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4.Border Designsare made up of repeated patterns of motif complimenting themaindesign. This type calls for a special planning to balance the design.KINDS OF QUILTING1. PADDED QUILTINGIt is also known as English quilting in which onlyspecified sections of the stitch design are padded, togive the design the physical qualities of the length,breadth or thickness. It is best to use plain colorfabrics. The design best suited to this type of quiltingincludes motifs and curved geometrics composed ofmany tiny sections. If you want to experiment onmodern style instead of padded quilting, use a printedfabric, with a distinct motif composed of small curvedareas.
HOME ECONOMICS -NEEDLE CRAFT LEARNER’S MATERIAL FOR GRADE9148K to 12Technology and Livelihood Education2. CORDED QUILTINGIt is a type of quilting in which linear designsare raised from the background with a cord or yarnfiller. This kind of quilting is often combined with thepadded quilting to accentuate both the lines andshapes of the design. There are two ways ofachieving the raised look. The most common methodis to stitch the design in two lines through the layers ofthe fabric. The passages are threaded with yarn orother rope-like-fillers. The second method involvesonly one layer of fabric. The cord is laid under thefabric and stitched in place at the same time.3. TRAPUNTO OR STUFFED QUILTINGThis type of quilting is distinguished by the toplayer of the quilt or wall hanging is lined and selectedareas are outlined with running stitch. Stuffing ispushed into these areas from the back to emphasizethem and make them stand out more distinctly.Tranpunto can be fused successfully with other formsof quilting. It is very effective with a closely quiltedbackground, or with linear details added in Italianquilting.4. SHADOW QUILTINGIt is a semi-transparent or transparent cloth isused for the top layer and a fabric with a patcheddesign, for the underneath layer. Colored wool is usedto stuff between layers. Threads are sewn underneatharound the patched design to give a more embossedeffect. He embossed effect can be achieved by usingshapes of different thickness and combining them withappliqué and other types of stitches. Combiningdifferent types of colors and designs produces a moreartistic effect.lts/Shadows/Shadow2.jpg
HOME ECONOMICS -NEEDLE CRAFT LEARNER’S MATERIAL FOR GRADE9149K to 12Technology and Livelihood Education5. SASHIKOIt is a form of quilting which originated in Japan asa plain running stitch made to strengthen or repair afabric , padded or unpadded. The fabric is put to a varietyof uses, notably in fireman’s clothing (which is dousedwith water before fire fighting) and in clothing andhousehold furnishings. The stitches are longer thannormal quilting stitches and are done using a threadwhich contrasts with the cloth, black or white, or white ona blue or red background, and vice versa, which coloursare popular among the Japanese.

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Entrepreneurship, Packaging and labeling, livelihood education

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