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Bee a Rainbow 'Bee-Treat'

by Renee Leon
(Belton, Missouri USA)

Machine trapunto with three dimensional flowers, machine quilting<br /><br />Click on each thumbnail below for a larger image<br /><br />

Machine trapunto with three dimensional flowers, machine quilting

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Machine trapunto with three dimensional flowers, machine quilting<br /><br />Click on each thumbnail below for a larger image<br /><br />
Detail, the fabric on top is a sample of the fabric used for the shadow trapunto<br /><br />Click on each thumbnail below for a larger image<br /><br />
Detail, the fabric on top is a sample of the fabric used for the shadow trapunto<br /><br />Click on each thumbnail below for a larger image<br /><br />
Closeup, the fabric on top is sandwiched between the batting and quilt top to create the delicate color of the flowers, leaves and vase <br /><br />Click on each thumbnail below for a larger image<br /><br />

On the third Monday of every month (weather permitting), from 1 to 3 p.m., I'm offering a "once a month", beginning to intermediate, mostly hand work, sit down quilting bee-type retreat.

Learn trapunto, wonderful hand made flowers and many other hand/machine work techniques (flowers can be the icing on the cake for certain long-arm masterpieces).

Bring a 100% cotton background fabric, size 24" by 24" or larger (usually white or very light), and if you want to create applique flowers, bring your scrap bag full of bright, fine, 100% cotton, color fabrics.

Don't forget your sewing basket with thread, scissors, thimble, etc. Space is very limited, so e-mail early for reservations (first come, first served).

Contact Renee Leon at e-mail:
reneeleon@ymail.com

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Mar 13, 2012
Charity Quilt to find a cure for ALS
by: Anonymous

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150733143697238&set=a.10150568414997238.439895.150913912237&type=1&theater

Lady DeLeon of Belton, MO donated this magnificent and breathtaking quilt to the Hopes and Dreams Quilt Challenge for ALS sponsored by Quilters Dream Batting.

The name of this quilt is fun and creative, “Sea the Hope; Sea the Dream; See a Cure.”

Ms. DeLeon is a talented quilter as well as a brilliant author of “Rainbow Trapunto and Boutis.” Lady won the “Sew Creative” Theme Category last year and is hoping to win this years. Thank you for this awesome gift Lady DeLeon.

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