day at the Nook"
I was rather keen on lines of washing in my quilts because at one time it seemed that all my friends were getting tumble dryers - well, it does rain a lot here in Cornwall. I love to see washing blowing dry on a line.
This one is called "Sew a Row to Grow a Quilt". The houses and trees are foundation pieced.
The final and largest quilt shows some of the things that I love about living where I do. It was a challenge to sew the crazy patchwork border - much more difficult than keeping everything nice and straight and tidy!
Do go along to Whims and Fancies to see the other Trunk Fulls on display - Anita x