Olga Gonzalez-Angulo created an appliqué masterpiece based on one of Antoni Gaudi's amazing architectural designs in her quilt Gaudi in Barcelona. Every little detail has been meticulously recreated. It is a showstopper. And, since we know Olga is very good friends with Rosa Rojas, we have a sneaking suspicion this quilt just might have been created with Apliquick tools.

Drink in all the details of Gaudi in Barcelona. It was on display at the Houston International Quilt Festival 2019.

You can see the quilt in all it's glory here.

You can learn appliqué from Olga's friend Rosa Rojas in our Applique Masterclass Part 2 and Show 1912: Hand Appliqué Revolution - From Frustration to Perfection.

GaudiinBarcelonabyOlgaGonzalez-Angulo - 35 Pieces Non-Rotating

GaudiinBarcelonabyOlgaGonzalez-Angulo - 96 Pieces Non-Rotating

GaudiinBarcelonabyOlgaGonzalez-Angulo - 299 Pieces Non-Rotating

GaudiinBarcelonabyOlgaGonzalez-Angulo - 35 Pieces Rotating

GaudiinBarcelonabyOlgaGonzalez-Angulo - 96 Pieces Rotating

GaudiinBarcelonabyOlgaGonzalez-Angulo - 299 Pieces Rotating

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