Thanks tinfriend , I was searching for trapunto designs but could not find any. Love Marie.
Thanks so much
Wonderful TF Many thanks *
Thanks, but I do not know what Trapunto is. Could some explain it for me. I am still pretty new to embroidery
I found the following info for you when I 'Googled' it :
1. Trapunto is another way to add texture and dimension to your quilting. By stuffing or filling an area, 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!
2. Trapunto quilting
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Trapunto quilting (Italian for "to embroider"), also called stuffed technique, is a quilting technique that is quite decorative in that it utilizes at least two layers, which is padded from the underside. This produces a raised surface on the quilt. This style originated in Italy in either the fourteenth century  or the sixteenth century. 
3.In quilting, trapunto is creating raised images or sections of fabric on the surface of the quilt with batting.
Hope that this assists you!
Thank you so much. I will have to try it. Thnkas and *4 you
Thanks so much.
Sandie, thank you!
thankyou so much for sharing this those designs will make a wonderfull quilt
Thanks so much. Just may work on current project I'm trying to do!!
thanks very nice
very cute, thanks !!! *
thanks for sharing
All together 22 quilt blocks to DL - GREAT for a Baby Quilt, I agree!
Flowers for everyone - thanx for all my Flowers too!
This is going to be my NEXT project! ;-)
Thanks ...these are lovely. I just had to brouse through them all! There are free designs in almost every design set throughout the site. Will definately add this one to my favorites!
TU ;D *2U
Wow that would be an E-Z Baby Quilt!!THANX:)
these are great .. thanks for the link
don't forget to go to the next page for the second set of blocks http://embroiderseye.com/bargain_...
thank you.. these are great..
TU ;D *2U
Thanks if you had not mentioned I would have missed them.
Even though I looked through much of the site, I would have missed the second set. Thanks so much!!