Cute patchwork house blocks make a fun addition to any quilt. This week I share how to make simple four patch house quilt blocks. Combining two basic quilt units, the four patch and a flying geese this block goes together quickly and easily. So you could have a whole village in no time.
You could mix it up and make a bunch of other houses. My It Takes a Village pattern give instructions on various roof tops and houses so you can mix and match to make a variety of houses.
When I created Northwest Plan B I used orphan blocks to create various trees and houses. So in place of a four patch you could use another block as the base of your house. I enjoy seeing sampler quilts that have done this. Having each house have a different block at it’s base. Cory Yoder’s Friendly Neighbor is an example of this.
Enjoy the four patch house quilt block tutorial to get your started.
Then have fun experimenting with your own house blocks. Make sure to share what you create with me. You can email a photo to me. Tag me on Instagram @emsscrapbag. Or let everyone see it on the group Facebook page. Remember to answer the questions when you request to join. This ensures that everyone in the group is real and not a bot.
Sew cute! Such a creative idea. Thank you for sharing!