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    Trapunto


    Trapunto

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    smocking! What a cool detail for Tunic Backs!

    WORTHWHILE: ARTS & SCIENCE SPRING / SUMMER 2012 (PART ONE)

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    Canadian triangular pattern smocking - What an interesting gather! Saving this one for some future costumes!

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    Modern Smocking Lozenge Pattern | DIY

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    Polonaise | reclaimed silk, hand stitched and stuffed with wool | Ruth Singer

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    This Just In: Isabel Marant

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    Trapunto detail

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    http://www.fashion2her.com/category/quilted-vest/ 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

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    Detail of Tristan trapunto quilt c1360-1400AD - V

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    more trapunto

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    Victoria & Albert Museum. Detail tristan trapunto quilt circa 1360-1400 a.d.

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    broderie emboutie

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    Trapunto - How To Video

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    Trapunto

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    Trapunto

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    French Boutis turtle - similar to trapunto

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    Trapunto

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    Trapunto Butterfly

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    Trapunto

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    Trapunto - Elephant

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    Trapunto - How To Video

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    Trapunto

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    Trapunto is another way to add texture and dimension to your quilting. By stuffing or filling an area added to the back of the quilting fabric, then quilting it, a raised surface, or relief, is formed that gives shape to stems, leaves, and other motifs. It’s a very elegant look!

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    Trapunto Pillows

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    Hand quilted (Trapunto) project by STORY QUILT

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