Echo Quilting

Example of echo quilting. Example of echo quilting.

Echo quilting is a style of work, either carried out by hand or machine, in which the stitching follows one or more specific (appliqué) patterns. The quilting lines are running along and parallel to the outline of the patterns, like the ripples or an echo of the shape. This form of work is often used for Hawaiian quilts

Digital source of illustration (retrieved 8th July 2016).


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