I received an email asking if there was an easy way to print out the details. If you go to the category in other words 100 details for 100 days in this blog all posts marked that will run one after each other. Simply print them and file them.
Todays detail is another which is worked in Silk ribbon Embroidery. This form of embroidery is very easy to work and looks spectacular.
Most of the stitches in this detail are regular embroidery stitches. The roses are made using Woven Spiders Wheel. It is done the same only worked in 7 mm silk ribbon. The trick with using ribbon is to keep the ribbon loose as you work.
For those who are a bit fearful of this type of embroidery or if it is simply not to your taste there is a simple seam embellishment which consists of a row of Fly Stitches worked in a silk thread the same weight as DMC Pearl 8. This is topped off with a detached chain but you could use a French knots seed beads or a novelty beads here.
OK settle back with a cuppa as here goes the weekly round up of people who have posted details of their work or have been participating in some way this week.
Rissa of Rissas Pieces joined the challenge this week and has been posting useful tips not only for crazy quilters but good tips and tricks for any one interested in hand embroidery.
Pam Kellogg of Kitty & Me Designs has generously posted some great charted designs for motifs. Don’t miss these they are great.
Annie Whitsed of Annies Crazy World has also been posting details of her crazy quilting projects all week.
Pat Winter of Gatherings has joined in and posted details to her blog early in the week.
Julia (aka Ribbonwiz) Camille’s Place has also been posting details of her work. Yesterday she posted a beautiful letter J worked in Silk Ribbon Embroidery. She used the Press and seal method to transfer the design to the block which Julia has generously provided a tutorial on how to do.
Many stitchers are interpreting the details and using them on their own blocks in a sort of free form stitch along adapting them to their needs. Allison Aller has regularly come up with interesting interpretations.
Hideko Ishida does wonderful delicate work and has embarked on some Silk Ribbon Embroidery
Karen South of Karen South’s Crazy Quilting World has posted some details of a block she is working on
Jocelyn of Pins and Needles has been stitching along
Other people have just started the challenge and are picking up the stitches. Lin of Purple Fan is new to blogging too so pop over and welcome her.
Charlene of When This You See, Remember Me is a new hand to crazy quilting and has progressed with another 3 seam embellishments.
Rian of Rians pages also posted last Sunday
Susan of Plays with needles has been challenged by bullions
Barbara of Thinking Out Loud has added an update of the seam embellishments she has been working on.
Bonnie of Dakini Dreams has finished a block.
For anyone just swinging by this series of posts are listed under 100 details for 100 days in this blog. Over on Flickr it is associated with the Crazyquilting Group and photos are tagged 100detailsin100days