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Journal Quilt Explorations - Seminole Piecing Class

Seminole patchwork is a patchwork style developed by the Seminole and Miccosukee Indian women from piecing color strips of fabric in horizontal bands. It was used in garment construction and is now used in quilts--especially to create unique borders. It's a fun and easy way to create intricate designs.

In this class Carol will teach you three basic techniques that will provide the foundation for you to create your own Seminole pattern.

The quilt pictured below used Christmas Fabrics!

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: Should be able to sew an accurate 1/4" seam
Materials Included: Materials needed, but not supplied are:
Requirements: Fabric:
Background -- 1/4 yard of five (5) different harmonious fabrics with light/medium/dark contrast
Backing -- Approximately 12 x 14-inch piece (or use leftovers to piece together)
Binding -- (optional) 1/4 yard of whatever color you choose for 2 1/4" strips
Batting -- 10 x 12-inch

Sewing machine in good working order with manual
*Rotary Cutter
*Mat (There are mats in the classroom as well)
*12-inch or 24-inch Ruler
Thread (Neutral color)
Quarter-inch foot for your machine
*Chalk or fabric marker
Short ruler for marking offsets
Basic Sewing Supplies:
Seam Ripper, etc.

Items listed with an asterisk (*) are available at 10 percent off with Registration
Instructor: Carol Irving
Price is for class instruction only.
Supplies indicated with an asterisk (*) can be purchased for 10% off.

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Included Materials



This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.