Finally, I got inspired to crazy quilt again, and I finished the last set of blocks in this round robin. I do hope Pam will like them.
This is the Anything Goes Block where I added the Bullion bumblebee, and a button Trail with bullion flower, pearls, shell buttons, and various sizes and shapes clear and crystal beads
The buttonhole block has up and down buttonhole stitched with 2 strands of Splendor 100% silk # S1044 – my new favorite embroidery thread, and a buttonhole cat outline sewn with 2 strands DMC cotton:
The chevron block has an S shape design in chevron stitch DMC size 8 #741 with the edge beaded in 1101-72 Glass 2 cut silver lined beads. French knots 2 strands Splendor 100% silk 2 wraps S952 along the bottom right sleeve embroidery:
The Cretan block has alternating height Cretan stitch black DMC Size 8. Then I added a Paisley braided chain stitch DMC Size 8 #320, Stem Stitch DMC Size 8 #3326, copper beads around the paisley, and a copper butterfly:
The Detached Chain Stitch Block has an Indian mirror bead, straight stitch, French Knots – 3 wraps, detached chain stitch with DMC size 8 # 310:
The feather stitch block has a feather stitch with trellis in each fork – half hitches on each leg. DMC Size 5 #4210 variegated:
The Herringbone block has mirrored herringbone stitch in Splendor 2 strands 100% silk, glass Beads Darice Size 6 1106-07 Gold and straight Stitch DMC size 8 #320:
The Outline block has an outline curve with Delica Size 11 DB0906 Spkl Purple Lined Crystal, and some butterflies were added made with Metallic Wooly Nylon M309, DMC Floss 3 strand bullion body, 3 strand French Knots for the head, and 2 strand for the antenna, back stitch antenna:
Last but not least, the Straight stitch block has an applique heart with a beaded and sequined fan shape in the right corner, and chain stitch curves on the left side with detached chain stitch, and French knots. The ribbon is back stitch, and so is the bottom design, with some more French knots. Couched a metallic cord around the applique. Kathy S had some heart designs on her blog, and she kindly shared with all of us. I made the fan out of beads instead of embroidery.