Chief Seattle Paper Pieced Quilt Block Pattern

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Finished Size: 12" x 12"

The largest city in the state of Washington, Seattle has a reputation for being an oasis for coffee drinkers as well as the birthplace of a number of talented musicians and rock bands. But the inspiration for this block was it's namesake, Chief Seattle who was a strong supporter of ecological responsibility and respect of Native Americans' land rights. Taking our cue from Native American weaving patterns, this double pinwheel block recognizes the tremendous contributions of Native American artists.

  • Designed to be used with the City Blocks quilt, you can mix-and-match this pattern with any 12" finished block to make your own design
  • Downloadable quilt pattern includes a photo of the quilt block, assembly diagram, assembly instructions, and full-size paper foundation piecing patterns
  • Designed by Liz Schwartz & Stephen Seifert
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2 Reviews

  • 4

    Posted by Gill Hurst on Aug 25th 2020

    A great way to perfect your paper piecing and colour combonations

  • 4
    Went better than imagined.

    Posted by Sandi L Stevens on Jul 30th 2020

    This was the first paper pieced block that I have ever tried. I needed help with a tutorial from You Tube, but I was very happy with the results. Some beginner tips like nesting the seams would have been helpful.

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