Seminole Piecing by Gin

Posted by Ruth on 16 June 2014 | 0 Comments


The last time Daphne Greig ran her class Seminole Piecing, Gin Keim had the pleasure of taking it. She made good use of the class, trying as many of the projects as possible to understand the process fully and adding seminole to her own projects too. Today I wanted to share some of Gin's work from the class. As you can see, she had a lot of fun in Daphne's class.

seminole tote

bolster pillow

"I enjoyed investigating all the ways to use Seminole Piecing." - Gin

chevron band

costmetic purse made from chevron band

Gin even put a seminole pieced border around this little Christmas Snowman banner (designed by Anita Eaton).

Snowman Banner

and added seminole strips to her PJs.


Gin's PJs

You can see she had a very creative time in this class.

Seminole Piecing class is coming around again, in fact, it starts this Friday 20th June. I'm sure you'll want to join and make some, if not all of the projects in class. Maybe you will even add seminole piecing to a border of a quilt like I did with this quilt.

My finished "Trinity Celtic Knot"

To find out more about Daphne Greig's Seminole Piecing class visit the Academy of Quilting: Seminole Piecing

quilting classes available at the Academy of Quilting

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