Wednesday, 4 July 2018

WIPW - Melted Vanilla Ice Cream

Work In Progress Wednesday consists of melted vanilla ice cream for my next

Crazy for Crazy
block.

I have use seven pieces of fabric of very similar tone. It really looks like the ice cream has melted into a mess! Even a piece of ric-rac, for the embellishment, is in cream, rather than lavender.

 In my stash of thread I found more purple than I had expected. I guess it will be cooked into a compote of lavender, plum and all sorts of berries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries....

Will this be the elegant dessert turned into a fiasco? Well, let's hope it will be delicious nevertheless!

20 comments:

  1. The vanilla looks very pretty and the purples will be a gorgeous additions.

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    1. I think it will be a good combination.

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  2. L love boysenberry flavoured ice cream.

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    1. I had to google this berry to see. Yes, I am sure it would be delightful with ice cream, or made into summer pudding.

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    1. I love he colours so will enjoy the embellishment.

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    1. Thanks, I will enjoy stitching with the purple thread.

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  5. Ice cream, mmm just right for the weather we are having just now [UK]

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    1. Ice cream melts in no time in Tokyo, too!

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  6. Oh waht a lovely range of threads!

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  7. Beautiful and interesting choice of fabrics, Queenie.
    This is going to be a delicious desert.

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    1. I had just enough fabric to make the block, but plenty of thread to choose from!

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  8. What a lovely block already! I look forward to seeing you beautiful embellishments.

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    1. I enjoy working on this one, Chevron Stitch, Buttonhole Bar, Detached Twisted Chain...

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  9. This is a pretty colour combo!

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