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This quilt won Viewer's Choice at the Oklahoma City Winter Quilt Show. It was pieced by Elinor Rahm and is Marsha McCloskey's "Triple Feathered Star" pattern. Machine quilted by Amy Hunter. These flowers are the background filler - BEAUTIFUL, aren't they? Follow the link to find more close-ups.

Wholecloth Quilt Pattern- one piece of fabric and very thick thread in different colors.

In Italian trapunto means "to embroider," and in Latin it means "to prick with a needle." English and American quilters usually call the technique stuffed work.

Close up of work on green star wholecloth quilt

Sampaguita Quilts: Wholecloth snowflake

The elaborate stitching on wholecloth quilt designs are so smart looking, and we've been inspired by these wholecloth quilts made by Craftsy members that we just had to share. Learn some tips for making wholecloth quilting designs that really pop, whether making them by machine or by hand!

Wholecloth silk quilt using trap unto technique

Wholecloth By April Sproule. Made for my best friend Yvonne, titled "Vonnie's Quilt". Original design.

Wholecloth calamanco quilt Date: ca. 1750, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Wholecloth whitework quilt Date: ca. 1815 Geography: New England, Colchester, Connecticut, United States Culture: American Medium: Cotton Dimensions: 102 3/4 x 103 in. (261 x 261.6 cm) Classification: Textiles Credit Line: Bequest of Flora E. Whiting, 1971