It's about 2 by 2 meter.
It's called 'Passing the elements'
That is surrounded by nature (the leaves) which we have to defend (the 4 large points).
As you can see, the points provide large area's of space for quilting. I would have loved to fill them with trapunto, but in those days, I didn't know how. So I didn't. And since I was on a deadline, I didn't have the time to try and learn.
Which brings me to my point intended : I still take classes when I can, and the subject of the class - or the teacher- interests me. I mean, I won't be taking beginners classes or so, but more specialised ones. But these are extremely hard to find I think.
Some time ago, a quilter who had been quilting for 2 years and finished a wallhanging, told me she didn't need to take classes anymore because she felt she knew everything. It was one of those times I was too shocked to answer.
By the way, I've been wondering for years if I still could do the trapunto on the finished quilt, or should I leave it as is?