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Oct 2, 2013

House Haunters-BOW-Finale

Well, it's finally here, upon request.......Block #5!! This was by far the hardest block to do because I really was not up to the task.......kind of out of it but I do like how it turned out.

I did not place the shutters on this house.

Here is how I built the road, bush and eroding mountain for the house.

This is how things looked before I pressed everything to the black background fabric. I always use the non-stick pressing sheet when working with Steam-a-seam, Heat-n-Bond or any other adhesive.
All the house fabrics came from my stash which I'm very happy to say is very slowly shrinking....LOL
The other day I was surfing the net and came across a wonderful blog that I just have to share. On it was a recipe for sweet and sour meatballs. I thawed some ground meat out and went to work. Needless to say, the dinner was a smash with no leftover at all.
When you get a chance pop over and take a look at all the fantastic recipes.


Laura said...

Great house! I love the way you put it on a hill.

Regina said...

Thanks for the site link for the recipe! I have been intending to follow that blog for a while but it slipped my mind.

Needled Mom said...

I love the house! The eroding hillside is a perfect fit for it. Great idea.

Thanks for the link. Those meatballs look and sound great.

Kristie said...

Rhonda, your designs are excellent. I love your work.

Pat said...

That haunted house is terrific! The recipe site is nice. I only had a few minutes to look and didn't get to read the meatball recipe, but it looks as if the site has many wonderful recipes. Thanks for the link.

Guilitta said...

Thank you for this free pattern you shared. Did you bild the last two houses greater and the first 3 smaler as in the last photo or is it only a fotomontage?

Greeting Guilitta

Kwilt Krazy said...

Oh I love it! So spooky and thanks for the recipe too!


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