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Thread: Quilted bowls

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    Senior Member Geta's Avatar
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    Do you like to make bowls ?

    I wasn't a fan of bowls until I made the first one.
    The possibilities are endless so I didn't resist and I made a few.
    They were a good way to show my love for shadow trapunto and Kaleidoscopes.

    More pictures on my blog, I have there even a tutorial.

    http://www.cadouri-din-inima.blogspot.com/


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    They are beautiful!!! Love all of the fabrics and the way you have embellished them, too :D :D :D

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    Your bowls are wonderful!! You are
    so talented. I think the Iris one is my
    very favorite!!
    :D :D :D

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    Geta, your work is absolutely gorgeous and I am blown away by your talent! I had never heard of, let alone seen "shadow" trapunto before. I'm dying to learn how to do it, but I'm one of those people who needs to take a class or have an actual lesson to learn new techniques and I haven't been able to find a class or even an online tutorial.

    Do any of you other quilters know of any classes? I swear it would be almost worth a plane ticket. Stateside, I mean. Geta, can't quite make it to Romania yet. But one of my favorite docs is from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaigai
    Geta, your work is absolutely gorgeous and I am blown away by your talent! I had never heard of, let alone seen "shadow" trapunto before. I'm dying to learn how to do it, but I'm one of those people who needs to take a class or have an actual lesson to learn new techniques and I haven't been able to find a class or even an online tutorial.

    Do any of you other quilters know of any classes? I swear it would be almost worth a plane ticket. Stateside, I mean. Geta, can't quite make it to Romania yet. But one of my favorite docs is from there.
    Gaigai, you donít have to fly to Romania for a class ! Because I will launch my first shadow trapunto pattern very soon (in a week I hope).
    Meanwhile, you can see the basic of this technique on my blog here:
    http://cadouri-din-inima.blogspot.co...nou-quilt.html

    There are a lot of pictures there.

    I am crazy about this technique !

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    beautiful.... :-)

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    Simply Beautiful!

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    they're beautiful!!

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    Your trapunto creations are beyond description. Thanks, for the tutorial. Maybe one of these days, I'll feel skilled enough to attempt one. They are beautiful!!!!

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