Home And Hearth – For A Friend

House Paper Piecing Quilt Pattern

I made some wonderful friends since I started sewing last year.  I am very proud to be part of such a wonderful bunch over at Flickr.  One of these newfound friends is in need of some serious love.  I was amazed how quickly everyone jumped in to help, everything was organized with superb efficiency.  Everyone made at least one, some even made multiple blocks and a beautiful quilt made with lots of love will be sent to her.

This is the block I made for that quilt.  Embroidery is not my strong suit, so I stuck to one stitch I am fairly decent at and stitched her favorite – sunflowers in front of the home.

I am sharing this house quilt pattern with you today, it’s called Home and Hearth.  It is a super easy 12″ block, large enough to make even a standalone project.  There is an drawing of the house on the last page of the pattern for you to to doodle on if you want to embroider on the finished block.  I hope it will serve to lighten the heart of someone close to you.

Download Home And Hearth on Craftsy

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Have a wonderful weekend everyone!

4 Responses to Home And Hearth – For A Friend

  1. Janine says:

    This is a lovely block. I really like your embroidery. I think making blocks is a wonderful way to support your flickr friend :)

  2. Amy DeCesare says:

    What??? You started sewing a YEAR ago??? You are a genius, and you’ve found your calling! Thanks so very much for this sweet home pattern. I’m going to make a pillow from it…hopefully sometime in the near future. It is reaching out to my heart.

    • Soma Acharya says:

      Thanks, Amy! I love designing and sewing the blocks a lot. I am glad you liked this one, enjoy making the pillow.

      Have a lovely weekend!

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