Sunday, April 25, 2010

Seminole Sampler

Well, it's finished. This is a product of an online workshop with a yahoo group I belong to called learningfa (learning fibre arts.) I have mentioned them before. They are a wonderful group (of all women as far as I know) and the workshops are free. The women belonging to the group come from Canada, Ireland, the U.S., Finland, Australia and New Zealand.
I took this photo outside since it shows the truest colours. It was a lot of measuring, cutting, sewing, ironing, cutting, sewing, ironing, measuring again, etc. You get the picture. Not sure on how it will be quilted but I am not worrying about that yet. The top is done. Now I'm off to make a bag or two and maybe bake some banana bread.


  1. BELLISSIMO (wonderful)
    ciao ciao

  2. It's lovely! I have enjoyed a Seminole workshop through Quilt University in the past, too. I cannot confess to completion of the projects as you have done so beautifully.

  3. Wow Dolores that knocked my socks off - SO beautiful and such a LOT of work! I think you definitely owe yourself some banana bread.

  4. Beautiful - I love the colours. Where is the photo of, on your banner - gorgeous building.

  5. This looks stunning! I'm about to undertake some seminole too - for the denim jacket I'm working on. Seminole is fun, but it IS a lot of work.

  6. Oh you have been busy Dolores.
    Love this beautiful Quilt and what a lot of work you have put into it.

    Happy week

  7. Your seminole is gorgeous. Congratulations on getting the top completed.


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