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Thread: Machine trapunto-as I do

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    Senior Member tothenci's Avatar
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    Here is my "trapunto". It is a simple version.
    I do not use Water Soluable thread, but I use vinyl thread (or original thread), just sew around the sample (on a thin paper!), and rip the paper.
    Then I stipling the extra area. I called it a false trapunto.I have o lot of "trapunto" sample.
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    That is just stunning!!

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    That is beautiful! What are you using for batting?

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    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?

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    Would you consider creating a tutorial?

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    Beautiful work.

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    nery nice. I love the way it turned out, I may have to try your method

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    Anyone who can quilt satin can quilt ANYTHING-GORGEOUS!!

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    Wonderful! Please DO post a tutorial for your method. I's like to learn it a lot!

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    I will shortly present a simple instructions

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    I will shortly present a simple instructions as a tutorial with photos.
    My English isn't well...

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    Oh how fun.....I can't wait to see your instructions and thank you!!! Don't worry about your English....it's totally fine!!

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    Beautiful!!!

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    At the bottom a simple fabrik of the background, so it follows the thick batting, and the top of fabric. The sample is on the thin paper, I pin these together, then I quilt around the sample on the paper(so no creased!), and I rip off the paper...I hope you understand...I create one by one blocks, then assemble these pieces. I use "one line sample", so easy work!



    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?

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    Stunning!! and Elegant!!

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    Thank you for telling us how to do this. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhunt1717
    Would you consider creating a tutorial?
    Oh, Yes ~~~ yes please do. It is stunning work. :shock:

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    Very beautiful... VERY

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    WOW

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    Very nice work. Thanks for the tip.

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    Really simple, try it!
    Quote Originally Posted by KathyAire
    Very nice work. Thanks for the tip.

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    Gorgeous!!

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    Wow, it is really stunning.

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    This is beautiful!!!

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    Wow - could you post us pictures and step by step instructions! Did you use a satin material on top? Your work is outstanding. :}

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