October 24, 2010

ENCRUSTED ANYTHING GOES

The Encrusted “Anything Goes” round robin was a DYB, or Do Your Own Block.  Each participant completes one six inch block for the other participants (see previous DYB posts for further explanation).  The talented ladies participating in this 2010 round robin were:  Rita (Kansas, US), Ritva (Finland), Cathy L (Iowa, US), Wendy (Alabama, US), Gerry K (Washington, US)  and Lisa B (Arizona, US).


CATHY’S BLOCKS


Cathy’s Naked Blocks


Block stitched by Rita

Block stitched by Wendy


Ritva’s block for Cathy

Block by Lisa


Block by Gerry K


Six Blocks, five of which are complete

Here, Cathy pinned them to her large central block.
Won’t this be a cute quilt?



GERRY’S BLOCKS


Gerry’s Naked Blocks
Theme:  Queen of Hearts

Ritva’s Work


Lisa’s block for Gerry

Detail of Lisa’s work

Cathy’s block for Gerry

Rita’s block for Gerry

RITA’S BLOCKS

Rita’s Naked Blocks
Theme: Spring



Block by Wendy

Lisa’s block for Rita

Gerry’s block for Rita

Block by Ritva

Block by Cathy L

Group shot of four out of six complete

LISA’S BLOCKS

Lisa’s Naked Blocks
Theme:  Spring

Block by Cathy

Block by Gerry

Block by Ritva

Block by Rita

Block by Wendy

WENDY’S BLOCKS

Wendy’s Naked Blocks
Theme:  Mardi Gras

Block by Gerry

Block by Lisa

Block by Rita, showing Wendy’s picture!

First three completed blocks together

Block by Ritva

Block by Cathy

Completed blocks

RITVA’S BLOCKS

Ritva’s Naked Blocks
Theme:  Garden

Block by Lisa

Block by Cathy

Block by Rita

First three blocks

Work by Gerry

Ritva’s own work

2 comments:

Wendy said...

You ladies blow me away. The detail, the beautiful stitching, the colours, they are all incredible. Why don't they give out Olympic medals for Crazy Quilting??

Fun With This and That said...

I have been doing qc for awhile I have no training So I think I add too many big beads and charms. I made some I called art cards but lately I finish and put them in a basket and do nothing with them.Sure would be nice for you to check them out.Maybe I could email a picture Laura Q