Cut It Up with 5 Easy Quilt Patterns

Mar 21, 2017 8:00:00 AM / by AccuQuilt

Busting up a quilting fabric stash can be one of the most exhilarating tasks for a quilter. The sewing room is refreshed, there's more room for new fabric and all for the sake of new projects you can share. Using up your scraps doesn't have to mean creating scrappy projects−though there is nothing wrong with a good scrappy pattern. Check out this fun video featuring the GO! Orange Peel-4 1/2" die and look over the 5 patterns that can use up your stash!


Zest for Life!


Download the GO! Orange Peel Zest Quilt Pattern (PQ10499) or give it a test run using GO! Quilt for free!


Colorful Pencil Party

Calling all teachers, writer’s, crafters, and anyone obsessed with adult color books. This GO! Qube 8-in. Pencil Me in Wall Hanging is perfect for adding personality to your favorite room.  



To make this 42.5 x 12.5-inch quilted wall hanging, you’ll need:


Totally Cute Tote

Make this whimsical GO! Daisy’s Tote so you have a sweet place to stash summer essentials. Your GO! Baby Cutter makes cutting fabric for this darling daisy tote, that was designed by Heidi Pridemore, a snap.



For this 18 x 15 quilted tote project, you’ll need:


Set a Place at the Table for Style

Add some sass to your dinner table with these GO! Qube One Block Place Mats. This easy quilted place mat pattern is a breeze to make and is a great hostess gift.



To make these 18 1/2 x 12 1/2-in. GO! Qube One Block Place Mats, you only need:


Beach Bags to Welcome Summer Fun

This super cute GO! Qube 8-in. Something’s Fishy Beach Bag offers room for beach towels, sun block, and all the summer essentials. Your GO! Baby Cutter makes cutting fabric for this quilted beach bag a cool breeze.



For this 16 1/2 x 23-in. quilted beach bag project, you’ll need:


Create the Perfect Storm

Perfectly cut triangles and squares bring the waves in this GO! Qube 6-in. Storm at Sea Throw Quilt alive. The pieces in this quilt are a breeze to cut with your GO! Baby Cutter and it’s easy to put together, too.



For this 50 x 50-in. quilt project, you need:



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