Sunday, February 21, 2016

CQ Hexie

 
Finished another Hexie block from Kathy Shawkl's class. The flowers is an applique technique called 'broderie perse'. It is a group of flowers cut out and appliqued down then embellished with threads.  The rooster was suppose to be the same but the thread painting took over.  The Cat is a raised technique stuffed with cotton, appliqued to fabric and embroidered. The pink "L" is silk ribbon Monogram. Finished the seam treatments this week.


All nine chickens are laying eggs so we are in overload!!  Last night we had a fruit salad with Raspberry dressing and a Crescent Egg Roll. Delicious..


Baby Quilt is almost ready for the binding. Found some cute ducks, butterflies and bunny for quilting around.

 Thank You for visiting me and love your comments. Looking forward to seeing all the beautiful projects people are working on at    Susan Flemming's Super Mom No Cape, Embroidery and Cross Stitch  on   Monday....http://www.supermomnocape.com
 

5 comments:

Renee said...

Your hexie turned out great! So many fun techniques were used to create it. Your baby quilt is fabulous!

Deb said...

I love the Hexie block, those flowers are beautiful and the rooster is so cute. Nice Stitching.

Sheryl S. said...

Pretty stitching, love your broderie perse flowers.

Angela said...

Nice stitching!

FlashinScissors said...

Your hexie looks fabulous! Love the cat, and the rooster is so sweet too! Wow, your embroidery perse looks great - something I've been meaning to try for some time!
The food looks so tasty - you are making me hungry - must go and eat now!
Great to see the baby quilt progressing!
Pretty tatting in your header!
Gosh you have been busy!
Barbara xx