Thursday, July 24, 2014

Tiny Houses: Batik Series (finale)

I love how nicely batiks press so crisply...

...lines so clean and straight!

There!  Six more tiny houses completed for a total of 28 blocks.  Now, on to the next series...

~ ~ ~ ~ ~

Are YOU a no-reply blogger?   I try to reply to all comments but sometimes it's impossible because I get the "no-reply" blogger thing, meaning I can't email you back.... your email address is hidden.   *sigh*    So, here is how you find out if you are a "no-reply" blogger....

First clue: I don't send you an email replying to your comment.

To check to see if you really ARE a "no reply" blogger, first go to your Blogger dash board and click on your account name in the upper right corner.

Next, click on Blogger profile and you will see...

Now, click on Edit Profile and you will be taken to this page...

If "Show my email address" is NOT checked, check it!  Then, scroll all the way down the page until you see...

Click Save Profile and you're done!   Ta-dah!  

Now, if you... like me.... got caught in the Google+ change-over, it will take a few more steps to release you from that quagmire situation.  The lovely Venus from Venus Trapped in Mars has a fab post on getting back to your old Blogger settings HERE (link).

Hope this helps!  I do enjoy responding to all commenters... the folks I've met virtually via Blogger are THE BEST!


  1. I can't be a non reply cause I've gotten lots of replies... that's how I know - the easy nontech way.
    Love your little houses... Oh and I love batiks for that reason, too. They are a little harder to hand quilt, but since I am not hand quilting...
    They are hard to find in low density colors... I still love using them.

  2. The wee batik houses are fab. The colours are just gorgeous! :o)

  3. 28 blocks sounds like a lot. I'm looking forward to seeing the next series!

  4. Love the little batik houses. I agree, batiks press beautifully! I love them for foundation piecing! Just bought a bunch of batiks for a foundation pieced snowflake quilt I'm going to make--someday.
    Been away from blogs most of the past few weeks due to family needs and have missed your house creations. Would love to see them all together!