New Work in Progress
There is another photo I had planned to post but for some reason it didn't want to show its face so I'll have to wait until another time .... a new round robin I'm in. For now the first photo is a possible beginning for my Food Fight block. On the CQ4Newbies there is a new swap up that deals with making a block that represents your favorite receipe (which has to be included when the block is mailed). Well, it has been years since I've been able to do any cooking so I reached back into my files of favorites and decided to make a "Grandma's Punkin Pie" block!
The nekkid block. And below are some tatted pumpkins tee hee ..... they really look weird with the thread tails but those tails will be used to attach the pumpkins to the block ...... I haven't decided where they will go but most of my embellishments are completed. You'll have to wait to see them though.
Here is another piece of tatting that I did using machine embroidery thread in shaded purples. No it is not for my pumpkin pie but will go somewhere on a cq block as a seam treatment.
One sweet lady on one of my groups asked if I would tat her some butterflies to use on her cq blocks .... so I've been experimenting with different sizes of threads. For instance the four varigated butterflies on the left are done with knit-cro sheen and the white one on the left is worked with speed-cro-sheen. All the butterflies in the center were also done with knit-cro sheen. On the right the second from the top has gold beads but they don't show up. The teeny tiny butterfly on the bottom is worked with #70 tatting thread and all the pink ones were done with #20 crochet cotton. All the butterflies except the one with beads were made from the same basic pattern with variations.
We haven't had much snow this winter .... really very little .... so I pulled out an old quilted piece that I did about 12 years ago so I could have a little snow to look at and decided to share it with you .... now I know some of you have had more snow than you really wanted and even though I don't drive in it I still enjoy watching the snow fall and my winter snow scene is the closest I've come for this winter.
Now I promised a pic of Kim's Bible scene with my tatted clouds. For some reason the photo is not very clear. but besides tatted clouds I added a frog on a lily pad and some cattails in the pond as well as some rocks near the rabbit in the lower left corner.
Oops! It is past my bedtime so guess I'll say "nighty-night"!