Two weeks ago I introduced one of my latest quilting fascinations – Seminole piecing. This week I’d like to share pictures from the class I taught on this technique at the Wisconsin Museum of Quilts and Fiber Arts in June. I made kits for the students, so they could focus on the piecing techniques. They did a great job and everyone went home with samples of 5 different border patterns to refer back to when they’re ready to add some extra excitement to their quilts.
I will be teaching this workshop at the Madison Quilt Expo in September – kits and all, and I’m hoping it will be a hit! If you’d like to sign up go to: https://store.wiquiltexpo.com/collections/sit-sews.
I will also be teaching half day workshops on a class I call “Where Do I Start With Fiber Art” (formerly “Parallelisms”). It is based on my book of the same name. To register for that class please go to: https://store.wiquiltexpo.com/collections/hands-on-workshops.
A few days after the Seminole class in Cedarburg, Beth sent me this picture of the project she bordered with the Seminole braid pattern she’d learned in the workshop:
She used a striped fabric in the braid and I think it’s spectacular. Beth said that each length of striped fabric only made 8 units so the braid changed looks every so often. I can’t wait to try striped fabric in my Seminole borders. Thanks Beth!
Tomi was in the class too and she brought along a trio of Seminole dolls she was given by her grandfather.
She had some fascinating information about these dolls. Next week I’ll share their story and how I acquired my own Seminole doll!
Have you used Seminole piecing in your quilts? Do you have any pictures you’d like to share? Please email them to me at email@example.com.