100 Details in 200 Days


100 Details in 200 Days

Starting June 1, members of this group are committing to stitching 100 seam treatments in 100 days based on Sharon Boggon's original 100 details in 100 days posted on her blog in 2006. Won't you join us?

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Members: 92
Latest Activity: Jun 2

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Where is daily stitch

Started by Cinzia. Last reply by Cinzia Jan 21. 2 Replies

100 Details 2014

Started by Rachel Lane. Last reply by merrilyn Jan 20. 2 Replies

100 Details in 2009?

Started by Sherry. Last reply by sharonb Jan 28, 2009. 3 Replies

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Comment by Mandy Currie on March 3, 2014 at 16:09

Good for you Rachel, I still need to get myself moving, but have been ill and sleeping a lot. As have several projects to work on and nothing, zip, is getting done at the moment, the days fly by in a haze of pain. Impressed you keep going.

Comment by Rachel Lane on February 26, 2014 at 7:18

Detail 15 of 100 (Preview):

I haven't quite finished this detail yet. I was feeling a bit guilty about not posting in so long so I decided to give you guys a preview.

I love paisleys and decided they would make a great seam treatment. I have got so much purple going on here now. I will definitely need to use some other colors in this area to tone it down. I will including a glossy white into the paisley seam next.

Comment by Rachel Lane on February 26, 2014 at 7:09

Detail 14 of 100:

This is just a simple herringbone stitch. I will spruce up the seam a bit more. I want to include some pink in this section.

Comment by Rachel Lane on February 25, 2014 at 8:03

So I finally got my butt in gear and started my details again last night. I will post pictures shortly! For anyone who is following this, sorry for the delay and thank you for your patience!

Comment by Rachel Lane on February 17, 2014 at 19:31

Ok I know I haven't posted in quite a few days. I haven't been lazy. Quite the opposite actually. I have been working on so many other things. I will be posting pictures soon. Check out my blog to see some of what has had me distracted:


Comment by Mandy Currie on February 15, 2014 at 8:15

You go girl. Rachel you are doing so well, your work is really growing. I'm terribly behind, I've been ill for the past few weeks and my hands won't do what they are told, so I'm missing deadlines. You keep it up, you are an inspiration.

Comment by Rachel Lane on February 12, 2014 at 12:36

Detail 12 and 13 of 100:

Here you can see my two next details.

Detail 12 consists of these tiny leaves. I basically looked up a basic leaf stitch on google and this is the one that appealed to me.

Detail 13 has two separate rows of chain stitch. In between the chain stitch are tiny flowers made from sequins and seed beads with fly stitch leaves.

Comment by Rachel Lane on February 12, 2014 at 11:47

Detail 11 of 100:

This flower center is an addition to detail 7. It is a stumpwork embroidery detail I saw here on Susan Elliot's blog:


I was debating different ways of stitching the flower center and as soon I saw this I thought it would be perfect! Now that it is complete, the center looks too big for the petals. I am debating on redoing the petals with ribbon instead.

Comment by Rachel Lane on February 10, 2014 at 9:53

Detail 10 of 100:

This is a small bead treatment I added above the vines.

Comment by Rachel Lane on February 10, 2014 at 8:29

Detail 9 of 100:

This is actually an addition to detail 7. I have whipped the fly stitch vines with green and blue thread.


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