The detail for today features a row of tied Herringbone was worked in DMC pearl 5 thread. At the base of this I stitched some sequins.
At the top of this row is a line of Oyster stitch worked in rayon ribbon floss, which has been topped with a small pearl bead
The other seam embellishment starts with a widely spaced buttonhole stitch. Into the corner of the L is three detached chain stitches worked in DMC pearl 5. Using a finer thread I tucked another detached chain stitch on the outside corner of the L at a 45 degree angle.
At the top of the buttonhole stitches in a finer thread I also worked some detached chain stitches which were finished off with a tiny bead. In a finer thread still, I added two straight stitches.
The round up for this morning includes links to …
Allison Aller has published a wonderful close up of the seam she has worked in response to yesterdays detail.
Lin of Purple Fan has also been stitching with another seam done on her crazy quilt project
Connie of The Scoop, Score and Deal has also worked a seam from day 90
Debbie of Needle Lil More Time to Sew has featured some silk ribbon embroidery on a heart.
Annie has featured needlelace samples she worked for her stumpwork sampler.
Pam Kellogg of Kitty & Me Designs has featured another design for a tree that can be used in crazy quilting.
Katie has published a line drawing of a landscape which can be used as a fabric postcard.
Rissa has published another font suitable for use in embroidery.
With one week to go in this series featuring 100 details in 100 days the detail for today features a cluster of buttons which below them have a row of alternating barred chain worked in DMC pearl 3. A pearl bead has been stitched at the end of the barred chain arms.
Also radiating from the button cluster is a row of Herringbone was worked in DMC pearl 5 thread which I then laced using the same lacing technique that is used in Twisted lattice band. In this case I used a fine rayon knitting ribbon. Pearl beads have also been stitched to the row.
Above the buttons is some lace. The edge of this has been embellished with straight stitch topped with small white seed beads.
Todays round up of those who are currently participating in this series in some way or other includes Marty of Textiles in Time who has used the most delicious mother of pearl pin found in flea market on her latest Cray quilt project.
Debbie of Needle Lil More Time to Sew has also featured a heart that is embellished with vintage buttons and beads.
Barbara of Thinking Out Loud has featured seam embellishments on a fan.
Allison Aller has published an image of her whole block in order to point out the key elements of composition in her block.
Annie Whitsed of Annies Crazy World has featured more stitches from her stumpwork sampler.
Katie of Katie’s New place has published two copyright free designs that can be adapted for embroidery.
Pam Kellogg of Kitty & Me Designs has published a design for a weeping willow which can be embroidered on a a crazy quilted project.
Rissa of Rissas Pieces has featured another alphabet that can be used in embroidery.
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Today, I am featuring another detail on a crazy quilt block which contains a number of seam embellishments in the one area. The first seam runs diagonally across the image on the left is created with two rows of Chevron stitch worked back to back in DMC pearl 5 thread.
The seam is then further embellished with groups of two detached chain stitches worked side by side tucked into the V of the chevron. A bugle bead and a seed bead is stitched between them.
Towards the middle of the detail is Open cretan stitch worked in a silk thread which is the same weight as DMC pearl 5. Using the same thread I tucked detached chain stitches in between the arms of the cretan stitch and added a little black seed bead at the base.
The top diagonal seam embellishment starts with buttonhole stitch. On one side I added three straight stitches with a seed bead stitched at the base. From the top I hung a Japanese Ribbon stitch. I don’t have directions to work this stitch online. It is on my to do list but you can find directions for Ribbon Stitch here.
The final thin row is made up of Palestrina Stitch above some lace which has been embellished with detached chain stitches and beads.
This morning Allison Aller observes that spacing is important when working double rows of stitches.
Annie Whitsed of Annies Crazy World has featured examples of more stitches she used on her stumpwork sampler.
Gail of Big Horn Mountain Creations has focused on how she stitched the letter D on a crazy quilt block.
Rissa of Rissas Pieces has featured another ornamental alphabet which can be used in embroidery.
Debbie of Needle Lil More Time to Sew has featured a tree motif she has stitched on a crazy quilt block
Pam Kellogg of Kitty & Me Designs has published another of free designs and conquered cast on stitch on her latest block.
Katie of Katie’s New place has published a copyright free goldfish stencil.