100 details for 100 days Day 44

100 details for 100 days Day 44

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This is actually a piece of cheap nylon lace which just sat right on the block so I used it. I did feel however it needed a little more personality so along one side of the lace I worked a row of quarter buttonhole wheels in a thread that is the same size as DMC pearl 5.

Below those is a grouping of three detached chain stitches worked in a silk thread the same weight as DMC pearl 8. Straight stitches in both DMC pearl and a fine metallic thread are then worked.

On the other side of the lace I worked Oyster stitch pointing in towards the lace. On each side of this is a straight stitch and pointing outwards are three more straight stitches. A seed bead was stitched in the middle of each of these.

Renmedema has been stitching up a storm with 8 photos of details added to her flickr site.

Murial too has some lovely details on her flickr site

Lin of Purple Fan has been exploring cretan stitch

Annie Whitsed of Annies Crazy World has featured a ribbon bow on one of her crazy quilt blocks

Julia (aka Ribbonwiz) Camille’s Place has featured using double herringbone in a seam embellishment

Debbie of Needle Lil More Time to Sew has edge a cigarette silk with ribbon rosettes

Pam Kellogg of Kitty & Me Designs is going away for a 5 days and has loaded 5 designs up to see us through her absence

Rissa of Rissas Pieces is having problems with freezer paper in the heat. If you are unsure how stitchers use freezer paper check out her post

On a related note Katie Katies Place has announced that Celeste Chalasani is running a beginners level stumpwork class via StitchingPost yahoo group.

Katie has also posted some designs of fairies for those who are interested.

Thanks to Meggiecat I discovered Mary’s Coloring Book which has many colouring pages that can be easily adapted for stitching.

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

One comment

  1. I love your site and haven’t posted much if at all, but I save a copy of your seam instructions every day and paste it in a little book so I can sit and practice them. I just don’t follow them daily, but love to use it for a guide and ideas. Awesome! thank you so much. You ought to publish a book when you’re through. I’ll bet a lot of us would love to have it in a spiral to follow!
    Linda

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