My stitch group had so much fun with the embroidery and embellishment of the blocks from Appliqué Delights. (If you are interested in making your own blocks just like these, click here to find a print-on-demand version of Applique Delights, or click here to find the eBook.)
Here are some close ups of the blocks. Let your imagination run away while planning how to turn your block into a special one.
Denise’s Telephone block used Perle Cotton for the cord and number buttons for the dial.
Gini bedazzled her Honey Bee block.
Judy caught a fish off of Jeffery’s Sail Boat.
Kathy used a variety of embroidery to make her Daisy Chain block special.
Joyce’s Dragonfly antennae are shiny beads.
Linda’s Birdhouse has embroidered roof and flowers.
These are so much fun to see. Thank you for sharing.
These are adorable…thanks for the inspiration!
All are adorable, really like the phone…..I retired from communication industry so this one I should do.
So cute! You can tell that they all had fun making their blocks. Will there be quilts to follow?
There will be one quilt with all of the blocks. But you could certainly use these blocks to make all kinds of quilts…
Do you have the patterns? If so, would like to order patterns.
Indeed I do! These patterns all come from our book, Applique Delights. The original printing is gone, but it is available as a print-on-demad book or as an ebbok. Here are the links: https://www.pieceocake.com/shop/Books–Patterns/Books–DVD/p/Applique-Delights-PrintOnDemand-x33644116.htm
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that would be such a fun group to join.
So adorable good job girls
Sew Cute!!! Thanks for sharing. I have that book and “wool look flannels”. Going to give it a try!!!
I have the book. I knew I didn’t have the skills to do many of the blocks as appliqué, but love to work with wool and embroidery it in the Sue Spargo style. Another project to begin.
If you don’t have the book, it is an amazing reference book. It is a book you will go back to often and dream about making the blocks.