For the next Build a Seam (BAS) Challenge, I have chosen the Rambler Rose. From the references I have been able to find, this appears to be an old stitch - I cannot find any current tutorials for it so I am including one here. I apologize for the gold metallic on white - it makes it difficult to see but it is my current project so there you have it - killing two birds with one stone again.
Begin by making three or four loose straight stitches for the center of the rose.
Work your way around and around the center, using outline stitch. Make the stitches closer to the center loose so the work will stand up, then draw stitches tighter as you work you way toward the outside edge of the rose.
These are the roses you end up with. Mine are far from perfect since this is a first attempt at them but I think I will be using them again. It's always nice to add another way of doing roses!