McCall’s Monday — Feather Quilting, Italian Style

Even though it is not even mentioned in this catalog description from 1936, I think these feathers would also look wonderful on a quilt. I haven’t attempted trapunto quilting, but it’s on my bucket list. Click images to enlarge.

No. 306 – Transfer Design for Quilting. Price 30 cents. With scatter motifs in this graceful feather design, you can trim coats, dresses, bed jackets, negligees and boudoir pillow and bags most attractively. The work is Italian quilting. First stamp the design on cheesecloth and baste it on the wrong side of the material to be quilted, then sew along the lines of the design through both lining and material, and for the stuffed effect pull yarn through the paths thus formed. 8 cross feathers, from 3 1/4″ to 8″ to 6″ x 6 1/4″, 12 single motifs, about 2″ x 5″, 24 fronds and 3 1/2 yards of 4″ banding.

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