Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Progress of the Memory Block/Details

I usually prefer beading for the seeds of this type SRE flowers. This time I made french knots with DMC rayon floss #30745 to catch more elegant look. I used two plies thread and twisted three times to make french knots..
I used Kreinik Metallic pink for the laizy daisies at the middle seam treatment. At first, I had a trouble to find a needle with a proper hole for this thick metallic thread. Upon some suggestions of my CQ'er buddies I found a proper needle and continued my work.


Ati. Norway. said...

Lovely, the pink flowers!

Kathy said...

Rengin, lovely block. The block is so cheerful looking. Love your assortment of beads and beautiful stitching.

LovetoStitch99 said...

Wow, Rengin, that is so lovely. I just love your work so much and your stitching is always lovely no matter what you do :-)

Pierrette =^..^=

girl_gone_thread_wild said...

Unbelievable... your creations are aweinspiring! Brilliant texture.

Please stop by, there is someone who wants to meet you. xo, Monica :)

Ira said...

love you block. Beautiful stitching and great color combinations

Jacq said...

WOW! Your work is beautiful.

crazyQstitcher said...

I see that the pink flowers I admired are Oyas. Your artisan lady is so clever. I like the natural look you achieved with the pink blossoms, using FKs instead of beads.
I love all of your different seam work and the whole block is marvellous.

Rengin Yazitas said...

Maureen and all,
First off all I would like to thanks you for your all nice words about my work:))
Those new oyas are so nice indeed. I saw them at a book "Oyas since the Ottomans".
I talked to my artisan lady, she created them successfully.
She also made light greens as well.
I like to create new seam treatments, glad you like them:))

Maven said...

Absolutely gorgeous work!

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

Rengin this block is gorgeous. Your beading and stitching is wonderful. Hugs Judy