Block 4 is done just under the wire for February OMG. I wondered whether I would meet my goal. I was sidetracked with Gyleen Fitzgerald's QAL Pebbles, Bricks and Cobblestones. I had to set that project aside and get back to appliqueing my houses. I learned that I need to learn more about reverse applique. When I cut the fabric and laid another piece underneath and stitched, I apparently had problems with bias stretch because my windows were all cockeyed. Maybe starch would help. I will have to learn more. Thanks to Becky Goldsmith and Linda Jenkins for teaching me how to crease my edges before I stitch and to Liuxin Newman for teaching me how to applique the scant 1/8 of an inch for the lamp posts. I struggled with the globes for the lamp posts, but finally managed to get them stitched. I am so fond of houses. I hope the fabric I selected for the church looks like stained glass. On to Block 5.