Seminole patchwork is simple strip sewing and then cutting at a funny angle to give you some interesting shapes; most rulers have the 60 degree on them, so using your existing equpment shouldn’t be a problem.
Of course if you already have the 60 degree Diamond that is also an option.
You do need to be consistant with your sewing and take care when pressing as the edges can be a little stretchy.
As Jennie mentions we have done this style of workshop before: both in her Blazing Star block of the month series where Val gets to show off her jacket, and on the Ipad cover.
Click here for row 4 – Delectable Mountains Row of Jennie’s Stripy Stripey Story Quilt.
Delectable mountains made quickly and easily with the help of rotary cutting. The triangle ruler is an option since the unit to create is a half-square triangle (it does however give you accuracy right from the start) and Jennie says is saves you fabric in the long run!
The mountains need to be m...
Jennie reminds us that this quilt is Fat quarter friendly. So there are no excuses about not being able to use up your stash!
Jennie uses the Companion Angle and the Tri-Recs set of rotary cutting templates. These allow you to cut out your fabric quickly, easily and accurately with the rotary cut...
In this row Jennie uses a selection of fabrics for the trees and trunks – but again from Fat 1’4’s. This deep dark forest uses the Tri-Recs ruler which makes cutting fast and accurate. Jennie shows you how to cut one at a time, but you could use the rotary cutter to its potential by cutting lots ...