Friday Recap with Seminole Quilt

I am currently taking a Seminole Strip Quilting Class, which is great for learning more complex borders.  With a quick Friday Night Sew In, I was able to complete my first section, which is 72″ long.  Next up will be the Harlequin and Zig Zag.  I am using my fabric stash from Gen X Blog Kona Swap – which was perfect to get a great selection of fabrics.

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10 responses to “Friday Recap with Seminole Quilt

  1. Looks like you had a successful FNSI too!

  2. I really like what you did. Glad you were able to get something done for FNSI!!

  3. The border you stitched is impressive! I hope you post photos of the other borders when you try them.

  4. Wow. I can’t imagine tackling such a border.

  5. I’ve yet to do Seminole, looks like a great border. Thanks for the comment on my FNSI too.

  6. Wow! What great piecing in that border…

  7. That looks fantastic, I’ve never seen that design for a border – lots of precision and pins required I expect, will look wonderful.

  8. Hi Angie, thank you so much for stopping by, I don’t know much about quilts, but love what you were able to accomplish! You have a lovely blog~


  9. What a border! Sounds like a useful class.

  10. Nice borders. Pieced borders really add to the beauty of a quilt. Great job!

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