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Thread: Machine trapunto-as I do

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    B E A U T I F U L !!!!

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    How nice!

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    They are all beautiful :!:

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    Wow! Wow! Wow! These samples are gorgeous. You are very talented.

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    absolutely beautiful!

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    Wow, your samples are beautiful.

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    You do such wonderful work---thank you for sharing

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    Beautiful work. Glad you sent the pictures.

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    Such beautiful work!!! :)

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    Very nice and such a great job! Please post a tutorial on how you did this.

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    Gorgeous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnNan
    your trapunto is stunning. i'm not sure that i understand your instructions, though. is the paper on the front of your quilt, batting and backing?
    Same here.

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    Your work is stunning! I can't wait for the tutorial.

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    I try to show how its made ​​trapunto - as I do.Talk to the pictures!

    Rip the paper...
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    The sandwich(backing, batting, top fabric, and the pattern on a tear-away paper)
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    Pin up together
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    I use an invisible thread(you do not need, a different color pick the pattern...)
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    Sew around the pattern on the line
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    The result of the first step
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    Stippling the selected area with the walking foot
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    And the extra area too...(advisable using quilting frame)
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    Other pieces
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    The back side
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    AWESOME!!!! ok my addy is..... LOL

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    Absolutely stunning!!!!!!

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    WOW!! Those are beautiful!!!!

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    Stunning! will look forward to your instructions.

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    Super and thanks for the photos, looks great

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    Awesome...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qbee
    That is just stunning!!
    Ditto! :o)

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    I understand your instructions. Two questions. What type of batting are you using? Can you do the same on cotton? your material looks like satin.

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    A picture is worth a thousand words!!! Thank you so much. Very impresssive.

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    Thanks for looking!
    I use an original synthetic batting(available in several thicknesses). Try, which is the best for you. Can do the same for other materials, depending on what the intention(bag, wall hanging, pillow...) I used denim, cotton, other colored fabric, with other colored thread! Good job!(This method can be used, when the pattern is quite complicated. In such a case "do not work" the traditional method: cutting the batting).
    Quote Originally Posted by Dkm
    I understand your instructions. Two questions. What type of batting are you using? Can you do the same on cotton? your material looks like satin.

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    Outstanding....I can't wait to see the tut.

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