Samples of Stitched Roses

EAC is preparing a tool for guilds called Presentation in a Box. Part of the tool is a selection of roses worked in a variety of techniques.

If you have a favourite technique or style that you enjoy, please consider lending your talents to this valuable project. The maximum size is 3 x 3 inches so some techniques could be worked up quite quickly (applique and crazy quilting come to mind).

Check out the EAC website for the details about rose display submissions and the list of techniques that are still open for stitching.

3 comments:

  1. Love seeing these examples of the roses already made. 3 X 3 inches is very small - won't take very long to do!

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  2. This is a lovely idea and quite doable.

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  3. Yes, I've done a couple and sent my contributions to Barbara Gilbert.

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