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All the way from Romania

I am now the VERY proud owner of one of Geta Grama’s fabulous trapunto quilts. It is even more gorgeous in real life. It shimmers in the light because of the organza.

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And a close up…

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I’m still deciding on the perfect place to hang it. I’m thinking the cabinet doors in the sewing area, as I can see them while working and I’ll be able to look it every day. It’s great inspiration and a reminder of friendships around the world that I’ve made as a result of this web site.

Geta has some free quilting designs that you can download on her site. One of them is the pattern she used for the quilt she sent to me. You can purchase her trapunto ebook too. (I have it, it’s excellent.)

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This post was published on August 27th, 2009. Post topics: Free Projects, My Quilting Journey.

3 Responses to “All the way from Romania”

  1. I purchased her ebook and this is on my to do list. They look so beautiful.
    .-= Colleen Bartell’s latest post: Week 7 of Stitchers Angel =-.

  2. patricia arrachea says:

    hOLA que hermoso trabajo de trapunto,podrias decirme si hay un tutorial para aprender a hacerlo?.
    Te felicito porque es un hermoso trabajo.Te agradecere me informes como aprender a hacerlo Saludos Patricia
    patriciaygerardo@hotmail.com

  3. Mishka says:

    Patricia,

    Contact Geta to ask her:

    http://cadouri-din-inima.blogspot.com/

    Cheers,
    Michele

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