Here are pictures of the finished house. You can probably see that the roof became a little distorted, but overall the pieces did fit together quite well.
Someone is sure to ask, "what is it FOR?" It is for nothing. It is for experience and for fun. It was my own little challenge. I have always maintained that problem-solving is the most creative approach to art. Give yourself a problem, then figure out how to solve it. It makes your brain work. It challenges your creativity and exercises it.
One of the problems with working in fabric is that we mostly tend to commit to a piece and then feel obligated to follow through with it. We have invested money in fabric and it seems such a shame to throw good fabric away. Unlike a painting, that can be painted over, it is harder to wipe out part of a fabric piece and redo it, so we just keep going. Then the investment in time and materials is such that we feel obligated to show it or sell it. I think it is important to be able to experiment and "play" and accept those pieces as learning pieces and not necessarily ready for prime time. I learned quite a lot from this little house that will be useful.
P.S. The little house is 10" tall and 8" side to side.