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Seminole Sampler Month 10 posted: 12/8/2003
by Barbara Siedlecki Printable Page
Category: Pieced Level: Easy Series: Seminole Sampler
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General Directions for the Seminole Sampler
Strip #10
This is a fun and easy strip that consists of two different sets alternated in the strip.
Seminole Strips # of Strips Width to Cut Strips
Light 3 1"
Light 2 1-1/2"
Medium 2 1"
Dark 1 1"
Bridging Strips # of Strips Width to Cut Strips
Dark 2 1" x 24-1/2"

Sew into two sets as shown below. Press each strip up. and cut into 1" sections.

Turn every other section 180 so that the seams are in opposite directions. This way they will nest together as you sew the sections together. Piece together as shown below, first into pairs and then into fours, into eights and so on.

Bridging Strips:

Using a 1/4" seam, add a bridging strip to the top and the bottom of the Seminole Strip.


This can also be very effective in just two colors.

1998-2003 Barbara M. Siedlecki
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Every effort has been made to insure that the contents of the pattern are accurate. However, we cannot be responsible for human error, printing or typographical mistakes or variations in individual workmanship. This pattern is protected by copyright and may not be reproduced in any form without the written consent of CABIN FEVER CRAFTS

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Category: Pieced

Author: Barbara Siedlecki
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