Saturday, February 28, 2009

My 2009 ArtBra Block finished

As you know, I was working on a special project for the Women Wellness, I finished it today. I would like to explain a little bit more about the block once again. Each year we make individual blocks that will be assembled into a wall-hanging quilt and donated to a breast cancer center. We want to inspire women by the message of caring and support represented in the wall hangings. I just wanted to share my completed block for this years wall-hanging, with the "Rose" theme. It is ready for its long journey to go to the USA to get assembled with the other wonderful blocks. When the quilt is finished it will be donated to a women's cancer center for display.


Is it possible to think a CQ block created by me without any oya?


I used locally produced variegated ribbons to create web roses. I used Ribbonsmyth's undyed ribbon for the white web rose. I did chain stitches to cover the asseble lines, afterwords I did seam treatments.



19 comments:

Patricia said...

Rengin the block is beautiful. and no, I can't picture one of your blocks without oya. I really enjoy my visits here.
Pat
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Marilyn said...

Oh Rengin, your needle artistry is breath-taking! Thank you so much for sharing with me!
Love, Marilyn

Cheryl said...

As always, I am totally in awe of your ability to compose such cohesive pieces with impeccable embroidery. And how wonderful that it is going to such a worthy cause!

Marilyn said...

I know I have already posted but I must just say again :Rengin this is just so beautiful. To think of the people that will benefit from the display is a wonderfull thing. Marilyn

Rengin can you tell me what oya is please?

Terry said...

This is so pretty and beautiful I love it, and for such a worthy cause

Karrin Hurd said...

Lovely work Rengin!

susanc said...

Your work is absolutely gorgeous! I love the rose you painted in the center - that is really the icing on the cake! And it's going for such a worthy cause to boot. Well done.

Ati. Norway. said...

The block is beautiful Rengin and the oyas are great too!
Did you paint the rose in the middle?

Nicki Lee said...

Rengin, I think of you always and all your beautiful creations be it with a needle or a paint brush. I never get tired of looking at your gorgeous work. I love how you used the oyas -this block is so special and pretty.

Ira said...

Rengin
You block is great I love you roses.

Rengin Yazitas said...

Thanks to all my visitors...
I always enjoy having company and I appreciate all your sweet comments...
Thank you so much for your lovely words about my last project with "Rose" theme, I hope I'll be able to create new things on the coming spring days to share new eye-candies.
Much Love.....

Wendy said...

Rengin, your block is absolutely stunning! Did you paint the rose in the center? It is so pretty. I love your work. I like the encrusted look of your blocks.

Gail said...

Oh my goodness, Rengin, this is such beautiful work. Just gorgeous.

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

Hello Rengin, Your rose block is truly beautiful. Every stitch is a work of art. I love the Oya you added. Is that one seam a tatted lace seam??? Hugs Judy

Kathy said...

Rengin, truly a work of art and for such a worthy cause. Your desgins are always gorgeous. It's the passion you express in your creations.

Millie said...

I just noticed you left a comment on my craft blog. Thanks for visiting. Your ribbon embroidery is so lovely!

FredaB said...

Rengin your block is just beautiful. You are as talented at painting as you are with the needle. The rose is just fabulous. This is going to be such a beautiful quilt. You girls should all be so proud of what you contribute.

Hugs

FredaB

crazyladybeads said...

Rengin I love how you show cased the progression of your beautiful rose block.

Rays of Stitches said...

Rengin,

You do amazing work. Very beautiful. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving kind words. My daughter had a very enjoyable vacation in Turkey last Spring. My husband is from the area where Bridges of Madison County was filmed, well known for the covered bridges. We share a love for crazy quilting-I'm hooked also! Happy Stitching, Barb