De La Prominade
One of my quilting works in progress is a pattern called De la prominade.Â It is from Quilt Fusion.Â I don’t usually buy a lot of patterns but I loved this one from the moment I saw it.
You trace the pattern pieces – the hundreds of pattern pieces per block – onto fusible web, cut them out, and then assemble them like the picture. When you are satisfied you iron them in place.
Here are the blocks I have done so far:
The center carousel
The top center horses
The bottom center swans
The left side horse
That panel is pieced but not quilted yet. Each panel is layered on a piece of batting and all the pieces are sewn down around all the edges. Later they will all be sewn together and a backing sewn in place. It is much easier to quilt this as you go than trying to maneuver the whole thing.
I’ve been neglecting this one for a while. I have a place picked out to hang it. I even painted the room a soft grey to accent this. The husband doesn’t believe that it will ever be finished. Someday…
WOW! My grandmother quilted and I have two of her quilts. My aunt is an AVID quilter. This is so intricate. Looks extremely difficult.
It is really a lot simpler than it looks. More like collage than sewing until it comes time to quilt it.
Wow! This is so intricate!! I have limited skills with the needle and thread but recently I have attempted some. Watch out for my M post for my newbie effort at a kind of a quilt! I wish such quilt patterns were available here…
Can’t wait to see it!