close up, "Crème de la Crème" by Bonnie Keller. All hand quilted using trapunto and stippling. It took 3 years to complete this quilt. Master Award for Traditional Artistry, 2012 IQF - Houston
Whitework Trapunto closeup by Karen McTavish.
1810 whitework wholecloth quilt
Boutis, by Tokitumugi
Boutis quilting The quilt has its roots in the techniques of quilting, embroidery and quilting workshops practiced in Marseilles in the thirteenth century. Hailing from the East, quilted fabrics arrive in Christian West in the Middle Ages through the Crusades. In the fourteenth century, quilting workshops from Sicily have adopted or corded quilting Trapunto, a process of picking and packing made of two layers of fabric Broderie Embouti, Quilts Vests, Sewing, Patchwork Quilts, Trapunto Quilts, Machine Quilts, Quilts Ideas, Beauty Quilts, Boutis
Détail d'un boutis (detail of a quilt)