Here is a picture of what I did:
Debby had used dark colors in the block particularly that beautiful red rose seam treatment! So I took the red and brought it up to the top of the block so it would not look lopsided. I gave Karrin a spider web, as a garden theme would not be complete without one. Every garden has a spider web! The seam treatments that I worked on the block I wanted to make like one of my favorite flowers. I call it the flame flower. I am not quite sure what the real name of it is but it is beautiful! I could not resist making a feather stitch seam treatment. On top of it all the SRE daisy's!
Now here is the kicker for this one. When I went to my monthly N' Stitches meeting Debbie H brought her new Di Van Niekirk book. In this book the author had a SRE flower that used stamen. I saw that and I thought that the technique used would look mighty pretty with these flowers. I read the directions at the meeting and came home and got out my stamen and worked them into the block. These flowers are beautiful! I wish that everyone could see these up close!
I also added the red butterflies and to pull some of the pastel colors down into Debby's corner I took out my new Sassa Lynne threads and made a chain stitch row right underneath the Beautiful red roses.As I received this block late and it did take me a little while to work my contribution into Karrin's lovely block..............