Marjorie Busby

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Bear's Paw Table Runner With a Twist

Nov 15, 2018 9:33:00 AM / by Marjorie Busby posted in GO! Project Tutorials, Bear’s Paw


Welcome to the GO! Bear’s Paw Block on Board® (BOB®). I made a variation of the Bear’s Paw block to use as a table runner. While I used red and white, my thoughts were of falling leaves. The single "paw" unit of the bear's paw looks a lot like a maple leaf. 

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GO! Crazy Quilt Star for the Holidays

Nov 2, 2018 9:00:00 AM / by Marjorie Busby posted in GO! Project Tutorials


Welcome to the  GO! Big Crazy Quilt-10" Finished Block on Board ® (BOB ®). This BOB is crazy fun and easy. Already I have made three crazy quilts with this die—and I love it. The packaging on the die has some great ideas for Crazy Quilt variations. One of the suggestions is to mix the Crazy Quilt blocks with a pieced quilt block. This die makes a finished 10" quilt square. That means it will work with the GO! Qube Mix & Match 10" Block. With that idea, I made the Crazy Quilt blocks and also made some classic Square in a Square Blocks using a set of RJR Sparkle Fat Quarters. The finished quilt is 40" x 40".


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Fun with Mosaic Geometry and the GO! Qube 10" Angles and Corners Companion Sets

Oct 9, 2018 3:00:00 PM / by Marjorie Busby posted in GO! Qube, Corners, Qube Companion Sets, Angles


Hi, it's Marjorie and I'm sharing a quilt I made with the GO! QUBE™ Mix & Match 10" Block, the GO! Qube™ 10" Companion Set-Angles and the GO! Qube™ 10" Companion Set-Corners. Adding the Companion Qubes to the Mix & Match Qube creates a wealth of possibilities for quilts and especially for adding pieced borders. The 72 block brochure for the Qube Angles Companion Set and the 72 block brochure for the Qube Corners Set is the perfect starting point. It only takes a block or two from these pattern brochures to create a beautiful quilt. In this post, I will show you how I used a single block from the companion set - angles for the center blocks and added just the Bow Tie from the Corners Qube with a Flying Geese unit to create the pieced border.

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Whet Your Appetite with Pineapple Quilt Blocks

Oct 4, 2018 1:32:02 PM / by Marjorie Busby posted in pineapple, pineapple quilt block

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The GO! Pineapple Block on Board® (BOB®) die makes piecing a pineapple quilt block a breeze with perfectly cut matching pieces. This tutorial shows how to make this six block wall hanging (or table runner if you like) in a simple two color block scheme. Making this wall hanging is a great first step to get your feet wet with this die by making a few blocks. This will only whet your appetite for making a lot more pineapple blocks and quilts in an infinite number of color schemes. All you have to do is search for images of pineapple quilt blocks on the internet to see the wonderful quilts you can make.

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Share a Modern Look To Create Triangle in a Square Dance Quilt with the 10" GO! Qube™

Sep 25, 2018 9:00:00 AM / by Marjorie Busby posted in GO! Qube, Marjorie Busby

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Hi, I'm Marjorie and I have to say that the more I use the new AccuQuilt GO! Qube™ 10" Mix and Match Companion Sets the more I love them. It is so much fun to see how the blocks go together and the wonderful quilts. In this post, I'll show you how to use a single block and add a two-inch border to create a beautiful fall quilt. These blocks bring a modern look to the traditional quilt block shapes that we all know and love. Turn the blocks in different orientations and you will get even more quilt designs. I warn you, this is addictive!

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A Simple Guide to Four Blocks and a Border with New GO! Qube™ Mix and Match 10" Block

Sep 12, 2018 11:00:00 AM / by Marjorie Busby posted in GO! Project Tutorials, Marjorie Busby

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Hi, It’s Marjorie Busby from  and I'm excited to share how to take a single block using the GO! Qube™ Mix & Match 10" Block and the GO! Qube™ 10" Companion Set–Corners to make a striking 40"x 40" quilt with four blocks and a pieced border. The new AccuQuilt GO! Mix and Match 10" Block is a wonderful addition to any collection because you can easily calculate a quilt size since each block is 10".  The blocks I used are from the 216 Block Brochure located on allows quilters to choose from an infinite number of designs. Turn the blocks in different orientations and make even more quilt designs. Watch out. The endless design options can be addictive!

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