Before I finished this block I thought I'd post pictures of the way I prep my blocks when doing fusible.
This picture is of the 4 remaining blocks all drawn on the fusible - the first step. I've drawn whatever pieces would fit within the outline of the house base and those that wouldn't fit are placed in a baggie marked with the block number.
The picture below is of the second step that I do - cutting out the centers of the larger pieces so that the fabric won't feel stiff on the finished quilt. I do that as I'm ready to work on a block and before I fuse them to the fabric.
The next picture is of the 3 remaining blocks - centers haven't been cut out of the larger pieces for these blocks yet - I'll do that as I start to work on each block. This helps space out my scissor cutting so I don't get a sore hand from the repetitive motion.
You can also see how I wrap my bias stems around a cardboard roll so that they hold their shape. I made a lot of 1/4" bias stems but, as you can see, most have already been used. It's time to make enough to get through the last 3 blocks so I don't have to stop and do that later.