Home Sweet Home – Happy Neighborhood Sashing Tutorial

Happy Neighborhood is basically the same as Suburbs but I’ll go through it anyways. 

For this sashing, I also used the house print from Suzy Ultman’s Appleville Collection for Robert Kaufman.  Any house with trees print fabric you have would work as long as they comfortably fit in the 3.5” x 12.5” sashing strip.

Cutting Instructions:

1 – 3.5” x 12.5” sashing strip


BEFORE you cut our your houses (3) and trees (2), iron on your preferred fusible to the back of your fabric (I’m a Heat ‘n’ Bond girl personally).  Once the fusible is on, THEN cut out your houses and trees(much easier than trying to add the fusible to the cut outs…)

00 010Arrange your houses and trees on your strip in a manner that is aesthetically pleasing to you.  Iron on your houses and trees.  If you used a light fusible be sure to add some appliqué stitches to hold those houses in place! 00 011 I love this one too!  And so simple!00 013Here is the Happy Neighborhood Sashing between “House on the Bay” and  “Under the Moreton Bay Fig” Blocks from the Home Sweet Home Quilt.   

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