I am sorry about the quality of these photos but I find it so difficult to take photos of white fabric-If someone has some advice for me I would really appreciate it.
OK--the top right hand corner is part of a table napkin that has a scalloped edge and I have done French Knots in the scallops.
To the left of this is a piece of commercial pintucked fabric to which I have added a strip of tatted lace that is held down with Buttonhole stitch in DMC Coton a Broder size 20.
I have slipped a small white Prairie Point under the napkin as well.
Pink French Knots are along the edge to continue the colour theme.
To the right is a corner of a hankie that has been held down with Running stitch and I also added some more Lazy Daisy flowers in the middle.
I worked a Dorset button in DMC Perle 8 in white and pale pink and added it near the point of the hankie plus I also included three very small white buttons above the pink and white Prairie Point which previously was sitting under the point of the hankie but I didn't like it there.
The section where the Broderie Anglaise joins the white cotton is worked in Buttonhole lace stitching.
I will move onto the next block now and come back to this one later when we learn some new techniques.