Because the pattern is a house block, I decided to deviate a little bit from the blog hop. (I'm hoping the hosts will forgive me since it's for a good cause.) You may have heard in the news back in January that a gunman made an attack on a Quebec City (Canada) mosque. The Montreal Modern Quilt Guild put out a call for house blocks to make quilts for each of the families of the victims. You can read about it here.
So my block is not quilted, and I downsized it to 12.5 inches.
I had a little trouble modifying the size of the block (rushing does not pay), so instead of "making" a quilt block to hang on the clothesline, I used a fabric that reminded me of a quilt.
I also had another house block from an improv workshop I took, and both blocks are now on their way to Montreal to be sewn into a quilt.
There are many bloggers playing along with the blog hop. I encourage you to go and visit. And if you have time, consider sending a block to the Montreal Modern Quilt Guild.
Jen Rosin A Dream and a Stitch
Kate Heads at Smiles From Kate
Jennifer Fulton at Inquiring Quilter
Karen Thurn at Tu-Na Quilts, Travels and Eats
Melva Nolan at Melva Loves Scraps
Vicki at Vicki's Crafts & Quilting
Julie Stocker at Pink Doxies
Diann at Little Penguin Quilts
Jayne at Twiggy & Opal
Susan Arnold at Quilt Fabrication
Leanne Milsom at Lizzie the Quilter
Sandra Walker at Mmm! Quilts!
Janice Holton at Color Creating & Quilting
Sola at Alice Samuels Quilt Co
Jennifer Strauser at Dizzy Quilter
Amy Gerlich at Amy Scrap Spot
Sharon Denney Parcel at Yellow Cat Quilt Designs
Tami at Sew Much for Free Time
Suzy Webster at Adventurous Applique & Quilting
Tish Stemple at Tish's Adventures in Wonderland
Susan Gordon at Sevenoaks Street Quilts
Anne Boundy at Said With Love
Mary Marcotte at Fleur de Lis Quilts