Today I’m sharing a product review of the Accuquilt Ready. Set. GO! Ultimate Fabric Cutting System. While I was recently sent this terrific new product by the folks at Accuquilt, all opinions expressed in this post are my own. And I do love the Accuquilt GO! system for cutting fabrics for quilting. I’ve been using the 2 1/2″ strip cutter included with the package to trim up some of my scraps over the past few days. Using the GO! system helped me make some good progress on my scrap management which is always a good thing.
Hello! I'm Sherri McConnell from A Quilting Life, and with spring just around the corner, now is the perfect time to use your GO! Qube Mix & Match 12" Block Set to make some bright placemats for your table. By using the GO! Qube set this can be an afternoon project!
Hello! It's Sherri from A Quilting Life here to bring you another GO! project. Since spring is definitely around the corner, I thought it would be a great time to use your GO! Qube Mix & Match 12" Block to make a perfect spring table topper.
Hello, it's Sherri from A Quilting Life, and I'm here to share a project I made with the new GO! Qube Mix & Match 12" Block. Today's project is a fun table runner that is super quick to cut out using this finished block set.
Hi! It's Sherri from A Quilting Life here today with a simple LeMoyne Star quilted pillow tutorial. You'll love how quick and easy the LeMoyne Star block goes together with the AccuQuilt GO! LeMoyne Star die.
Hi! It's Sherri from A Quilting Life, and I'm here today to share a fun table topper I made with the AccuQuilt GO! Log Cabin-12" die. I've made lots of log cabin projects using a lot of different techniques before, and I was excited to try the AccuQuilt system for this block. I was really pleased with everything about the log cabin die...it was easy to use and made constructing my log cabin blocks go quickly! I love that these strips are cut at 1 1/2" making them usable for all sorts of other projects, too. You can make up to a 12" log cabin block using this die; however, you can also make smaller blocks by using fewer strips. For today's project I made 9" finished blocks by using all of the strips in the lower section of the die and just the smallest strip in the upper section of the die.