Pam’s BAS RR Blocks

I got influenced to insane quilting once again, and I completed the last set of blocks in this round robin. This is the Anything Goes Block where I included the Bullion bumblebee, and a button Path with bullion flower, pearls, shell buttons, and different shapes and sizes crystal and clear beads. The buttonhole block has…

Joyce’s BAS Blocks | Dimity’s Fiber Adventures

This is the Chain stitch block: This block was quite complete, and I wanted to leave enough space for Pam to do something, so I described the goldfish with 2 hairs of metal DMC thread, straight sewed around each scale, and included French knot eyes in the center block, then included a little whimsy with…

Leslie’s BAS Round Robin Blocks

I remain in an insane quilt round robin and lastly completed dealing with Leslie’s blocks. These were beautiful blocks to decorate, and I absolutely unwinded and delighted in the procedure this time. On the chain stitch block, I wove ribbon through a base row, embroidered 2 wavy chains and put woven spider wheels in between,…

Joyce’s BAS RR Blocks – Blanket and Chevron

Joyce’s blocks got here in the mail today, and I began dealing with them right away. Here is an image of her Blanket Block: This block had really a couple of colors in it, so I got the hex color of the blue area I wished to embroider, then utilized the green that is a…

Sparkly Wheels and CQ Wool Christmas Ornaments

Last Thursday was the Ogden Art Group conference, and we made Sparkly Wheel buttons. It was a pattern in Interweave’s Beadwork July 2010 publication, and we had a lot of enjoyable choosing colors. The instructions were simple to follow– even for us beginner beaders– and the outcomes were pleasing. This is the bead I made:…