Wow this is amazing...thanks for the details how it was done!
True Traditional Trapunto requires slicing the back of the quilt and pushing stuffing into the design to get the puffed-out look, then sewing it closed again. Its just amazing what tools people think up (water-soluble thread!)!
Very nice. Did you like the process? Would you make another one?
Sewexcitedquilts I would probably make another one. I love the overall effect of Trapunto. I haven't done much free-motion quilting so find that a bit of a challenge (I get too tense). The idea of doing a large quilt would be a bit daunting, but if you take frequent breaks, and of course, with practice, it wouldn't be too bad. I would definitely start with stippling where perfection doesn't count as much (you see my thread matches the background color) before moving to some of these STUNNING machine quilted pieces I've see. Would love to make one of those, but I expect I'll have to be content just marveling over them.