Quiltistry

The artistry of quilting on display in New Ulm

Qilts hanging from a line outside Sewing Seeds Quilt Company.
The Thimble Box Owner Brenda Seidel demonstrates a technique called English Paper Piecing which sews cloth around card stock to make regular shapes.
These quilts were on display at the Kiesling House, hung on the wooden fence between it and Wells Fargo Bank.
This quilt was one of many hung on the fence next to the historic Kiesling House.
Owner of Spinning Spools Quilt Shop Val Besser stands next to a display that explains the triangle trimmer which is used to make triangular shapes of fabric.
Visitors to Schonlau Park and The Glockenspiel were treated to a variety of quilts strung on lines between trees bordering the park.
Hermann the German stands victorious over a row of quilts displayed on the fence surrounding the iconic bronze statue.

The bi-annual Quiltistry event for quilting enthusiasts hosted displays and demonstrations at historic sites across New Ulm. Below: The Thimble Box Owner Brenda Seidel demonstrates a technique called English Paper Piecing which sews cloth around card stock to make regular shapes.

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